Just deserts or unnecessary cruelty? Twitter was split on that one.
Jeanette Winterson, author of Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit, The Stone Gods and The Daylight Gates, among other books, caused a stir on Twitter with a gruesome recent post. In short, Winterson wreaked bloody revenge on a rabbit. Then she posted pictures. Vegetarians, read with caution.
To cement her argument, Winterson later posted photos of her destroyed roses and sprout plants. Followers still sent out the severe threat of unfollowing her.
Was Jeanette Winterson right to kill and eat the rabbit?
Jeanette Winterson, the award winning author best known for her classic novel Oranges are not the Only Fruit, caused partial outrage on Twitter after posting photographs of a rabbit that she had killed, skinned and cooked. Winterson told followers that the rabbit had eaten her parsley, saying, “I will now eat the rabbit”
Jeanette Winterson killed a rabbit.
The author – who countered her critics by saying she had tapped and killed the rabbit humanely – added, “Rabbit ate my parsley. I am eating the rabbit.”
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