"The animal can be killed and eaten so that
its energy is added to that which the hunter already possesses. The animal can be tamed so
that it supplies and works for the peasant. But always its lack of a common language, its
silence, guarantees its distance, its distinctness, its exclusion, from and of man." J.
Berger, "Why Look at Animals?" In, About Looking. New York, 1980.
"If never quite reverting, at
least I stepped inside the ape-suit--and, being there, found it ineffable. I don't know if
anyone can give voice to the voiceless and stay out of it." R.M. Pyle, Where
Bigfoot Walks. New York, 1995. p.121.