The dark romance of Dian Fossey

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Simon and Schuster, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 351 pages
This unflinching portrait based on interviews with 200 people, extensive research in Africa, and more than 500 letters, including the entire Fossey/Leakey correspondence, is the astonishing story, never before fully told, of Dian Fossey's remarkable life and complex, tenacious personality.

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Hayes's book, promoted as the first "completely objective portrait'' of Fossey, provides some new details on her life but has a rather offensive emphasis on her emotional and sexual history. Moreover ... Read full review

Contents

Preface by Judith Kessler Hayes
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A Murder in Rwanda
25
Seeds of Choice
38
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