Dogs in Literature:

Dogs in Literature:

The remarkable life of movie star, World War I refugee, and dog, Rin Tin Tin is presented in a biography “Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend” by author Susan Orlean.  The New York Times reviews the amazing story. by JENNIFER SCHUESSLER Do dogs deserve biographies?...
Cats in Literature:

Cats in Literature:

Alice and the Cheshire Cat… Lewis Carroll’s 1866 novel “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” features a feline whose image and persona reach far beyond the book it’s most famous for.  In fact, the idea of a Cheshire Cat and the focus on its smile can be traced back...
Dogs in Literature:

Dogs in Literature:

“I, Toto: The Autobiography of Terry, the Dog Who Was Toto” by Willard Caroll is a fictionalized journal created by the Cairn Terrier made famous by his role in the The Wizard of Oz… from PUBLISHERS WEEKLY “I don’t mean this to sound full of...