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Delightful insights into the legend, this biography is written with a deep sense of empathy with Jim Corbett and his life in the Indian jungles and villages.Jim Corbett (1875-1955) is legendary for his classic hair-raising tales of life in the Indian jungles. Corbett was an expert shikari, having shot his first leopard at the age of eight. From the mid-1920s he took up the camera and became a staunch champion of the conservation of India's wildlife. Corbett's deep love for India was fittingly honored when the National Park he helped establish at the foot of the Kumaon Hills was named after him.

 

About the Author

Martin Booth (1944-2004) British writer and poet. He also worked as a teacher, scriptwriter, and publisher at the small press Sceptre Press. He wrote many novels, alongside works on travel and wildlife, biographies and children's books.

The specification in this catalogue, including without limitation, price, format, extent, number of illustrations, and month of publication, was as accurate as possible at the time the catalogue was compiled. Due to contractual restrictions, we reserve the right not to supply certain territories.
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Carpet Sahib: A Life Of Jim Corbett

ISBN: 9780195624861
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  • ISBN :9780195624861
  • Author: Martin Booth
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Pages: 278
  • Format: Paperback

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Delightful insights into the legend, this biography is written with a deep sense of empathy with Jim Corbett and his life in the Indian jungles and villages.Jim Corbett (1875-1955) is legendary for his classic hair-raising tales of life in the Indian jungles. Corbett was an expert shikari, having shot his first leopard at the age of eight. From the mid-1920s he took up the camera and became a staunch champion of the conservation of India's wildlife. Corbett's deep love for India was fittingly honored when the National Park he helped establish at the foot of the Kumaon Hills was named after him.

 

About the Author

Martin Booth (1944-2004) British writer and poet. He also worked as a teacher, scriptwriter, and publisher at the small press Sceptre Press. He wrote many novels, alongside works on travel and wildlife, biographies and children's books.

The specification in this catalogue, including without limitation, price, format, extent, number of illustrations, and month of publication, was as accurate as possible at the time the catalogue was compiled. Due to contractual restrictions, we reserve the right not to supply certain territories.

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