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Keep the River on Your Rightby Tobias Schneebaum
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In 1955, armed with a penknife and the instructions 'Keep the river on your right,' the Brooklyn-born painter Tobias Schneebaum set off into the trackless jungles of Peru in search of a tribe of cannibals.
In 1955, armed with a penknife and instructions to keep the river on his right, Brooklyn-born artist Tobias Schneebaum set off into the jungles of Peru in search of a tribe of cannibals. Forgoing all contact with civilization, he lived as a brother with the Akaramas shaving and painting his body, hunting with Stone Age weapons, sleeping in the warmth of the body-pile.
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