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Similarly, Boria Sax’s chapter investigates the myth that ravens must remain in the Tower of London to prevent Britain from falling in war. Sax shows the way this myth arose, somewhat spontaneously. It was then exploited by the tourism industry, becoming tangled therefore in the nation’s social and economic fabric. Despite its fictional status, Sax argues that this mythology is one viable avenue toward reckoning the traumatic history of war. Much warfare has been traumatic to animals, but the logic and practice of war has sometimes been turned directly toward animals’ interests, as discussed by Brian Lowe in his essay.
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