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LSE Literary Festival - Animating a Myth for our times: The Lawsuit of the Animals against Humanity


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Speaker(s): Zeina Frangie-Eyres, Dr Simon Glendinning, Professor Marina Warner, Dr Mark Wright
Chair: Isabel Carlisle

Recorded on 13 February 2010 in Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building.

An event that combines a story-telling of the 1000-year-old eco-fable The Animals' Lawsuit against Humanity with a panel discussion on the story's historical and literary origins; current biodiversity in the midst of species extinction; the philosophical relationship between humans; and animals and the need for a myth for our times.

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