Can you help me understanding this sentence from Grendel ?
I have to study, analyze and translate to French "Grendel" written by John Gardner. However, there's a sentence I can't understand and I am struggling to translate it : "It is true, perhaps, that I feel some trifling dislike of deer, but no more dislike than I feel for other natural things-discounting men".
I don't get the "other natural things-discounting men" bit. Could you help me break down this word structure?