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This is a book that Karen got me for Christmas.

She got two copies and we read it at the same time. Friends! So look for her review here:

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...

New & Improved Review with over 10% more pictures of Foxes! Wow!!!
(because so many of the pictures had turned into dead links)

This is a book in the tradition of Watership Down, but about Foxes and not rabbits. Well there are rabbits in the book, but they aren't nearly as interesting as the ones from Watership Down and they are pretty much just dinner here. And if we are to believe this book, rabbits are really just dumb meals waiting for foxes, stoats and other meat-eating critters to chomp down on.

The hero of this story is a black fox named Wulfgar.



This is maybe what he looked like as a pup, but by the time the story takes place he's sort of the badass alpha male (yet sensitive) of the foxes who reside around these particular moors in England.

All isn't too great for him though because there is murderous hunting dog, The Lurcher, who is owned by an equally deranged trapper who would like to kill the poor fox.

This is maybe what the dog looks like,



but if you type in lurcher breed in google you get all kinds of pictures of dogs, many of which don't look like they would be from the same breed at all.

The Lurcher quite possibly steals the show when the book focuses on him as a main character. He likes to kill things, and all of his thoughts are crazy, must kill everything to make the voices in my head and the stars up above happy variety. Good stuff.

The book takes place in the same general world that Each Day a Small Victory takes place in, and the situation is just as dire for the animals in both books, but this one focuses more on a spiritual and heroic quest rather than the brutal day to day living and need to get food. But lots of things do get eaten. It's what these animals do.

I wasn't going to mention this, and detract from the book, but Karen mentioned that I would mention it so here I go. There is an unfortunate description given in the book when describing an apparently very fetching Vixen. The brown color around her eyes is given the description of being "nigger brown". This book was written in 1982, so you can't even argue away, well it was a different time when people said things like, nigger brown, gook yellow, injun' red and honky white. Actually, I'm not sure that was a term people used anymore than my other (possibly?) made up racially offensive crayola colors.

I liked this book quite a bit and there isn't anything else questionable like that one phrase, although one could argue from the usage of it that there is a Vaterland, uber alles, blood and soil, crypto-fascist thing going on here, just like our friends Adorno and Horkheimer enjoyed pointing out was in the proto-existential pastoral novels of Knut Hamsun.

Karen pointed out something that I just didn't notice in the book. One of the decent humans is a small boy, who we learn at the end of the book has the same first name as the author. The book, while written in 1982, takes place in the late 1940's, making it not just a meta-fiction trick but rather a re-imagining of what the author saw as a boy and mythologizing it. I had forgotten the author's name when reading the book and I didn't think anything of the little boy's name, but (view spoiler)

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she got two copies and we read it at the same time. friends! so look for her review here:

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...

new & improved review with over 10% more pictures of foxes! wow!!!
(because so many of the pictures had turned into dead links)

this is a book in the tradition of watership down, but about foxes and not rabbits. well there are rabbits in the book, but they aren't nearly as interesting as the ones from watership down and they are pretty much just dinner here. and if we are to believe this book, rabbits are really just dumb meals waiting for foxes, stoats and other meat-eating critters to chomp down on.

the hero of this story is a black fox named wulfgar.



this is maybe what he looked like as a pup, but by the time the story takes place he's sort of the badass alpha male (yet sensitive) of the foxes who reside around these particular moors in england.

all isn't too great for him though because there is murderous hunting dog, the lurcher, who is owned by an equally deranged trapper who would like to kill the poor fox.

this is maybe what the dog looks like,



but if you type in lurcher breed in google you get all kinds of pictures of dogs, many of which don't look like they would be from the same breed at all.

the lurcher quite possibly steals the show when the book focuses on him as a main character. he likes to kill things, and all of his thoughts are crazy, must kill everything to make the voices in my head and the stars up above happy variety. good stuff.

the book takes place in the same general world that each day a small victory takes place in, and the situation is just as dire for the animals in both books, but this one focuses more on a spiritual and heroic quest rather than the brutal day to day living and need to get food. but lots of things do get eaten. it's what these animals do.

i wasn't going to mention this, and detract from the book, but karen mentioned that i would mention it so here i go. there is an unfortunate description given in the book when describing an apparently very fetching vixen. the brown color around her eyes is given the description of being "nigger brown". this book was written in 1982, so you can't even argue away, well it was a different time when people said things like, nigger brown, gook yellow, injun' red and honky white. actually, i'm not sure that was a term people used anymore than my other (possibly?) made up racially offensive crayola colors.

i liked this book quite a bit and there isn't anything else questionable like that one phrase, although one could argue from the usage of it that there is a vaterland, uber alles, blood and soil, crypto-fascist thing going on here, just like our friends adorno and horkheimer enjoyed pointing out was in the proto-existential pastoral novels of knut hamsun.

karen pointed out something that i just didn't notice in the book. one of the decent humans is a small boy, who we learn at the end of the book has the same first name as the author. the book, while written in 1982, takes place in the late 1940's, making it not just a meta-fiction trick but rather a re-imagining of what the author saw as a boy and mythologizing it. i had forgotten the author's name when reading the book and i didn't think anything of the little boy's name, but (view spoiler)

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she got two copies and we read it at the same time. friends! so look for her review here:

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...

new & improved review with over 10% more pictures of foxes! wow!!!
(because so many of the pictures had turned into dead links)

this is a book in the tradition of watership down, but about foxes and not rabbits. well there are rabbits in the book, but they aren't nearly as interesting as the ones from watership down and they are pretty much just dinner here. and if we are to believe this book, rabbits are really just dumb meals waiting for foxes, stoats and other meat-eating critters to chomp down on.

the hero of this story is a black fox named wulfgar.



this is maybe what he looked like as a pup, but by the time the story takes place he's sort of the badass alpha male (yet sensitive) of the foxes who reside around these particular moors in england.

all isn't too great for him though because there is murderous hunting dog, the lurcher, who is owned by an equally deranged trapper who would like to kill the poor fox.

this is maybe what the dog looks like,



but if you type in lurcher breed in google you get all kinds of pictures of dogs, many of which don't look like they would be from the same breed at all.

the lurcher quite possibly steals the show when the book focuses on him as a main character. he likes to kill things, and all of his thoughts are crazy, must kill everything to make the voices in my head and the stars up above happy variety. good stuff.

the book takes place in the same general world that each day a small victory takes place in, and the situation is just as dire for the animals in both books, but this one focuses more on a spiritual and heroic quest rather than the brutal day to day living and need to get food. but lots of things do get eaten. it's what these animals do.

i wasn't going to mention this, and detract from the book, but karen mentioned that i would mention it so here i go. there is an unfortunate description given in the book when describing an apparently very fetching vixen. the brown color around her eyes is given the description of being "nigger brown". this book was written in 1982, so you can't even argue away, well it was a different time when people said things like, nigger brown, gook yellow, injun' red and honky white. actually, i'm not sure that was a term people used anymore than my other (possibly?) made up racially offensive crayola colors.

i liked this book quite a bit and there isn't anything else questionable like that one phrase, although one could argue from the usage of it that there is a vaterland, uber alles, blood and soil, crypto-fascist thing going on here, just like our friends adorno and horkheimer enjoyed pointing out was in the proto-existential pastoral novels of knut hamsun.

karen pointed out something that i just didn't notice in the book. one of the decent humans is a small boy, who we learn at the end of the book has the same first name as the author. the book, while written in 1982, takes place in the late 1940's, making it not just a meta-fiction trick but rather a re-imagining of what the author saw as a boy and mythologizing it. i had forgotten the author's name when reading the book and i didn't think anything of the little boy's name, but (view spoiler)