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Desmond Morris is a well-known and critically acclaimed writer and broadcaster. His many books include The Naked Ape (1967), The Human Zoo (1969), and The Human Animal (1994), and he has contributed to numerous natural history and scientific publications.
In this small, elegant volume, Morris explores our paradoxical relationship with the owl, symbol of both wisdom and evil. He examines its depiction in mythology, literature and art and provides an overview of its fascinating biology. Beautiful photographs illustrate the allure of this mysterious creature.' - Sierra Magazine 'Owl is sparely and eloquently written, scholarly and highly readable ... an entertaining and informative little gem. It will particularly appeal to the many devotees of these eternally iconic birds.' - Emu-Austral Ornithology