First printing of the history and mystery of hogs from ancient times to the present.
Fine in very good jacket.
THE HOG BOOK
From the publisher: "The Hog Book is one of the most radical works in the annals of classic animal literature. This is the definitive work that touched off the whole recent revolution in our hog awareness leading to the ever-spreading acceptance of pigs as pets, as working partners, organ donors, movie stars, and so many other fresh manifestations of the barely tapped porcine potential."
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, (1978). 10'' x 7''. Original blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine.. In original unclipped ($10.00) white pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated with drawings by Findley. Index. , 272,  pages. Jacket very slightly worn, with some marginal toning and light sunning to spine.
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