""Kanzi offers any number of crucial insights into the workings of the mind.""––The New York Times Book Review
The remarkable story of the ""talking"" ape who is proving animals can think
Though he cannot physically speak, Kanzi understands an impressive amount of spoken English and communicates by punching symbols on a special keyboard. This book tells Kanzi's incredible story and explores its intriguing ramifications.
SUE SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH (Decatur, Georgia) is one of the world's leading ape-language researchers. ROGER LEWIN (Cambridge, Massachusetts) is the author of 12 books, including co-authorship of the best-selling Origins with Richard Leakey.
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.34(w) x 9.58(h) x 1.09(d)|
About the Author
ROGER LEWIN is an award-winning writer and author of twelve books, including the bestselling Origins, which he coauthored with Richard Leakey.
Table of ContentsOn a Beach in Portugal.
The Meaning of Words.
Talking to Each Other.
An Uncommon Ape.
Inside Kanzi's Mind.
Pan, the Tool-Maker.
The Origin of Language.
At the Brink of the Human Mind.