No One Loved Gorillas More (2020)

No One Loved Gorillas More Camilla De la Bédoyère Dian Fossey Bob Campbell No One Loved Gorillas More Presents a collection of letters written by Dian Fossey that captures her spirit activism setbacks and triumphs during the eighteen years she spent studying and preserving mountain gorillas
  • Title: No One Loved Gorillas More
  • Author: Camilla De la Bédoyère Dian Fossey Bob Campbell
  • ISBN: 9780792293446
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
No One Loved Gorillas More Camilla De la Bédoyère Dian Fossey Bob Campbell Presents a collection of letters written by Dian Fossey that captures her spirit, activism, setbacks, and triumphs during the eighteen years she spent studying and preserving mountain gorillas.
No One Loved Gorillas More Camilla De la Bédoyère Dian Fossey Bob Campbell

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One thought on “No One Loved Gorillas More

  1. Laura

    This was a great book about the story of Dian Fossey and her advocacy for these beautiful creatures The photography alone makes this book a must read Dian was certainly a strong personality, but how else could she have achieved so much She literally gave her life to save the mountain gorillas.

  2. Stephanie

    Beautiful photographs, with brief text and letters written by Dian to her friends and parents She was cantankerous but without her effort mountain gorrillas would be extinct If you enjoy this, her book, Gorrillas in the Mist, is the next step.

  3. Meghan Portillo

    There is no doubt that is a beautiful, well written book But I was expecting a LOT letters instead, what I got was scant letters with much biographical filler As much as I enjoyed this book, I was very disappointed at how many letters were included and how edited they apparently were the reader got the chance to see original letters from time to time I m surprised none of the other reviewers mentioned this but then again my main interest is women s letters.So these three stars reflect misrepres [...]

  4. Mary

    Sometimes, words alone cannot say what needs to be said Gorillas in the Mist did that quite well, but No One Loved Gorillas More is a pictorial book full of encounters and accounts documented by Dian Fossey The rich photographs share a certain kind of wisdom, heart and beauty found nowhere else in the world Dian s passion to keep the species alive is than evident in the pictures, it s in the letters she wrote back and forth to her parents while living in Rwanda Just by reading them, her emotion [...]

  5. Christopher May

    This was a fascinating read detailing Dian Fossey s life and her true passion, the beautiful but endangered mountain gorillas of central Africa The book was both enlightening about the complex but incredibly dedicated life of Fossey and a true visual delight thanks to the wonderful photography of the photographers around her including Alan Root and Bob Campbell The story of Fossey and the mountain gorilla has some really melancholic moments but it is truly one of hope and an example of what is p [...]

  6. Ana

    This book has beautiful images It s an excellent coffee table book if gorillas and or women in science and or primatology are of interest to you The text, while put together well, was not as good The author was not a fan of Fossey s, it seems, and that really came through in the author s words between excerpts from Dian s letters Beautiful book, but while the author seemed to be going for harsh truth in some places, it comes across as just harsh.

  7. Debra Cook

    A fantastic coffee table book that told a brief and accurate look at a very isolated and couragous woman Dian Fossey was very human but loved the animals she studied She fought to protect them from an encroaching world she could not stop The photos from Bob Campbell and Alan Root are absolutely fantastic.

  8. Winnie

    Beautiful book to read The pictures of Dian Fossey during her activities at Karisoke give a good image of why she loved working there Together with the beautiful portraits of her Gorilla s and the many correspondence of Dian with her family and close colleagues it gives a good view how the years at the research centre must have been for Dian and how she was like as a person.

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