Wolf-children and feral man

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Archon Books, 1966 - Psychology - 379 pages
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Citing specific cases, the authors discuss the mental and physical development of feral children and their relation to their environment and man

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When I started this I wasn't quite sure how much I would enjoy it. But it was enthralling. It a hard book to find, ( you can find it in Barn's and Noble's rare books section online for an astronomical ... Read full review

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After almost ten years of searching and re-reading an out-of-system library copy, I finally got a copy of this book. The information in this is out of date, but it's still a fascinating account of feral children and the debate about its accuracy makes it well worth the read. Read full review

Contents

The Diary of the WolfChildren of Midnapore India by
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Chronology of the WolfChildren by Bishop H Pakenham
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FERAL MAN AND CASES OF EXTREME
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