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Why Look at Animals?

Writer
John Berger
Price
$11.00
Date
2009
Publisher
Penguin Random House
Format
Literary
ISBN
9780141043975
Size
11 × 18 cm
Length
112 pp
Genre
Arts Writing, Criticism, Theory
Description

John Berger broke new ground with his penetrating writings on life, art and how we see the world around us. Here he explores how the ancient relationship between man and nature has been broken in the modern consumer age, with the animals that used to be at the centre of our existence now marginalized and reduced to spectacle.

Republished in the Penguin Great Ideas Series.

Softcover, b/w.

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