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The Cloud Forest

Biography / Memoir
By: Peter Matthiessen(Author)
292 pages, 12 plates with b/w photos
Publisher: Vintage
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  • The Cloud Forest ISBN: 9781846553769 Paperback Sep 2009 Usually dispatched within 6 days
  • The Cloud Forest ISBN: 9780099449928 Paperback May 2003 Out of Print #136069
  • The Cloud Forest ISBN: 9780002721264 Paperback Dec 1994 Out of Print #67348
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Peter Mattiessen has long been known for his travels to some of the remotest lands on earth, most notably recorded in The Snow Leopard. The Cloud Forest brings to vivid life a South American journey that took him from the Sargasso Sea to the jungles of Amazonia, from the Inca city of Machu Picchu high in the Andes to the bleak rocks of Tierra del Fuego and the winds and vast skies of Patagonia. The result is an incisive and marvellously well-observed journal by a born writer and naturalist, a voyage of exploration among the people, places and fading wildlife of this most exotic and mysterious of continents.

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Peter Matthiessen is a naturalist, explorer and writer. His works of fiction include At Play in the Fields of the Lord, Far Tortuga and the acclaimed Watson Trilogy. His explorations have resulted in many fine works of non-fiction, among them Birds of Heaven, The Snow Leopard and The Tree where Man was Born. In November 2008, at age 81, he received his second National Book Award for Shadow Country, an 890-page revision of a trilogy of novels he released in the 1990s.

Biography / Memoir
By: Peter Matthiessen(Author)
292 pages, 12 plates with b/w photos
Publisher: Vintage
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"Beautifully told [...] Anyone who reads this book is almost certain to be infected with jungle fever and a desire to explore the wild, neglected continent to the south"
- Roger Tory Peterson

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