Crow

By Sax, Boria

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ISBN
978-1-86189-194-5
Publisher
London : Reaktion, 2003.


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Reviewed on July 5, 2004

In this vivid and enjoyable meditation on crows in art, literature and history, Sax (The Serpent and the Swan: The Animal Bride in Folklore and Literature), a scholar at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York, gives the genus Corvus the enthusiastic treatment it deserves. Crows have always preoccupied people--as tricksters and crop thieves, as harbingers of death or creators of the world, as models of marital fidelity and bearers of prophecy. But Sax's book is more than an endearing act of monomania. Part o...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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