Woman in the Mists Paperback – Nov 1 1988
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"A MASTERFULLY ORCHESTRATED CHRONICLE...DIAN FOSSEY AND FARLEY MOWAT ARE PERFECTLY MATCHED...THE BOOK THEY CREATED TOGETHER SHOULD BE SAVORED". -- San Francisco Chronicle
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FARLEY MOWAT began writing for a living in 1949 after spending two years in the Arctic. He has lived in or visited almost every part of Canada and many other lands, including the distant regions of Siberia. He is author of 39 books, including People of the Deer , Never Cry Wolf , Sea of Slaughter , The Snow Walker , And No Birds Sang , and No Man's River . With sales of more than 14 million copies in 25 languages, Farley Mowat is one of Canada's most successful writers. He and his wife, Claire Mowat, divide their time between Ontario and Nova Scotia.
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But her work and her happiness were plagued by male academics and agents of philanthropic organizations who got caught up in a web of calumny and distrust motivated by primatologists who were seriously bent out of shape by her abrasiveness and who felt they could avenge themselves by vilifying her, possibly abetted by society's undercurrent of misogyny. Had there been no vilification, she may never have been killed, as her fatal enemy, probably an African, no doubt took strength from knowing how much she was hated by, for example, the American and European agents of the Mountain Gorilla Project.Read more ›
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This Book contains the interisting life of Dian Fossey from her bith to her dearhPublished on March 21 1999
This book gives a view of not only her work, but also her personal life. Farley Mowat mixes Dian Fossey's own diary with a story of her life. Read morePublished on Nov. 19 1998