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New York Lawyer and Author Joseph Bulgatz Writes a Unique Guide to Trees Created by the Human Imagination

In “A Field Guide to Imaginary Trees,” the author brings readers to the wonderful world of the remarkable, mystic, and unique characteristics of different imaginary trees that are created in works of literature, philosophy, folklore and the like.


“This is a tree book unlike any other.” – Joseph Bulgatz

Joseph Bulgatz surely celebrates the wonderful world of imaginary trees in this interesting guide. He recognizes that, while trees have long been admired and studied in textbooks and other resources, those majestic and mystical ones should be studied, too. He sparks each reader’s imagination as he dives deeper into the colorful history of how each one came to be.
“A Field Guide to Imaginary Trees” is definitely a tree guide unlike any other. Other guides describe different trees in the world by sharing information like its habitat, form, and structure but Bulgatz opens up a rich and fascinating world of many imaginary trees shared in literature, the Bible, mythology, folklore, and history.
He talks about some of the well-known ones just like: The Tree of Life and The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. He also shares about the mystical trees introduced in mythology and philosophy. Indeed, it’s a unique and interesting exploration of these imaginary trees that are as strong, rich, and majestic as the real trees that exist around the world.
Ready to open the eyes and minds of many more readers, “A Field Guide to Imaginary Trees” is set to join the upcoming 2018 Frankfurt International Book Fair this coming October 10-14, 2018. Known as the biggest trade fair for books, this much-anticipated affair will surely be filled with thousands of different books from different genres so it’s definitely worth checking out!
A Field Guide to Imaginary Trees
Written by: Joseph Bulgatz
Published by: XLIBRIS
Published date: June 23, 2005
Paperback price: $21.99
About the Author
Joseph Bulgatz is a lawyer who lives in New York City. He is also the author of “More Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds,” the sequel to Charles Mackay’s classic work on manias famous for its treatment of the Tulipmania, the South Sea Bubble, and the Mississippi Land Scheme.

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 A Field Guide
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