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by James Polster
Author: James Polster
Publisher: Mercury House; First Edition edition (October 1, 1987)
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The Inspiration Behind A Guest in the Jungle: James Polster in the Jungle of New Guinea. In the Oriente Jungle, Ecuador-from "You'll Never Get Out Alive-But He Did" (New Orleans Times-Picayune). Polster's home with the Motilone Indians-inspiration for the Lotimone tribe in A Guest in the Jungle. Polster's book is so engrossing, unpretentious- and uproariously funny- that the reader may not recognize at first how poetically written and beautifully crafted it i. ou can't put this book down. If you try, it will follow you through every room in the house. - Bob Scher, The South American Explorer.
His first novel, A Guest in the Jungle, focused a spotlight on the disappearing rainforest and the people who live there, and helped to kickstart the rainforest environmental movement .
This post was written by James Polster, author of A Guest In The Jungle, a novel that explores the intense nuances of. .
This post was written by James Polster, author of A Guest In The Jungle, a novel that explores the intense nuances of the conflict between civilization and nature. A Guest In The Jungle has just been reissued, and Jim was kind enough to tell us a bit about how the book came to be in the first place. Take it away Jim: In the early days of the environmental movement, I didn’t know there was an environmental movement. Didn’t even know anyone who considered these issues
Whitehill is a 31-year-old Pittsburgh lawyer who decided one day to take a leave of absence and see the world;.
By sheer good fortune-he thinks-he runs into the English-speaking Dr. Darriero, an eccentric scientist who promises to bring him back to civilization.
His first novel, A Guest in the Jungle, focused a spotlight on the disappearing rainforest and the people who live there, and helped to kickstart the rainforest environmental movement His second novel, Brown, was named by Publishers Weekly as one of the Best Books of the Year, and was awarded The Critics’ Choice Award 1995-96 His third novel, THE GRADUATE STUDENT, was released in August 2009 as a digital eBook by Stay Thirsty Press.
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A Guest in the Jungle. Written by James Polster. Whitehill isn't exactly the outdoorsy type-he hikes in Brooks Brothers pants-so he is relieved when he meets a scientist perusing the jungle for medicinal plants and insects. Narrated by David Doersch. Of course, the good doctor's true motives are less than altruistic, and Whitehill soon finds himself being forcibly marched through the rainforest en route to certain death. When he escapes, with the help of some hungry vampire bats, Whitehill falls in with an English-speaking Indian whose tribe is at the heart of a raging land conflict.