By Desmond Morris
This paintings has turn into a benchmark of renowned anthropology and psychology.
Zoologist Desmond Morris considers people as being easily one other animal species during this vintage publication first released in 1967. this is the bare Ape at his such a lot primal in love, at paintings, at battle. Meet guy as he relatively is: relative to the apes, stripped of his veneer as we see him dating, making love, napping, socializing, grooming, playing. The bare Ape takes its position along Darwin’s Origin of the Species, proposing guy no longer as a fallen angel, yet as a risen ape, awesome in his resilience, power and mind's eye, but an animal still, at risk of forgetting his origins.
With its penetrating insights on mans beginnings, intercourse existence, conduct and our striking bonds to the animal kingdom, The bare Ape is a landmark, instantly provocative, compelling and undying.
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