I: CANIS LUPUS LINNAEUS
1. Origin and Description
2. Social Structure and Communication
3. Hunting and Territory
II: AND A CLOUD PASSES OVERHEAD
4. Amaguk and Sacred Meat
5. A Wolf in the Heart
6. Wolf Warriors
III: THE BEAST OF WASTE AND DESOLATION
7. The Clamor of Justification
8. Wolfing for Sport
9. An American Pogrom
IV: AND A WOLF SHALL DEVOUR THE SUN
10. Out of a Medieval Mind
11. The Reach of Science
12. Searching for the Beast
13. Images from a Childhood
14. A Howling at Twilight
Epilogue: On the Raising of Wolves and a New Ethology
Afterword: A Reacquaintance with Wolves
Barry Lopez's (1945-2020) books include Light Action in the Caribbean (stories), About This Life (essays and memoir), the novella-length fable Crow and Weasel, and Arctic Dreams (nonfiction), for which he received the National Book Award. He traveled extensively in remote regions of the world, and his work has been widely translated and anthologized. He was a recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim, Lannan, and National Science foundations; the Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters; the John Burroughs and John Hay medals; and other honors.
"Boston Globe" Haunting....has something of value to say to all of
Bayard Webster "New Fork Times Book Review" Fascinating....His book has a wealth of observation, mythology and mysticism about wolves that adds a colorful part to the still unfinished mosaic that defines the wolf.
Edmund Fuller "Wall Street Journal" A splendid, beautiful book.
George Schaller "Animal Kingdom Of Wolves and Men" is not only the best popular account of an animal I have read in a long time, but also something new -- a bridge between books of the past and those of the future, which, it is hoped, will incorporate and expand the perceptions so eloquently treated here.
John Fowles A remarkable book, both biologically absorbing and humanly rich, and one that should be read by every ecologically concerned American.
Robert Kirsch "Los Angeles Times" Unusually informative and sensitive.
Walter Clemons "Newsweek" Eloquent....His own patient effort to understand a despised, feared and heavily mythologized beast induces a shiver, of strangeness, the sign of fresh, original work.
Whitley Streiber "Washington Post" Brilliant...a work of intelligence, dedication and beauty, deserving the widest possible attention not only for the sake of wolves but also for the sake of men.