First published in 1914, Tarzan of the Apes is the first of several works by Edgar Rice Burroughs that delineate Tarzan’s manifold and amazing feats. Despite his reputation as a pulp writer, Burroughs spins an exhilarating yarn detailing the laws of the jungle and the intricate dilemmas of the British gentry as he examines the struggle between heredity and environment.
No one had ever crossed the Great thorn Forest until Tarzan of the Apes crashed his plane behind it. Within lay a beautiful country. But in it lived the Alali, strange stone-age giants whose women regarded all men as less than slaves. And beyond the Alali lay the country of the Ant-Men — little people only eighteen inches tall. There, in Trohanadalmakus, Tarzan was an honored guest—until he was captured by the warriors of Veltopismakus in one of the ant-men’s many wars. They had plans for the ape-man. They shrunk Tarzan to their size and set him to work as a quarry slave. Tarzan’s only hope is to make a daring escape. But what can an eight inch tall man do?
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