Jane Goodall and Tolkien, and Photos from Swiss Travels!

hich books does Jane Goodall recommend? I came across this interview in The New York Times : What Jane Goodall is reading She answered the "who would you invite to dinner" question! "You’re organizing a literary dinner party. Which three writers, dead or alive, do you invite? 'Shakespeare, Tolkien, Jane Austen or Charlotte Brontë. Or, oh — I want Keats, Byron, Rachel Carson, Dickens, Darwin — and, oh, I so want Churchill and, and, and — my dinner party will need a banqueting hall to fit them all in!'" I last answered that question a year ago : " Emily Carr . Tolkien (though I'd be fainting with nervousness). And the third... Agatha Christie? Lord Rochester? Shakespeare? Chesterton? Pliny the Elder? John Buchan? Jean Little? Dostoyevsky? E Nesbit? The possibilities are endless... " And now... All the rest of the photos from our travels this past summer: Lac de Joux and La Brevine (the Siberia of Switzerland; a pocket valley where the