My Life in the Cleveland Zoo is a memoir, a ground-level report of a time when society was changing rapidly. In 1968, Adam Smith took a summer job at the zoo as a tour train driver. He lived in the margin between the publics experience and what to him seemed the alien world of full-time keepers and staff. In that gap, adolescent hijinks crept into the routine of the part-
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