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Jungle Tales of Tarzan e-book

Author:

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Action & Adventure

ePub size:

1730 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Waking Lion Press (July 17, 2006)

Pages:

212

ISBN:

1600962955

Jungle Tales of Tarzan e-book

by Edgar Rice Burroughs


Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875 – March 19, 1950) was an American fiction writer best known for his celebrated and prolific output in the adventure and science-fiction genres. Among the most notable of his creations are the jungle hero Tarzan, the heroic Mars adventurer John Carter, and the fictional landmass within Earth known as Pellucidar.

Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875 – March 19, 1950) was an American fiction writer best known for his celebrated and prolific output in the adventure and science-fiction genres. Burroughs' California ranch is now the center of the Tarzana neighborhood in Los Angeles.

Burroughs Edgar Rice. The Jungle Tales of Tarzan Edgar Burroughs 1 Tarzan's First Love TEEKA, STRETCHED AT luxurious ease in the shade of the tropical forest, presented, unquestionably, a most alluring picture of young, feminine loveliness. TEEKA, STRETCHED AT luxurious ease in the shade of the tropical forest, presented, unquestionably, a most alluring picture of young, feminine loveliness. Or at least so thought Tarzan of the Apes, who squatted upon a low-swinging branch in a near-by tree and looked down upon her.

Tarzan of the Apes was intenselyinterested, much more so, in fact, than Taug, the father. Now Tarzan felt no fear of Taug, nordid the unwritten law of the jungle demand that he should flee frombattle with any male, unless he cared to from purely personal reasons. But Tarzan liked Taug. Tarzan wasvery fond of Teeka. He had no grudge against him, and his man-mindtold him what the mind of an ape would never have deduced-that Taug'sattitude in no sense indicated hatred.

Chronologically the events recounted in it occur within Chapter 11 of the first Tarzan novel, Tarzan of the Apes, between Tarzan's avenging of his ape foster mother's death and his becoming leader of his ape tribe.

Edgar Rice Burroughs caught the imagination of generations with the creation of Tarzan –the ape man. While his first novels are better known, Jungle Tales of Tarzan are a return to origins, which depict a series of adventures occurring sometime during the events of the first novel. This novel was published in the form of several short stories in Blue Book magazine during 1916 and 1917. They were finally published in the form of the novel in 1919

1. Tarzan's First Love. TEEKA, STRETCHED AT luxurious ease in the shade of the tropical forest, presented, unquestionably, a most alluring picture of young, feminine loveliness

1. TEEKA, STRETCHED AT luxurious ease in the shade of the tropical forest, presented, unquestionably, a most alluring picture of young, feminine loveliness

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With this he made his way back through the jungle toward the village of the blacks, stopping to hunt and feed upon the way, and, in the afternoon, even napping for an hour, so that it was already dusk when he entered the great tree which overhung the palisade and gave him a view of the entire village.

This sixth book about Tarzan is actually a collection of short stories about Tarzan's childhood and teenage years as he is raised by the great apes, whose life consists mainly of foraging for food and defending territory Unlike his wild guardians, Tarzan wants to learn. He painfully teaches himself to read from books left by his dead father, and he seeks to apply his knowledge to the world around him. This collection includes some of the most fascinating tales ever written about Tarzan.
MarF
If you're already an admirer of Burne Hogarth's work you'll find "Jungle Tales of Tarzan" to be a feast for your eyes that will require multiple readings to properly take in. In glorious black and white Hogarth produces a visual tour de force that cements his place among the most influential artists in the comic story telling pantheon. The stories are a product of a different era and have to be judged accordingly. However, the attraction of this book isn't the stories but Hogarth's superb visuals that are worth the price of the book.
Snowskin
This is thrilling and interesting. Be warned: all the Tarzan series are very racist! You wouldn't know by the movies, but the books really highlight what people thought about other cultures during this time. I still gave it a good review because it's interesting to read these books and see what the values were during this time, plus it's a compelling, fast paced adventure book that is just good fun to read. This one is short stories about Tarzan.
Bev
Ad did not disclose that this book might have missing pages, it does. In fact 12 pages, the last 6 pages of one story and then the first 6 pages of the next story. Ads for this type of "Public Domain" scanned book should disclose this information. which is printed inside the front cover of this type of book!!
Tyler Is Not Here
This is one of the series of the Tarzan books written by this prolific author. The book is written in an easily readable style, and makes enjoyable pleasant, light reading.
The author is writing at the beginning of the 20th century, when much of the African continent was unknown. It is interesting to follow the workings of his mind, as he creates a series of interesting and unique civilizations for Tarzan and the reader to explore.
As part of the format, one knows that our hero will find himself in mortal peril, but will predictably always escape, allowing us to look forward to the next book in the series.
Abywis
I read all 24 of the Tarzan books when I was a kid, and it's great fun to revisit them on my Kindle. 'Jungle Tales of Tarzan' is a collection of short stories dealing with Tarzan as a youth, before he met Jane and became civilized. The stories clearly come from an era with different mindsets, but they're still quite enjoyable, dealing with Tarzan's first love (a beautiful she-ape, of course), Tarzan's perception of God, Tarzan "adopting" a son, and other fun escapades from the ever-fertile imagination of Burroughs.
Hono
Jungle Tales of Tarzan probably isn't politically correct by today's standards but if you enjoy adventure you owe it to yourself to read Tarzan in its original form rather than watching the Hollywood interpretation. This Tarzan doesn't have a cute Chimp sidekick. This Tarzan is the alpha male of a tribe of huge apes and is feared and/or respected by both the animals and humans who call the jungle home. It is the story of a man who has reverted physically to a primitive form. But that primitive man sometimes clashes with a more civilized conscience.
Ygglune
WHEN I WAS IN JR HIGH SCHOOL STARTED READING THE BURROUGHS BOOKS BUT SOME OF THEM WERE CENSORED BY THE SCHOOL LIBRARIES BECAUSE THEY WERE QUESTIONABLE MORALS. I PURCHASED MY OWN COPIES IN PAPERBACK TO READ AN UNCENCORED COPY. I THEN REREAD THEM WHEN I FINISHED MY LUNCH AND WAITED FOR MY NEXT CLASS TO START. LIKE THE TITLE AN OLD FRIEND. WHEN HOMELESS HAD TO SELL ALL THE BOOKS SO NOW I AM TRYING TO REBUILD MY LIBRARY AGAIN.
He as a way of telling a story. I think that is way I have always enjoyed the Tarzan sagas, both as a child and an adult. ????

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