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Dogs in literature

There is a tremendous article in the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel about dogs in literature. AbeBooks even gets a mention. It covers off companion dogs, talking dogs, bad dogs and future dogs.

In Mikhail Bulgakov’s 1925 Soviet satire, Heart of a Dog, a crazed professor implants a human pituitary gland and testicles into a stray dog in an attempt to improve the human race. Inevitably, this Frankendog wreaks havoc throughout the Soviet system.

Posted by on February 21, 2011.

Categories: books, literature, media coverage

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