Stories rabbits tell is exactly what the title promises a natural and cultural history of a misunderstood creature when i ordered this book i was not expecting it to be as comprehensive as it is and i was quite pleased this book traces the history of the rabbit as a pet food source literary symbol and sadly as a misunderstood and all . I loved the comprehensive information on the natural and cultural history of rabbits and its not just for rabbit lovers as a biologist i found it fascinating anyone who is interested in the natural and cultural history of animals in general should read this book as a house rabbit owner th. Indeed the rabbit is the only animal that our culture adores as a pet idolizes as a storybook hero and slaughters for commercial purposes stories rabbits tell takes a comprehensive look at the rabbit as a wild animal ancient symbol pop culture icon commercial product and domesticated pet. Stories rabbits tell a natural and cultural history of a misunderstood creature susan e davis and margo demello revered as a symbol of fertility sexuality purity and childhood beloved as a childrens pet and widely represented in the myths art and collectibles of almost every culture the rabbit is one of the most popular animals known to humans
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