Tarzan of the Apes, Three Complete Novels: Tarzan of the Apes/The Son of Tarzan/Tarzan at the Earth's Core

Tarzan of the Apes, Three Complete Novels: Tarzan of the Apes/The Son of Tarzan/Tarzan at the Earth's Core

Edgar Rice Burroughs Estaban Maroto J. Allen St. John / Feb 28, 2020

Tarzan of the Apes Three Complete Novels Tarzan of the Apes The Son of Tarzan Tarzan at the Earth s Core Tarzan of the Apes Tarzan orphaned babe in Africa adopted by ape grows strong loses love The Son of Tarzan Jack flees to Africa with ape Akut grows strong finds love Tarzan at the Earth s Core

  • Title: Tarzan of the Apes, Three Complete Novels: Tarzan of the Apes/The Son of Tarzan/Tarzan at the Earth's Core
  • Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs Estaban Maroto J. Allen St. John
  • ISBN: 9780517189078
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 Tarzan of the Apes Tarzan orphaned babe in Africa adopted by ape, grows strong, loses love2 The Son of Tarzan Jack flees to Africa with ape Akut, grows strong, finds love3 Tarzan at the Earth s Core Tarzan leads expedition by dirigible to Pellucidar Jason Gridley wants to rescue Emperor David from Kosaks.

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      • Edgar Rice Burroughs Estaban Maroto J. Allen St. John

        Edgar Rice Burroughs was an American author, best known for his creation of the jungle hero Tarzan and the heroic John Carter, although he produced works in many genres.


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    1. Author "Burroughs violated" rule of "beginning writers: he wrote on things he knew nothing about" p vii, leading to inconsistencies, impossibilities. Yet wimpy Lady nearly sinks newlyweds, ape nurses boy, brave hero wins gory fights. In funny scene, near-sighted Samuel T. Philander tugs at doddery Prof Archimedes Q. Porter who believes pursuing lion runs loose in zoo, not free in nameless island. Maybe because I read Pellucidar stories together, I prefer jungle stay apart from invented monsters [...]


    2. I read these a good thirty years ago, when I was a boy. It took me a while (about five or six books) till I realized they all revolve around the same plot: the kidnapping of Jane by various nefarious people. Even as a kid the racist elements upset me. But the character of Tarzan was such a compelling fantasy--living at one with nature--that I tried to overlook them. Incredibly dated now, the series is still an interesting historical document, and--if you can get past a white man being the lord o [...]


    3. Growing up (in the 70's) I read ALL of the Tarzan books (we had over 20 in the series -- I wonder if my mother still has them -- I hope so). I loved these books, but I especially loved the first 3 books. I cannot recommend these books enough. When reading, simply remember they were written in another time (you can actually get a glimpse of that time in the writing). If you're curious, you're likely to enjoy these books.


    4. I read this in my teens. I think my sister collected about 20 of the Tarzan books. The latter ones (Tarzan and the Monkey People -- I'm making this up) are probably not worth reading. But the first 3 books are truly amazing. The concept itself (a man raised by apes) is just so unique.



    5. I'll admit it. I am a Tarzan freak. I love wondering who we would be if society wasn't in the way. Still makes me want to fly down the stairs on a silver serving platter.



    6. Great escapist fun. They're much darker than what's portrayed in movies. The Son of Tarzan is a bit slow but the other two are highly recommended.


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