Briefly reiterates the durability of the nonhuman condition, across a vast literary, civic, legal, and cultural history of production and consumption. Frames the ironies of rights and improvement movements against a broader critique of class and authority. A dazzling, inarticulate coexistence attends such organizing logics.
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