Patagonian hare


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Patagonian hare

n.
See mara.
Translations
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Colorado -- Sacred Tree -- Patagonian Hare -- Indian Families -- General Rosas -- Proceed to Bahia Blanca -- Sand Dunes -- Negro Lieutenant -- Bahia Blanca -- Saline Incrustations -- Punta Alta -- Zorillo.
Lanzmann's own "cleaving of the world into heroes and monsters" (as David Rieff put it in his eloquent and perspicacious review in The Nation of Lanzmann's memoir, The Patagonian Hare) seems to provoke an automatic demonizing of Arendt in some of his champions.
Now, well into his ninth decade, he has written (actually dictated) his memoir, The Patagonian Hare. The tide is something of a Gallic affectation, but the book is an unbuttoned account of a man in love with life, with left politics, with willing women, with thine, with adventure, with the State of Israel and not least of all, with himself.
The Mara, or Patagonian hare, are long-legged animals from central and southern Argentina.