B. Traven: A Vision of Mexico

By: Zogbaum, Heidi

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Still in original plastic wrap. 1992 Hard Cover. xxiii, 255 pp. 8vo. Author of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and other popular novels about Mexico, B. Traven surrounded his identity with mysteries designed to confound biographers. Now Heidi Zogbaum has produced a study of this enigmatic yet important author, linking his oeuvre with both Mexican and German politics of the 1920s and 1930s. B. Traven, best known for the novel behind the motion picture The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, was one of the most widely read writers of his time. From his 1924 arrival in Mexico as an exile from Weimar Germany to the end of his literary career in 1940, Traven's 'proletarian adventure stories' brought to life the turmoil of his adopted land for millions of readers worldwide. CONTENTS: Acknowledgments; Foreword by Barry Carr; Introduction; Traven in Tampico: A Revolutionary in Paradise; Land des Fruhlings: Ode to the Mexican Revolution; Discovery of the Mexican Indian; The Turning of the Tide; The Monterias: The Unknown Hell; The End of a Great Vision; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliograpy; Index.

Title: B. Traven: A Vision of Mexico

Author: Zogbaum, Heidi

Categories: Latin America, Anthropology, Literary & Intellectual,

Publisher: ., Scholarly Resources Inc.: 1992

ISBN Number: 0842023925

ISBN Number 13: 9780842023924

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 2303685

Keywords: BIOGRAPHY LITERARY MEXICO MEXICAN HISTORY HEIDI ZOGBAUM B. TRAVEN,