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ISBN: 1596055227 / ISBN-13: 9781596055223

Jungle Tales of Tarzan


The young Tarzan was unlike the great apes who reared him--he had a thirst for knowledge that did not come to them. He was self-taught, and the human ... Show synopsis

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  • Jungle Tales of Tarzan (Cosimo Classics) – Trade paperback (2005)
    by Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Jungle Tales of Tarzan

    Trade paperback, Cosimo Classics
    328 pages

    ISBN: 1596055227
    ISBN-13: 9781596055223

    It was true that Tarzan and Tantor were the best of friends, and that Tarzan never yet had tasted of the flesh of the elephant; but the Gomangani evidently had slain one, and as they were eating of the flesh of their kill, Tarzan was assailed by no doubts as to the ethics of his doing likewise, should he have the opportunity. Had he known that the elephant had died of sickness several days before the blacks discovered the carcass, he might not have been so keen to partake of the feast, for Tarzan of the Apes was no carrion ... Show more

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Reviews of Jungle Tales of Tarzan

Overall customer rating: 5.000

One of the best Tarzan books

by DavidNOE on Jun 21, 2012

I actually bought this for my 10-year-old grandson; I have my own copy in hardback (and another on the Kindle) and have probably read it 30+ times in the 68 years since I was given my first copy. It deals with Tarzan's life with the apes in vastly more detail than TARZAN OF THE APES, and if you can sublimate the racism (I just assume Mbonga's villagers weren't actual Negroes, but an unknown race) the stories are first-rate.

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