The carreta

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Allison & Busby, 1981 - Fiction - 264 pages
4 Reviews
In the second of his six Jungle Novels, Traven brings his remarkable narrative talents to bear on the coming of age of a young Indian ox-cart driver and the oppressive world in which he must make his way. B. Traven is coming to be recognized as one of the narrative masters of the twentieth century. --New York Times

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Review: The Carreta (Jungle Novels #2)

User Review  - Octavio Sánchez - Goodreads

Traven is now one of my favorites writer, He did not born in Mexico but I feel proud if considering himself as a Mexican, it would be a truly honor the writing is about Mexican culture. Read full review

Review: The Carreta (Jungle Novels #2)

User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

No one knows quite who B. Traven was, when he was born, or even where. He undoubtedly lived in Mexico, and this is a steadily sarcastic look at indigenous Mexico before the revolution. Sarcasm ... Read full review


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