There's No Such Thing as a Lone Wolf

Humans tell a lot of lies about wolves. Having lived for so long on the outskirts of human settlements, only interacting with man in times of dire necessity, wolves are particularly susceptible to anthropomorphization: always a threat, a howl on the wind, preying on the imagination. An early and notable aphorism that gave human features to wolves was by the Roman playwright Plautus (254 BC-194 BC): “"

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