The two-time Pulitzer Prize–winning biologist delivers “an astonishing literary achievement” (Anthony Gottlieb, The Economist).
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Nobody has done more to reveal the true nature of the “superorganisms” that ant societies comprise than Edward Wilson, a Harvard biologist, campaigning green, two-time Pulitzer prize-winning author, pioneer of sociobiology, and now, at the age of 80, also a debut novelist.Apr 29 2010 | Read Full Review of Anthill A Novel
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The passage [in the section of the novel titled ‘The Anthill Chronicles'] reads like a cross of Watership Down and The Lord of the Rings and represents Wilson's finest writing in the novel, so much better than the rest that one wonders why he did not write the entire novel as an allegory."Apr 11 2010 | Read Full Review of Anthill A Novel
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“Keep in mind that ants not only rule the insect world, but societies like the ones at Nokobee are the most complicated on earth next to humans.” Raff shares his findings in the tour de force at the heart of the novel, a startling saga of ant life titled “The Anthill Chronicles.” The gig is up.Apr 12 2010 | Read Full Review of Anthill A Novel
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