Jane Goodall Writing Styles in My Life with the Chimpanzees

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Perspective

Jane Goodall is one of the world's great primatologists and has done more than perhaps anyone else to raise global awareness about the high value and great ability of higher primates, especially chimpanzees. She has spent much of her life in the jungle, separated from much of civilization, and immersed in the social world of chimpanzees. Her experiences and the motives that led her to pursue her present career shaped her perspective in the book in a number of ways. Goodall is, first and foremost, a scientist and ethologist in particular. She believes that animal and human behavior can be understood scientifically and that three observation and experiment we can unravel the mysterious of animal life. She finds the search exciting and invites her readers into her search. She also writes as an animal lover, someone who enjoys caring for animals and who is pained by their suffering...

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