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Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan

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        StatementDark Horse Books
        PublishersDark Horse Books
        LC Classifications2012
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 115 p. :
        Number of Pages52
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        ISBN 10nodata

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To me this instinct is definitely good, and most of the viewers were surprised by that aspect of the teaser. " Fifteen cents would have gotten you a copy. But viewing him understandingly in modern times and depicting him according to assumptions, distorted and prejudiced, of earlier periods are two different matters. Lord Clayton is killed by a tribe of apes, but the baby is saved by a female ape named Kala who takes the human baby with her to raise as one of her own.

In that day, authors were paid by the word. ~ Edgar Rice Burroughs Official Website

That it was not only acceptable, Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan perfectly normal to consider people of other races as less than the "white man" is hard to reconcile with modern thinking. Stimbol realised that he must act quickly and at the same instant a great hairy man reached out through the foliage and a might hand closed over his shoulders.

Lord and Lady Greystoke with Basuli and Mugambi rode together at the head of the column, laughing and talking together in that easy familiarity which common interests and mutual respect breed between honest and intelligent men of any races.

Tarzan started off as a character written by Edgar Rice Burroughs 1875-1950 in the 1912 All-Story Magazine before being edited into a series of books and films. During this period, he had copious spare time and he began reading many pulp fiction magazines and claimed: ". They did this sort of thing with kids' shows all through the seventies.