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Love in Infant Monkeys

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 Love in Infant Monkeys Lydia Millet
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7/7/11 Across the collection Aspects of human-animal relationships Mortality and extinction Feeling of emotional or spiritual loss (often connected to separation from nature) Alienation/isolation/loneliness Celebrity worship and effects of fame
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7/7/11 “Sexing the Pheasant” Third person, moves into very close third, almost stream of consciousness Parentheticals/asides in first/second person (Madonna “talking” to herself) Short timeframe and simple external plot Relies somewhat on readers’
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7/7/11 Madonna Ciccione,
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7/7/11 Guy Ritchie and The film director and pop superstar were
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7/7/11 Madonna the In Millet, Madonna reminds herself to use
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7/7/11 Madonna ran afoul
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7/7/11 Madonna stopped shooting but
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7/7/11 Madonna and Kabbalah Kabbalah is a strand of Jewish mysticism with medieval origins It means “to receive” or “tradition”
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