By Michael Newton
Wild or feral little ones have interested us down the centuries, and proceed to take action this day. In a haunting and highly readable examine, Michael Newton deftly investigates a few notorious situations. He seems to be at Peter the Wild Boy, who gripped the eye of rapid and Defoe, and at Victor of Aveyron who roamed the forests of progressive France. He tells the tale of a savage lady misplaced at the streets of Paris; of 2 teenagers cited via wolves within the jungles of India; of a boy cited between monkeys in Uganda; and in Moscow, of a kid discovered dwelling with a pack of untamed dogs.