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If I had known that each of these stories take a different point of view on human relationships with animals, I would've picked it up a lot sooner. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica Knauss, Author
While many of the stories were depressing, and showed how foolish we humans are when interacting with animals, some were touching and even funny.Published 18 months ago by Claudia Tammen
Interesting juxtaposition of celebrities such as Madonna with animals...slightly depressing in most of the stories, but very well written, a great writer.Published 20 months ago by Sam
Love in Infant Monkeys was a 2010 Pulitzer Fiction finalist so it probably goes without saying that the book is well written. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mike W.
I enjoyed this thought-provoking book by Lydia Millet. Love in Infant Monkeys is a compilation of the author's short stories and each is told from a different voice or perspective. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Bob
This review concerns only the author's essay on Harry Harlow. Lydia Millet perpetuates a false understanding of Harlow's work. Read morePublished on May 4, 2012 by Rick Bogle
This is such a sweet collection of short stories. I loved them all, and so did my cat. If you like well-written, heart-felt stories featuring animals and celebrities, then this... Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by The Spew Review
Each of the stories in Lydia Millet's Love in Infant Monkeys will remain in images long after you've read them, be it the dove, Madonna, or those infant monkeys. Read morePublished on January 13, 2012 by janice
I admire the way Millet writes so confidently about pop culture. I laugh at her portrayals of Madonna, David Hasselhoff, Noam Chomsky, Jimmy Carter, et al. Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by Miles