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The return of Tarzan / Edgar Rice Burroughs ; edited, with an afterword by Jonathan Kelley.

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Cumberland Headquarters F BURROUGHS (ABE) (Text) 31781060508577 Adult Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 1591940206 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9781591940203
  • Physical Description: 298 p. ; 18 cm.
  • Publisher: West Berlin, N.J. : Townsend Press, c2004.

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General Note: "All new material in this edition is copyright c. 2004 by Townsend Press." -- verso page.
Formatted Contents Note: Affair on the ocean liner -- Forging bonds of hate and-? -- What happened in the Rue Maule -- Countess explains -- Plot that failed -- Duel -- Dancing girl of Sidi Aissa -- Fight in the desert -- Numa El-Adrea -- Through the valley of the shadow -- John Caldwell, London -- Ships that pass -- Wreck of the Lady Alice -- Back to the primitive -- From ape to tribesman -- Ivory raiders -- White Chief of the Waziri -- Lottery of death -- City of gold -- La, the high priestess -- Castaways -- Treasure vaults of Opar -- Fifty frightful men -- How Tarzan came again to Opar -- Through the forest primeval -- Passing of the ape-man -- Afterword: About the author -- About the Return of Tarzan.
Summary, etc.: Product Description: Tarzan loves Jane, but she has promised to marry another. Heartsick and lonely, Tarzan sails to Paris to learn the ways of civilization from his friend D'Arnot. On board ship-and later in the cafes and streets of Paris-he learns that the jungle is not the only place where savage beasts dwell. Before setting foot on French soil, Tarzan is caught up in a whirlwind of blackmail, attempted murder, kidnapping, and the intrigues of desperate men and beautiful women. When a secret mission takes him back to Africa, he struggles with a decision: Can he stay in the world of the woman he has loved and lost? Or does destiny call him back to his original African home?
Subject: Tarzan (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Africa > Fiction.
Genre: Adult basic education reader.

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