Solly (ˈsɒlɪ), Baron. 1904–93, British zoologist, born in South Africa; chief scientific adviser (1964–71) to the British Government. His books include The Social Life of Monkeys (1932) and the autobiography From Apes to Warlords (1978)
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Nothing grand happens on the outside, but seeing through the eyes of zuckerman—tracing his disillusionment—is fascinating.
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“The Australian version was much bleaker,” zuckerman said in a 2011 interview with TVWeb.com.
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(last line of My Life As a Man)—that mark the first two novels in the zuckerman trilogy.
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