Animal century: a celebration of changing attitudes to animals

Charlbury, Oxfordshire: J. Carpenter (1998)
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Animal Century records some of the most important events and influences behind this often overlooked element of our social history, paying tribute to the courage and endurance that has helped to create a groundswell of public sympathy for our fellow creatures in many countries of the world. Mark Gold's moving and thought-provoking account includes in-depth previously unpublished interviews with many key players - including Maneka Gandhi, Jane Goodall, Celia Hammond, Virginia McKenna and Peter Singer - and celebrates the compassion of countless others who have worked bravely and tirelessly to protect animals.



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