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by Jean Yves Domalain,Len Ortzen
Panjamon: I Was a Headhunter. Len Ortzen (Translator)
Panjamon: I Was a Headhunter. by. Jean-Yves Domalain, Len Ortzen (Translator). At least from the book you get the impression that Jean-Yves was completely fearless when he was traveling in India, watching tigers close by and wandering deep into jungle without clear idea where he was or where he was attempting to go. There were some morality questions that raise to my mind when reading about his time in Borneo and the ending was too abrupt but all in all I would recommend the book for adventure minded folk.
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com: Panjamon: I Was a Headhunter. ISBN 10: 0688001432 ISBN 13: 9780688001438. Publisher: William Morrow, 1973.
The author's experiences in Borneo. Continue reading the main story.
Domalain, Jean Yves, 1943-. Download book Panjamon: I was a headhunter. Physical Description: vii, 225 p. illus. Translated from the French by Len Ortzen.
Len Ortzen was an English writer and translator from French. However, his second novel was not so well-received, and thereafter Ortzen stuck to translation and writing non-fiction. In the late 1930s he had moved to Paris, and after the war he and his wife ran a guest house in Brittany.
On Borneo he marry the daughter of a head hunters, but decide to leave
On Borneo he marry the daughter of a head hunters, but decide to leave. He now travels trough Thailand and ends up as international animal dealer in Ventienne, Laos. But in the end he can not stand the treatment of the animals anymore, and he returns to europe. back home he wrote the book Panjamon, about the trip from france to asia and his time on Borneo, and the second book The animal connection.
Panjamon by Jean Yves Domalain. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1972. Ronald Mathias Lockley was a Welsh ornithologist and naturalist. He wrote over fifty books on natural history, including a major study of shearwaters, and many articles
Panjamon by Jean Yves Domalain. The second death of Ramón Mercader by Jorge Semprún. He wrote over fifty books on natural history, including a major study of shearwaters, and many articles. He is perhaps best known for his book The Private Life of the Rabbit. Margaret Kennedy was an English novelist and playwright. Her most successful work, as a novel and as a play, was The Constant Nymph.
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; 2nd edition (September 18, 1972)
Pages: 179 pages