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There aren't any reviews yet. Be the first to review this title. Teen, 13 years old Written by AndrewReviews September 16, Horriable First three chapters talk about the main character being a buffalo and getting shot in head by his mom. It also talks about suicide and has a lot of cuss words Continue reading. Report this review. Teen, 15 years old Written by biovox14 November 14, Awesome but disturbing book I love this book, but the content is disturbing including bullying, violence, swearing, and disturbing content in general.

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Read more. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Print. Glendon Swarthout's more positive response to William Golding's Lord of the Flies, and Golding's thesis that all men are basically beasts, stands as one of the first contemporary bestsellers to take up the cause of animal rights. Bless the Beasts remains one of the few controversial novels which ever resulted in some political change and social good -- the Arizona legislature mandated changing the regulations of their annual buffalo hunt to more humane practices due to student protests resulting from this book and film.

Glendon's theme that even a group of misfit youths, if banded together in common cause, were capable of a great, heroic deed, still resonates strongly with American teenagers and their teachers, and this classic novel is still mandatory reading in many English classrooms across America. I first read the book when I was 17 years old.


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  • Now, at 60, I have read it again for the umpteenth time. I adore this book probably because I was, and still am to some degree, a "ding". A shy kid and also a bed wetter till I was 11, I could totally relate to the boys in the book and was overjoyed when they were able to complete their task of freeing the buffalo. A wonderful and tragic tale. I will love it always. Customer Reviews See All.