The Evolution Man or How I Ate My Father by Roy Lewis

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Containing an eyewitness account of the first human courtship ever, a study of the lives of an everyday, ordinary cave family includes portraits of Mom, the ape woman; brother William and his attempted animal domestication; and Dad, the inventor. 25,000 first printing.
 

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Published August 24, 1993 by Pantheon. 213 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This wacky, tongue-in-cheek account of human evolution as exemplified by one family of cave dwellers calls to mind TV's The Flintstones , but wordplay and intellectual satire mix with outrageous anach

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This humorous account of an upwardly mobile Pleistocene family's life was first published in 1960.

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This wacky, tongue-in-cheek account of human evolution as exemplified by one family of cave dwellers calls to mind TV's The Flintstones , but wordplay and intellectual satire mix with outrageous anachronisms to lift it well above a cartoon depiction.

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