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Canasta de cuentos mexicanos- Bruno Traven
The writer with the pen name B. A very interesting document is a small notebook with entries in the English language. Archived from mexianos original on 19 August The Ret Marut hypothesis did not explain how the former actor and anarchist reached Mexico; it did not provide any information about his early life either.
Archived from the original on The circumstances of this journey are not clear either.
Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved July 10, The copyright holder named in his books was “B. Traven in Mexico is also connected with the names of Berick Traven Torsvan and Hal Cufntos, both of whom appeared and acted in different periods of the writer’s life.
Huston also brought the matter up in his autobiography,  published inwhere he wrote that he had been considering first that Croves might be Traven, but after observing his behaviour he had come to the conclusion that this was not the case.
Most agree that Traven was Ret Maruta German stage actor and anarchistwho supposedly left Europe for Mexico around  who had edited an anarchist newspaper in Germany called Der Ziegelbrenner [The Travem and who himself possibly operated travn the same pseudonym.
B. Traven – Wikipedia
Traven”, published in The Germanic Review in June A study of B. Traven’s books in Mexico, admitted in that he had invented and circulated the story to boost interest in the writer’s novels. T to T, via ancestry. The novels describe the life of Mexican Indians in the state of Chiapas in mexicanod early 20th century who are forced to work under inhuman conditions at clearing mahogany in labour camps monterias in the jungle; this results in rebellion and the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution.
He started his career in Idar today Idar-Oberstein.
He was finally arrested and imprisoned as a foreigner without a residence permit in Brixton PrisonLondon on 30 November Records of the Board of Trade and of successor and related bodies. Although the author does not offer any positive programme, he always indicates the cause of suffering of his heroes.
The creative person should have no other biography than his works.
Some of the most common hypotheses, apart from those already mentioned, are presented below:. Wyatt and Robinson did research in brnuo Polish archives and confirmed the authenticity of these facts; both the date and place of birth and the Christian names of Feige’s parents agreed with Marut’s testimony. Traven’s books were originally written in English and only later translated into German by a Swiss translator. In his presentation of oppression and exploitation, Traven did not limit himself to the criticism of capitalism; in the centre of his interest there were rather racial persecutions of Mexican Indians.
The author of the first hypothesis concerning B.
Traven submitted his works himself or through his representatives for publication from Mexico to Europe by post and gave a Mexican post office box as his return address.
Gale, the person and the name, could have been the source for the figure of Gerald Gale, the hero of many novels by B.
Marut also became politically engaged when, inhe launched the periodical Der Ziegelbrenner The Brick Burner with a clearly anarchistic profile its last issue appeared in Traven’s writings can be best described as “proletarian adventure novels”. Traven’s Ret Marut’s life in Mexico was as mysterious as his fate in Europe.
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Traven Bruno Traven in some accounts was the pen name of a presumably German novelist, whose real name, nationality, date and place of birth and details of biography are nruno subject to dispute.
Doubts about Aslan Norval remain and exacerbate the problems of the writer’s identity and the true authorship of his books.
Incidentally, Marut had also applied for US citizenship earlier when he lived in Germany.
Robinson showed photographs of Marut and Traven to a brother and a sister of Feige, and they appeared to recognise the person in the photos as their brother. Dressing his novels in the costume of adventure or western literature, the writer seeks to appeal to the less educated, and first of all to the working class.
During the visit reporters tried to induce Croves to admit to being Traven, but in vain. All this may explain why Traven always claimed to be American and denied any connections with Germany; a warrant, in the German Reichhad been out for Ret Marut’s arrest since