Love in Infant Monkeys - Chapter 9: The Lady and the Dragon Summary & Analysis

Lydia Millet
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Summary

The first person unnamed narrator starts this story with expository information regarding actress Sharon Stone and her ex-husband Phil Bronstein. The couple was getting a private tour of the Los Angeles Zoo and Bronstein wanted a close-up visit with a Komodo dragon. The zookeeper allowed, but suggested Bronstein remove his white shoes fearing the reptile would confuse the shoes with the mice zookeepers fed it. Ironically, the Komodo dragon bit into Bronstein's bare foot, damaging his big toe and making reconstructive surgery necessary. The couple was cool about the event and even made light of it in the media. The Komodo dragon became a popular exhibit at the zoo.

When the public lost interest, the reptile was sent to a Singapore zoo for breeding. Then, he was sent to another zoo. There, he was purchased by an Indonesian billionaire...

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