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Sara Gruen’s Novel Ape House

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Sara Gruen, the author of the best-selling novel Water for Elephants, discusses her latest novel, Ape House. It tells the story of a scientist at a Great Ape Language Lab who doesn’t understand people as well as she understands animals, and the reporter she meets who risks his career and his marriage to follow a story.

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Sara Gruen
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Comments [3]

Sara from east meadow

Freedom was the name of the program to freeze out the internet.

Sep. 22 2010 04:52 PM
lauren from brooklyn

does anyone recall the name of the program she mentioned to freeze your mac out of the internet?

alternatively, when will the audio be online?

Sep. 22 2010 02:50 PM
Mary

Don't Bonobos resolve conflict with sex?

Sep. 22 2010 01:13 PM

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