- Title Pages
2Hunger Makes the Wolf
3Beauty and the Beast
5One Nation under Coyote, Divisible
6Prairie Dog and Prejudice
7Nothing Says Trash Like Packrats
9The Bard’s Bird; or, The Slings and Arrows of Avicultural Hegemony
10Fly-Fishing for Carp as a Deeper Aesthetics
11Metamorphosis in Detroit
14Kill the Cat That Kills the Bird?
15An Unlimited Take of Ugly
16A Six-legged Guru
17The Parables of the Rats and Mice
- Publication History
Garbage Birds in a Hybrid Landscape
- (p.214) 12 Kach’i
- Trash Animals
James E. Bishop
- University of Minnesota Press
During his time living in Ch’angwon, Korea, James Bishop discovers magpies are revered as symbols of good luck while in America they are considered pests. In his essay Bishop writes about the admiration he developed for these birds living wild lives in an urban and industrial environment.
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