Into the Heart of Borneo Characters

Redmond O'Hanlon
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Redmond O'Hanlon

Born in 1947, Redmond O'Hanlon is a British author who went to school at Oxford. In 1982 he became a member of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History and in 1984 part of the Royal Geographical Society. He edited the Times Literary Supplement for fifteen years. O'Hanlon is famous for his travel books, the first of which was Into the Heart of Borneo. In the book, O'Hanlon was a young rising star naturalist journalist, at the age of thirty-five.

O'Hanlon is the book's author and protagonist. The book is written entirely from his perspective and any conversations had when he is not present were later reconstructed. He is an avid reader and has prepared for his trip to Borneo by reading a large number of travel guides written by previous English explorers of Borneo. Often he describes their observations in great detail, particularly their descriptions of animals. O'Hanlon...

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