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Strange Bedfellows: The Surprising Connection Between Sex, Evolution and Monogamy [Hardcover]

David P. Barash , Judith Eve Lipton

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating as it is fun and funny. 29 Jun 2010
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Barasha and Lipton have created a book as insightful as it is enjoyable to read. Their presentation of human sexual behavior in the context of evolutionary biology is both fascinating and fun. I particularly enjoyed the sprinkling of dry humor throughout the book. They provide a realistic appraisal of our basic nature as animals and hope for relationships when we are most human.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting book! 26 Dec 2009
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This book was very informative and easy to read (for those who are not anthropology majors). I greatly enjoyed it!
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