EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
Tarzan of the Apes

Tarzan is the orphaned son of a British nobleman, adopted while a baby by a tribe of anthropoid apes and cared for by a fierce animal foster-mother. He learns all the secrets of the wilds, he acquires the strength and agility of his associates, and in time his human intelligence aids him in becoming the leader of the tribe. His fearless encounters with the jungle terrors, his slowly dawning realization that he is a man, are experiences such as have been nowhere else described with so absorbing an interest. When he meets with others of his kind and is able to note the strange differences, when he sees the woman who should be his mate but is separated from him by unsurmountable obstacles, even greater trials are before him. It is more than a strong, unique story--it is one that will be remembered and read again and again through the coming years.



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LP1: TARZAN OF THE APES by Edgar Rice Burroughs
This is a textural reprint of the A. L. Burt book printing which used the original A. C. McClurg printing plates, reprinted in Large Print Format.

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