ISBN 978-9962-715-48-1

Banana Man
Peeling and Revealing, Life in the Tropics

Autor:Stephens, Clyde S.
Editorial:Piggy Press
Materia:Historia de Panamá
Público objetivo:General
Número de edición:1
Número de páginas:262
Encuadernación:Tapa blanda o rústica


Delve into the captivating three-volume saga of BANANA MAN, a riveting narrative that traces the enduring legacy of banana pioneers. From the resilient second-generation ‘banana kids,’ who spent their formative years amidst the lush banana plantations and Company towns, to the harrowing tales of how two world wars left an indelible mark on many of their lives, this epic journey unveils a remarkable tapestry of history, resilience, and the enduring spirit of those who shaped a unique era.
Experience the cultural fusion, economic endeavors, and shared challenges as German immigrants carve out a new existence in the Tropics, their stories intricately woven into the vibrant tapestry of the United Fruit Company’s influence. From the echoes of World Wars to the swaying palms, this is a tale of resilience, adaptation, and the harmonious, yet complex, dance of lives shaped by the Tropics and the aspirations of a multinational enterprise.


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