A richly illustrated, compelling look at the long, complicated relationship between humans and these highly intelligent, sociable animals. Brett Mizelle traces the natural and cultural history of the pig, focusing on the contradictions between our representations of pigs and the ways in which they are actually used, as well as looking at pigs as sources of food, as pets, in art, entertainment, literature, and medical testing, and the development of modern industrial pork production, which has removed living pigs from our everyday lives.

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