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Here are fascinating insights into the spiritual beliefs, myths and superstitions associated with the tiger, as well as discussion on how they have evolved, how they live in the wild, and the dangers now facing them.

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** Shop Soiled. Dust cover slightly worn **
 
`Glorious … you`re knocked sideways by full page after massive page of superb pictures … so rich is the scope that is almost a course on anthropology and ancient literature as well as a feast for tigerholics` – The Shetland Times 
 
Jean-Jacques Annaud`s film Two Brothers, which tells the story of two tiger cubs captured in Cambodia in the 1920s, has led Karine Lou Matignon to explore the eternal tale of love and fear that we have with the largest of the big cats. 
 
Here are fascinating insights into the spiritual beliefs, myths and superstitions associated with the tiger, as well as discussion on how they have evolved, how they live in the wild, and the dangers now facing them. 
 
The book is stunningly illustrated with stills from the film, among them shots of the marvellous scenery of Angkor and the Cambodian villages where the film is set, as well as many historical images of the tiger – paintings, drawings, frescoes, circus posters, hunting scenes and photographs.
 
Foreword by Jean-Jacques Annaud
Text by Karine Lou Matignon 
Photographs by David Koskas
Prologue by Boris Cyrulnik
 
Reviews
 
`A must for all those who love spectacular images of wildlife … good stuff!` - – Outdoor Photography 
 
`Glorious … you`re knocked sideways by full page after massive page of superb pictures … so rich is the scope that is almost a course on anthropology and ancient literature as well as a feast for tigerholics` - – The Shetland Times

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