Tarzan of the Apes (Google eBook)

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A. C. McClurg & Company, 1914 - Tarzan (Fictitious character) - 401 pages
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I also adore the author's writing style. - Goodreads
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Review: Tarzan of the Apes (Tarzan #1)

User Review  - Vlad - Goodreads

Before delving into the review itself, it's important to note several relevant biographical details about Edgar Rice Burroughs. The guy was not a writer. At the age of 36, he was a life-time loser who ... Read full review

Review: Tarzan of the Apes (Tarzan #1)

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Tarzan remains Edgar Rice Burroughs' most famous creation. Apart from the huge sales of the many Tarzan novels the character appeared in numerous movies and television series. Like Sherlock Holmes ... Read full review

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Page 257 - For a moment the first in her young life she knew the meaning of love. But as suddenly as the veil had been withdrawn it dropped again, and an outraged conscience suffused her face with its scarlet mantle, and a mortified woman thrust Tarzan of the Apes from her and buried her face in her hands. Tarzan had been surprised when he had found the girl he had learned to love after a vague and abstract manner a willing prisoner in his arms. Now he was surprised that she repulsed him. He came close...
Page 57 - He could drop twenty feet at a stretch from limb to limb in rapid descent to the ground, or he could gain the utmost pinnacle of the loftiest tropical giant with the ease and swiftness of a squirrel. Though but ten years old he was fully as strong as the average man of thirty, and far more agile than the most practiced athlete ever becomes. And day by day his strength was increasing.

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