My Dog Tulip: Movie tie-in edition (New York Review Books Classics)

My Dog Tulip: Movie tie-in edition (New York Review Books Classics)

J.R. Ackerley

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The extraordinary British guy of letters J. R. Ackerley hardlythought of himself as a puppy lover while, good into middleage, he got here into ownership of a German shepherd. Tohis shock, she became out to be the affection of his lifestyles, the“ideal buddy” he were trying to find in useless for years. My puppy Tulip is a bittersweet retrospective account of theirsixteen-year companionship, in addition to a profound andsubtle meditation at the strangeness that lies on the heartof all relationships. In vibrant and infrequently startling aspect, Ackerley tells of Tulip’s frequently erratic habit and extremely dogs tastes, and of his personal fumbling yet determinedefforts to make sure for her an lifestyles of excellent happiness.

My puppy Tulip has been tailored to screen as a massive animated feature film with a forged that incorporates the voices of Christopher Plummer, Lynn Redgrave, and Isabella Rossellini. it's been heralded as "A stroke of genius" through New York Magazine and "The love tale of the 12 months" through Vanity Fair.

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