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The Clan of the Cave Bear Jean M. Auel 1 The naked child ran out of the hide- covered lean-to toward the rocky beach at. Reverence for the Cave Bear was the common factor that united them, the force that welded all the separate autonomous clans into one people, the Clan of the. Contains Five Audiobooks by Jean M. Auel: The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, The Plains of Passage, and The Shelters.
See, you had a good story there — a little Cro-Magnon orphan girl found and raised by Neanderthals. First of all — point of view. But since I had that constant running commentary that sounded like something from a BBC documentary I was forced to get out the story and look at it from a dispassionate, modern point of view, which inevitably led me to the conclusion that half of it was unbelievable bollocks. They were the culmination of a branch of mankind whose brain was developed in the back of their heads, in the occipital and the parietal regions that control vision and bodily sensation and store memory. Did you copy it from an encyclopedia? You're confusing research with copy-pasting. The narrative finally jumped the shark when it implied that Neanderthal women were scared of learning new things because with their hereditary memory yeah, me neither their children would keep having larger and larger heads which eventually would lead to more difficult births and higher infant and mother mortality rate, ergo decline of the race and evolutionary cul-de-sac.
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We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. But the brutal and proud youth who is destined to become their next leader sees her differences as a threat to his authority.
He develops a deep and abiding hatred for the strange girl of the Others who lives in their midst, and is determined to get his revenge. Thus begins the epic tale of Ayla—blonde, blue-eyed, straight-legged, and vocal--considered bizarre and unattractive by her adoptive Clan.
In Ayla's story readers find what very well may be the story of human survival, for it is by wit, instinct, adaptation, and gathering knowledge that Ayla thrives among a people who are not like her, in a society that sees her as strange, in a world where elements, animals, and the enmity of others make surviving each day a challenge.
A moving saga about people, relationships and the boundaries of love. Through Jean Auel's magnificent storytelling, we are taken back to the dawn of mankind and swept up in the wonderful world of a very special heroine, Ayla.
Her enthralling story is one we all can share.