novel by Paul Zindel(Redirected from The Pigman)
The Pigman (1968)Edit
- Didn’t she know how sick to my stomach it made me feel to know it’s possible to end your life with only a baboon to talk to?
- …somehow it was as if I was being told about something wonderful, something beautiful just waiting for me. All I had to do was wait long enough.
- He was the ugliest, most vicious-looking baboon I’ve ever seen in my life. I mean a real baboon. And there’s the pigman, the smiling pigman, leaning all the way over the guardrail, tossing peanuts to this mean baboon.