When Mark Rowlands was 27 and a young professor of philosophy, he bought a wolf cub. It was the beginning of a relationship that would come to define Rowland’s own life, and shape his thinking.
Beginning with Brenin’s exuberant, destructive puppyhood, and ending with his death 11 years later, The Philosopher and the Wolf is the remarkable account of a friendship that transcended the species barrier, and a fascinating examination of joy, strength, and the essential nature of the human animal.
©2008 Mark Rowlands (P)2010 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
This audio book was completely engaging.This story made me laugh,cry and reaffirmed the depth of relationship that can exist between man and animal.
The strong relationship between Mark Rowland and his wolf.
Great voice and beautifully told.
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