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The place of animals in human thought, by the Countess Evelyn Martinengo Cesaresco ...

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Author/Creator:
Martinengo-Cesaresco, Evelyn Lilian Hazeldine Carrington, contessa, 1852-1931.
Publication:
New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1909.
Format/Description:
Book
376 p. front., plates. 23 cm.
Subjects:
Animals -- Folklore.
Animal welfare.
Religions.
Contents:
Preface.
I. Soul-wandering as it concerns animals.
II. The Greek conception of animals.
III. Animals at Rome.
IV. Plutarch the humane.
V. Man and his brother.
VI. The faith of Iran.
VII. Zoroastrian zoology.
VIII. A religion of ruth.
IX. Lines from the Adi Granth.
X. The Hebrew conception of animals.
XI. "A people like unto you."
XII. The friend of the creature.
XIII. Versipelles.
XIV. The horse as hero.
XV. Animals in Easter fiction.
XVI. The growth of modern ideas about animals.
Index.
Notes:
Reprinted in part, from the Contemporary review. cf. Pref.
OCLC:
11895254
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