Das Mädchen, das aus dem Dschungel kam: Eine Kindheit unter Affen (2020)

Das Mädchen, das aus dem Dschungel kam: Eine Kindheit unter Affen Marina Chapman Sabine Längsfeld Das M dchen das aus dem Dschungel kam Eine Kindheit unter Affen Ein Leben das f r drei reicht ersch tternd unfassbar herzergreifend Kurz vor ihrem f nften Geburtstag wird Marina aus ihrem Dorf in Kolumbien entf hrt und im Dschungel ausgesetzt Ein kleines M dche
  • Title: Das Mädchen, das aus dem Dschungel kam: Eine Kindheit unter Affen
  • Author: Marina Chapman Sabine Längsfeld
  • ISBN: 9783499614590
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
Das Mädchen, das aus dem Dschungel kam: Eine Kindheit unter Affen Marina Chapman Sabine Längsfeld Ein Leben, das f r drei reicht ersch tternd, unfassbar, herzergreifend Kurz vor ihrem f nften Geburtstag wird Marina aus ihrem Dorf in Kolumbien entf hrt und im Dschungel ausgesetzt Ein kleines M dchen, ganz auf sich gestellt, eigentlich chancenlos in der Wildnis V llig ver ngstigt irrt sie umher, bis sie auf ihre Retter trifft Kapuzineraffen, die sie in ihren Clan auEin Leben, das f r drei reicht ersch tternd, unfassbar, herzergreifend Kurz vor ihrem f nften Geburtstag wird Marina aus ihrem Dorf in Kolumbien entf hrt und im Dschungel ausgesetzt Ein kleines M dchen, ganz auf sich gestellt, eigentlich chancenlos in der Wildnis V llig ver ngstigt irrt sie umher, bis sie auf ihre Retter trifft Kapuzineraffen, die sie in ihren Clan aufnehmen und von denen sie schlie lich alles lernt, was sie im Dschungel braucht Je mehr Zeit sie mit den Affen verbringt, desto mehr vergisst Marina ihr Menschenleben Doch dann, nach etwa f nf Jahren, wird sie von Wilderern entdeckt und an ein Bordell verkauft Es gelingt ihr, den schrecklichen Verh ltnissen dort zu entfliehen, und nach einer langen Odyssee findet sie schlie lich Freunde, die ihr ein normales Leben in der Menschenwelt erm glichen.
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  1. Petra X

    I don t believe that the author was raised by monkeys I believe, as one of the articles I read suggested, that she lived near monkeys and got to know them very well and they were perhaps, her solace, during a traumatic childhood I think that the author and her daughter believe she was raised by monkeys though Between disbelief and execrable writing, I couldn t finish the book I stuck it for 20 chapters and I ve given in There is an article that brings up the point of dissociation, written by one [...]

  2. Angela Oliver

    Some might say that this book cannot possibly be true, some might look at the release date and wonder if something else is up But truth be told or not, it doesn t matter this was an utterly engrossing read I devoured it in 24 hours, and found myself totally immersed The writing style, at the beginning, is written in the manner of a child not a child as young as Marina actually was, but with the same innocence and naive outlook on the world Why the child was dropped in the forest, we shall never [...]

  3. Jessica

    The sort of story that once started, I have to finish in nearly one sitting A fascinating account of a woman whose childhood was spent in part among monkeys in the Colombian jungle as a five year old, she was kidnapped, then abandoned in the jungle Later, surrendering herself to a stranger, she is sold to become a slave worker in a brothel but her wits, along with a kindly neighbor s warning, keep her from actually becoming a prostitute Street life and follow but Marina s wits, well honed in th [...]

  4. Rachel

    There is much controversy as to whether this story is true or not I don t know that it really matters I m sure it matters to the author and to Marina herself Regardless, the messages and circumstances in the book itself are quite good This book has made me look at things a little differently Maybe a little less judgmental of those who are less fortunate We don t know how people get where they do It has made me think of family members who were abused and adopted into our family and maybe have a l [...]

  5. Tara

    I bought this book because I love monkeys, and wanted to read this fascinating memoir about a Colombian child abducted and abandoned in a jungle, then taken in by a band of Capuchin monkeys The writing is simple Chapman s daughter interviewed her and they brought in a ghost writer to finish the work , but the story is riveting and revealing While I was a tad disappointed that only about 1 4 of the book takes place in the jungle, the book does pick up when Chapman reenters society She goes from a [...]

  6. Julie

    A good story An incredible story I m not sure how I feel about this one The ghost writer did a great job in spinning a provocative tale of a young Colombian girl who was kidnapped from her home, abandoned in the jungle, and left to fend for herself in the wilds She was apparently befriended by a troupe of capuchin monkeys and lived among them for several years until her human urges induced her to re connect with humans She revealed herself to two humans who turn out to be animal poachers , and t [...]

  7. Orsolya

    Have you ever been asked if you were raised by monkeys during a particular miscreant childhood episode Marina Chapman may be the only person who can answer with an affirmative Chapman, along with daughter Vanessa James and co writer ghostwriter Lynn Barrett Lee, opens up her childhood trauma of being kidnapped and dumped in a jungle in The Girl with No Name The Incredible True Story of a Child Raised by Monkeys Chapman has a harrowing tale which sounds almost too far fetched to be true she was k [...]

  8. Barbara M

    This was a highly unusual story about a young girl, about 5 years old, kidnapped in Columbia and deserted in the jungle She lived among the monkeys imitating and befriending them in order to survive After years of living among the monkeys, she is finally found by a human being who sells her into slavery She lived as a slave and was beaten regularly She escaped and lived as a street kid begging and stealing on the streets of Columbia She moved from one bad environment to another throughout her yo [...]

  9. Lori

    This book is a memoir by Marina Chapman When she was almost five she was kidnapped from her yard in Columbia and left deep in the forest to die Well she did not die A group of monkeys eventually allowed her into their family For five years she went from being a human to behaving like her monkey family learning how to climb trees and find food and shelter She walked around on all fours and soon forgot her native language She was found about five years later Although these people got her out of th [...]

  10. Donna

    The Girl With No Name The Incredible Story of a Child Raised by Monkeys Marina Chapman with Vanessa James and Lynne Barrett Lee Pegasus Books 2013 The Girl With No Name is a powerful true story of a preschooler in Colombia who is cruelly kidnapped from her home and then tragically abandoned in the remote jungles of Colombia Alone and afraid, the traumatized 5 year old girl gradually becomes one with a group of monkeys who basically help teach her, keep her alive and accept her into their jungle [...]

  11. Monty

    This book was totally fascinating and I sometimes wondered if it were fiction or non fiction similar to the Mutant Message from Down Under My guess is that it is true, though in any event it is truly a case of survival and of the range of human cruelty and kindness Here is a link that summarizes the book and includes a video interview with the author Personally, I recommend reading it theguardian science 20

  12. Don Priest

    An interesting story, but the part that drew me in was her time in the jungle, and that ends all too abruptly After that, it s just not terribly interesting Her time with the monkeys definitely molded her, but after a brief rough point, she doesn t seem to have any trouble fitting in than any other orphan in Colombia at the time The memoir also ends far too early, when she s only about 14 What about the rest of her teenage years When and how did she meet her husband, what does she do with her l [...]

  13. Ionia

    You can t read this book and not feel something for Marina This essentially begins after a short preface with the kidnapping of a young girl who is abandoned and then forced to live on her own in the wilds of Columbia For years, she goes undiscovered, relying on a group of monkeys to teach her to survive She therefore learns to live in a rather uncivilised manner and has a very difficult time adapting to life when she is rescues and brought to live among people once I can t imagine that all of [...]

  14. Jean

    In 1954, in a remote mountain village in South America, a little girl was abducted She was four years old Marina Chapman was stolen from her housing estate and then abandoned deep in the Colombian jungle That she survived is a miracle Two days later, half drugged, terrified, and starving, she came upon a troop of capuchin monkeys Acting entirely on instinct, she tried to do what they did she ate what they ate and copied their actions, and little by little, learned to fend for herself.Thus begins [...]

  15. Faith Spinks

    I spotted this book on my sister s bookshelf and thought it looked interesting My sister had already read it and found it only so so I, however, was fascinated from the start and was reluctant each time I had to put it down.Marina s story is fascinating Kidnapped at a young age from home and then dumped in the jungle she was adopted into a monkey family and spent years growing up amongst them But this is by no means the limit to the challenges she has to overcome as she grows up Throughout her y [...]

  16. Mary Anne

    Truly an amazing book, that I really did not believe it was true, but it was.Starts out with Marina being dropped off in the Columbian jungle at about age 4 5 years by 2 men She has very little memory of her early childhood In the jungle she begins to search for water, food She keeps the faith that her mother will come to find her, although that never happens She meets and lives with the monkeys, eats with them, is protected by them and loves them, as they are her only family She has no idea how [...]

  17. Audrey

    This is an absolutely incredible true story of a young girl who faced extreme hardships and eventually found her forever home Before her fifth birthday she was stolen from her parental home Her kidnappers abandoned her in the Columbian jungle where she lived with a troupe of monkeys for another five years She has fond memories of her time in the jungle and for years afterwards she missed her family However despite becoming very much of an animal herself, the girl realized she was a human and nee [...]

  18. Kathleen

    The nigh unbelievable memoir of a girl who escaped captivity in the Colombian rain forest as a five year old and spent the next few years of her life trying to mimic monkeys in an attempt to learn survival skills She makes it very clear that these are wild animals, but she also makes it very clear that they helped her, welcomed her, and treated her as a strange member of their troop Maybe it says something about me that I find the later parts of the story where she is a thieving street kid beli [...]

  19. Brittany

    Okay, Intially I really enjoyed this story The whole living in the jungle thing got my attention and I appreciated the details that answered the questions I might have Like how does she go to the bathroom Bathe Etc view spoiler But then she leaves the jungle and this is where the book lost me She ends up at home after home filled with abuse and a few random kind ppl that she wonders what happened to over and over Then after all of these horrible experiences, she finds a good home and the book en [...]

  20. Janice Dick

    This book is about a girl who was raised by monkeys, a friend said recently She had the book in hand, and I was interested Thinking The Jungle Book She lent me her copy and I read it in a couple of days The Girl with No Name is the fascinating account of the life of Marina Chapman, kidnapped from her home in Colombia in the early 1950s at the age of almost five, and growing up in two of the country s most frightening jungles the rainforest and the city This is, according to an afterward by the g [...]

  21. Ann

    I couldn t make up my mind whether to shelve this as fiction or non fiction A lot of the book reads like fantasy and I don t believe it.

  22. Nicole

    Ein Leben, das f r drei reicht ersch tternd, unfassbar, herzergreifend.Kurz vor ihrem f nften Geburtstag wird Marina aus ihrem Dorf in Kolumbien entf hrt und im Dschungel ausgesetzt Ein kleines M dchen ist eigentlich chancenlos in der Wildnis V llig ver ngstigt trifft sie auf ihre Retter Kapuzineraffen, die sie in ihren Clan aufnehmen und von denen sie schlie lich alles lernt, was sie im Dschungel braucht Nach etwa f nf Jahren wird sie von Wilderern entdeckt und an ein Bordell verkauft Es geling [...]

  23. Dylan Law

    Marina Chapman s The Girl with No Name tells the story of Marina s childhood in the treacherous Colombian jungle, where she is raised by monkeys, trying to survive The book is set in the middle of a jungle after Marina is kidnapped and left there all by herself at the age of four, not knowing what to do or where she was Marina tries to stay alive by copying the monkeys actions and eating what they ate, recalling a saying she learned, monkey see, monkey do, which kept her alive for about 6 years [...]

  24. Lorenzo Lara

    I enjoyed mostly Marina s remembrances of her childhood in the jungle After a hard and not so short period adapting to living with the monkeys, she recalls I don t think I even thought in human language any So I d no longer consciously think up something as abstract as a name My life had become all about sounds and emotions And missions All of life was now broken into missions Missions to find food Missions to find company Missions to find a safe place to hide if there was a danger I had only t [...]

  25. Nicola-Jane

    A remarkable memoir by Marina Chapman, written with the help of her daughter and a ghost writer I read this in 2 days after watching the SBS documentary in which Marina was scientifically tested by a number of psychological and primate experts, leading to overwhelming evidence to back up her story She was abandoned in the jungle when nearly 5 years old and attached herself to a troop of capuchin monkeys, possibly till about age 10 learning to feed herself by copying their eating habits, and afte [...]

  26. Alison

    This was a fascinating story of a young girl, four yrs old, who in the 1950 s was abducted from her village in Columbia, she does not know why and taken by two men and left in the middle of a jungle There she had to fend for herself and after a couple of days she encountered a group of monkeys and she remembered her mother saying lo que hace el mono lo hace el mico which would be the Spanish version of Monkey see monkey do and in this way she was able to see how to survive She was eventually acc [...]

  27. Liralen

    One has to wonder how much easier she might have had it had she been older and also how much of her survival is attributable to her age On the one hand, the older one is the basic survival skills one is likely to have picked up on the other hand, her age probably played a part in her willingness to mimic other creatures, and her small size probably made her less threatening to the monkeys.There s so much I wish I knew much of which I suspect the author couldn t tell anyway , but also numerous [...]

  28. Crystal

    The book about a feral child that I ve been waiting for This account of a 6 year old Colombian girl who is kidnapped from her home, dumped in the jungle, and left there for years was astonishing in its simple, vivid detail of the monkeys, birds, and other animals who become her surrogate family She doesn t romanticize, she just tells what happened to her and how desperately lonely afraid she was during much of that time I liked the details about what happens to her clothing, the state of her hai [...]

  29. Deb

    Incredible and fascinating true story of a woman who was abandoned in the jungle in Colombia at the age of almost 5 and lived with the monkeys for several years before unfortunately seeking out human contact and finding it with an exploitive household She becomes a street kid for a while, stays in a convent until its restrictions are too much and she goes back to the streets, and eventually finds her way Story has a happy ending not a spolier alert you know from teh beginning.I would almost not [...]

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