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Literary Nonfiction. Caroline Picard's lyrical essay, THE STRANGERS AMONG US is a beautifully written exploration into the human obsession with cats and cat-like behavior. Picard makes use of philosophy, art criticism, YouTube videos, and James Joyce's Ulyssess to reason through, not only the popular culture fascination with our feline companions, but her personal relationship with own her cats. Part philosophical exploration, part touching memoir, all head and heart, THE STRANGERS AMONG US is a must for animal lovers, artists, and book lovers alike.
Number of Pages: 60
Genre: Literary Criticism, Pets, Nature
Publisher: Small Pr Distribution
Author: Caroline Picard
Street Date: June 5, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-50-5976