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This was a great story, although a bit farfetched even in E R Burroughs day (but entertaining). Unfortunately whoever scanned this book left out half of chapter 3, and all of chapter 4 (I guess it hard to fine good, competant help even in the library).
Review: Tarzan the Terrible (Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan #8)User Review - Justin Anthony - Goodreads
I'll be honest, I was getting burned out on the Tarzan series. I loved the first three books, liked Son Of, but the last couple were just the same thing repeated and I was getting bored. So I started ... Read full review
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Page 372 - Greystoke and from his notes, there have been gleaned a number of interesting items relative to the language and customs of the inhabitants of Pal-uldon that are not brought out in the story. For the benefit of those who may care to delve into the derivation of the proper names used in the text, and thus obtain some slight insight into the language of the race, there is appended an incomplete glossary taken from some of Lord Greystoke's notes.
Page 374 - ... above the eyes, a median horn on the nose, a horny beak, and a great bony hood or transverse crest over the neck. Their toes, five in front and three behind, were provided with hoofs, and the tail was large and strong.
Page 77 - ... of the spine being red, while those on either side are yellow. The five- and three-toed hoofs of the ancient horned dinosaurs had become talons in the gryf, but the three horns, two large ones above the eyes and a median horn on the nose, had persisted through all the ages.
Page 62 - Even the old hills of Pal-ul-don appear never twice alike — the brilliant sun, a passing cloud, the moon, a mist, the changing seasons, the sharp clearness following a storm; these things bring each a new change in our hills. From birth to death, day by day, there is constant change in each of us. Change, then, is one of Jad-ben-Otho's laws.
Page 372 - ... an even number of syllables, and end with a consonant, while the names of the females of the same species begin with a vowel, have an odd number of syllables, and end with a vowel. On the contrary, the names of the male hairy black pithecanthropi...
Page 311 - For some reason which he did not try to explain to himself, he was glad...
Page 130 - To Tarzan the banquet was a dismal and tiresome affair, since so great was the interest of the guests in gorging themselves with food and drink that they had no time for conversation, the only vocal sounds being confined to a continuous grunting...
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