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H the Penan an indigenous tribe of peace loving nomads living among the Dayak people the fabled “Headhunters of Borneo” Bruno lived for years with the Penan gaining acceptance as a member of the tribe However when commercial logging began devouring the Penan’s homeland Bruno led the tribe against these outside forces earning him status as an enemy of the state but also worldwide fame Last Wild Men eBook as an environmental hero He escaped captivity under gunfire twice but the strain took a psychological toll Then in Bruno disappeared without a trace Had he become a madman a hermit or a martyrAmerican Michael Palmieri is in many ways Bruno’s opposite Evading the Vietnam War the Californian wandered the world finally settling in Bali in the s From there he staged expeditions into the Bornean jungle to acuire astonishing art and artifacts from the Dayaks He would become one of the world’s most successful tribal art field collectors supplying sacred works to prestigious.
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The Last Wild Men of BorneoMuseums and wealthy private collectors And yet suspicion shadowed this self styled buccaneer who made his living extracting the treasure of the Dayak Was he preserving or exploiting native cultureAs Carl Hoffman unravels the deepening riddle of Bruno’s disappearance and seeks answers to the uestions surrounding both men it becomes clear saint and sinner are not so easily defined and Michael and Bruno are in a sense two parts of one whole each spent his life in pursuit of the sacred fire of indigenous people The Last Wild Men of Borneo is the product of Hoffman’s extensive travels to the region guided by Penan through jungle paths traveled by Bruno and by Palmieri himself up rivers to remote villages Hoffman also draws on exclusive interviews with Manser’s family and colleagues and rare access to his letters and journals Here is a peerless adventure propelled by the entwined lives of two singular enigmatic men whose stories reveal both the grandeur and the precarious fate of the wildest place on earth..