Lulu: A Romance
A novel in which two scientists, Kate and Mitch, adopt a young chimpanzee, Lulu, as part of their research into the development of language. The chimp becomes part of their household and lives, with comic and bizarre developments. The author's first book won the NZSA Best First Book Award in 1994.
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