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Published on 1972
Edited by Thialfi Sep 07, 2010
Through the brilliant, exhaustive research of Philip José Farmer, the true, astonishing saga of Lord Greystoke - better known as Tarzan of the Apes – can at last be told. It's all here, the facts meticulously separated from the fiction: Tarzan's imperiled birth on the shores of Africa... an intimate account of his upbringing by Kala (proven more homonoid than gorilloid)... his lifelong love for Jane (38-19-36)... the adventures in the golden city of Opar... travels to England, Paris, and Hollywood... the previously unknown years as an R.A.F. pilot... plus a heavily documented genealogy tracing Tarzan's ancestry to Sherlock Holmes, Nero Wolfe, ”Doc Savage”, and Bulldog Drummond...
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