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Tarzan of the Apes Tarzan Of The Apes How Is This Book Unique Illustrations Included Free Audiobook Unabridged Edition Original Edition E Reader Friendly Tarzan Of The Apes Is A Novel Written By Edgar Rice Burroughs, The First In A Series Of Books About The Title Character Tarzan It Was First Published In The Pulp Magazine All Story Magazine In October, The Character Was So Popular That Burroughs Continued The Series Into The S With Two Dozen Sequels

10 thoughts on “Tarzan of the Apes

  1. says:

    Viscount Greystoke will see you now One of the advantages of riding the subway to work is getting extra reading time Coming home, though, I often have to stand for a good while before I can get a seat As it is not comfortable wrangling the actual book I am reading at a given t

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    Tarzan of the Apes was a pulp classic that spawned a slew of sequels, movies, radio and television shows and a community in California I was surprised, pleasantly by the style of writing, Edgar Rice Burroughs was a talented craftsman, and I am amazed at his ability to again and ag

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    Pulp fiction at its best I went in with low expectations and enjoyed it than I thought I would It s pulp fiction, but it s good pulp a fun romp and so very very silly Burroughs buys into all the prejudices of his time, but it s tough to blame him for being merely mortal Ignore it He

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    Remember this I liked that movie when I was younger Being the bookworm I am, as soon as I found out it was based in a book, I wanted to read it, thinking what I m sure most of us think when a book has movies Surely it is better And since the movie I knew is Disney s, then my second though

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    Here the fountainhead the story buried below a myriad adaptations E R Burroughs s dream did come true after all his Tarzan spun off into countless later tales films heck, even Broadway musicals Read this scant but brutal adventure tale with its due respect, for it includes examples of poetic

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    I must say, I was expecting from this book It takes inspiration from a wide array of very good adventure novels, but manages to be bigoted than the colonial literature that inspired it and less factual and forward looking than books written thirty years before.One of the major inspirations is H

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    Ah, how to begin Tarzan raised me from a little boy and helped me become a man After the Bobsey Twins, Hardy Boys, and, yes, Nancy Drew, I admit, came Tarzan, Return of Tarzan, Beasts of Tarzan, Son of Tarzan, Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar, yes 24 in all, and then the Mars series, and Moon, and Venus

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    I feel like I ve been waiting for a book like this my entire life, and here it was all this time, published long before I was even born.Is the light cast upon race and gender in this novel wrong and inappropriate Most definitely However, I read this book ignoring these things, not out of ignorance

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    Tarzan has become a larger than life myth that supersedes his own literary footprint signature traits like his yodeling yell and broken English me Tarzan, you Jane greeting are actually a Hollywood variation from the original story Burroughs tale of an Englishman raised by apes in the unexplored jungles of A

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    Silly to the point of being nonsensical unabashedly and un self consciously racist still, I enjoyed it when I first read it as a teen Tarzan is a member of the British aristocracy who is raised by the great apes Being an English aristocrat, he s much superior to all the animals of the jungle of course and soon b

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About the Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs

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.