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Jungle Novels

  • General from the Jungle
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    • General from the Jungle

    • Jungle Novels (Volume 6)
      B Traven
      Farrar, Straus and Giroux

    • “Readers who ignore the genius of B. Traven do so at their peril.” - The New York Times

      B Traven’s Jungle Novels comprises six books written during the...

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  • The Rebellion of the Hanged
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    • The Rebellion of the Hanged

    • Jungle Novels (Volume 5)
      B. Traven
      Farrar, Straus and Giroux

    • The Rebellion of the Hanged is the fifth book in legendary author B. Traven’s multi-volume retelling of the Mexican Revolution.

      Originally published in 1936,...

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  • March to the Monteria
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    • March to the Monteria

    • Jungle Novels (Volume 3)
      B. Traven
      Farrar, Straus and Giroux

    • March to the Monteria is the third volume in B. Traven's "Jungle Novels," a series of six books that depict the lives and injustices of the Mexican Indians prior the Revolution.

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  • The Carreta
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    • The Carreta

    • Jungle Novels (Volume 2)
      B. Traven
      Farrar, Straus and Giroux

    • From the enigmatic author of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, comes The Carreta, the second volume in B. Traven's epic multi-volume "Jungle Novel" series.

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  • Government
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    • Government

    • Jungle Novels (Volume 1)
      B. Traven
      Farrar, Straus and Giroux

    • Government is the first installment of B. Traven's legendary Jungle Novels, a series of six books detailing the oppression and subsequent uprising of the Mexican Revolution.

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B. Traven

B. Traven (1882–1969) was a pen name of one of the most enigmatic writers of the twentieth century. The life and work of the author, whose other aliases include Hal Croves, Traven Torsvan, and Ret Marut, has been called “the greatest literary mystery of the twentieth century.” Of German descent and Mexican nationality, he has sold more than thirty million books, in more than thirty languages. Films of his work include The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which won three Oscars; Macario, the first Mexican film to be nominated for an Oscar; and The Death Ship, a cult classic in Germany.

B. Traven

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