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Zoo in the Garden

E.H. Aitken (Author)
Synopsis It is impossible to conceive a fate of more unmitigated horror than that of a frog being sucked down by a snake, its foot already undergoing digestion, its legs stretching all the way down the enemy's slimy throat, and its body slowly but surely following. Happily frogs cannot have much imagination, yet they must realize the situation to some extent for they give expression to the anguish of their souls every few minutes with a wall so unspeakably woeful, that it would melt the hardest heart.
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About the author

E.H. Aitken

Edward Hamilton Aitken (best known as EHA) was born at Satara in Bombay Presidency. He taught at Deccan College, Poona, and was later appointed Chief Collector of Customs and Salt Revenues at Karachi. He was a founder member, and later vice-president, of the Bombay Natural History Society and one of the first joint editors of the Society's journal. He died in 1909. Apart from the Tribes on My Frontier and The Common Birds of Bombay, EHA's books include A Naturalist on the Prowl, Concerning Animals and Other Matters, and The Five Windows of the Soul, a philosophic treatise.

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Bibliographic information

Title Zoo in the Garden
Author E.H. Aitken
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Permanent Black
Language: English
isbn 9788178241210
length xii+277p., Figures; Plates; 23cm.