General from the Jungle

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Hill and Wang, 1972 - Indians of Mexico - 280 pages
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The sixth and last of the legendary Jungle Novels, and a masterpiece on guerrilla warfare. The book is filled with marvelously drawn characters, yet the true hero is the rebel army--illiterate, uneducated, and poor, but resourceful and dangerous.

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General From the Jungle -- note the lack of a definite article -- is the sixth and final book in B. Traven's Jungle series about how the Mexican Revolution began organically among the debt-enslaved ... Read full review

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Section 1
3
Section 2
25
Section 3
38
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B. Traven, whose national origins are still in dispute, maintained that "my life belongs to me--only my books belong to the public." He died in Mexico in 1969.

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