Trials Of The Monkey

Trials Of The Monkey

by Matthew Chapman
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Trials Of The Monkey 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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This is so weird my teacher would never teach us adout this
Guest More than 1 year ago
Chapman's book is well-written, funny but deeply, deeply flawed. He is often too 'cutesie' by a mile, his whining about making $500,000 per year but being nearly broke just doesn't cut it, his memoir portions are often repetitive, the stories of his adolescent sexuality are far too graphic and totally irrelevant to the story and finally his incessant liberal political polemics are annoying as hell.
Guest More than 1 year ago
LOVE, MATTHEW CHAPMAN, AND OTHER MORE IMPORTANT MATTERS You understand me so well, I could almost strangle you on account of that violation, if I didn¿t happen to be such an aficionado of pure knowledge. You know exactly when, where, and how to massage my feet and cause me to coo, kind of like back when I still had the sole, private, intimate access to my mother¿s nipples. Year after year, you forge on (dear), seeming to stumble upon some additional recess where another nebulous, strange need, wanting to ¿walk with light¿ resides. It is all about love and Darwin and about the strongest, tangible asset we¿re likely to have in our flippant financial portfolio to pass on to our three little girls. We are proud to say, they will all be able to look any future point in time right between its eyes and gun down doubt with the essential factor: the only thing Darwin - gentle iconoclast that he was ¿ happened to just be a little too shy to include in his various theories. Yet, it was the quintessential quality the man himself possessed which his descendants can take to the bank. Anytime, anywhere. Because of ¿ or despite of - our vast knowledge, love always has a way of succeeding. Lauren Gross (Never read the book, but am conversant with the theory, and follow the current media.)