March to the Monteria (Jungle Novels #3)
by B. Traven
Celso, a young Indian laborer on a mahogany plantation, is such a good worker that he is thrown into jail on false charges to ensure he will stay.
Paperback, 238 pages
Published February 25th 1994 by Ivan R. Dee Publisher
(first published 1933)
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B. Traven (February, 1882? – March 26, 1969?) was the pen name of a German novelist, whose real name, nationality, date and place of birth and details of biography are all subject to dispute. A rare certainty is that B. Traven lived much of his life in Mexico, where the majority of his fiction is also set—including his best-known work, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1927), which was adapted as...moreMore about B. Traven...