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The chapter concerns the role that speech—the ability and willingness to speak—plays in interspecies politics. it focuses on acts of animal refusal to work to suggest not only that silence is a key modality of political action, but also that silence and other forms of radical nonspeech must be listened to. Settings for the chapter include a cow shelter, a goat-slaughtering facility, and settings in Indian and Western literature.

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