"Stylish, imaginative, poignant, and hugely unsettling."--"The
"Goldsworthy's greatest achievement. . . . Brave, brilliant, as
intellectually challenging as it is playful, it is testament to a
restless and unpredictable imagination."--James Bradley
J.J. is back living at home, unemployed and drifting after a
messy divorce. Then he is offered a job teaching Sign to Eliza. His
new pupil is smart, sensitive, attractive--and a gorilla recently
liberated from a medical research laboratory by animal rights
First published in 1995, the third novel by the acclaimed writer
Peter Goldsworthy is unique in Australian literature: a dazzling,
moving story about scientific experimentation and ethics, language,
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