Human-Animal Interactions in the Eighteenth Century: From Pests and Predators to Pets, Poems and Philosophy

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How did humans respond to the eighteenth-century discovery of countless new species of animals? This book explores the gamut of human-animal interactions: from love to cultural identifications, moral reflections, philosophical debates, classification systems, mechanical copies, insults and literary creativity.

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