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The Return of Tarzan
Edgar Rice Burroughs
July 2002 by Wildside Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
You must not feel that any explanation is due me. Paulvitch had flattened himself against the paneled wall of the corridor beyond. When the police gathered themselves together and reached the street their prisoner was nowhere to be seen. Opar and La figure in several subsequent novels. Tarzan makes occasional appearances as their present-day host.
A half hour later Tarzan was ushered into the room, and presently his hostess entered, smiling, and with outstretched hands. They have been starving there on the coast for weeks and then one day they are surrounded by a lion. The scene is a powerful one, a highlight both of the novel and of the Tarzan series as a whole. He then buried the gold so he could retain it later. The door opened.
He struck me, and I went mad. He teaches Tarzan how to speak French and behave among men. I am still surprised at how much I am enjoying this series book. I wondered at the ease with which you handled Nikolas and Paulvitch that night in my cabin.
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This novel is perhaps best known for two scenes; in the first, Tarzan is forced to fight Cathne's strongest man in its arena. If I would obtain the information for them he promised to go no farther, otherwise Rokoff, who stood without, was to notify the purser that I was entertaining a man other than my husband behind the locked doors of my cabin.
Sometimes D'Arnot accompanied him on his visits to the De Coude home, for he had long known both Olga and the count. She stood with one hand at her throat, crouching against the farther wall.
It puzzled the man considerably that there should be two on board—this girl and Count de Coude—who suffered indignities at the hands of Rokoff and his companion, and yet would not permit the offenders to be brought to justice. The man turned and was lost in the crowd at the exit before Tarzan could catch a good look at him, but he was confident that he had seen those eyes before and that they had been fastened on him this evening through no passing accident.
Along the way they find an orphaned lion cub, which Tarzan takes home and trains. Furthermore, the young man was unquestionably good to look at. Tarzan is fluent in French and English as well as the language of the beasts and the native African tribes who have learned to fear and respect him.
His sense of smell is highly developed and he is taught to hunt and kill to eat.
Tarzan is captured on the battle-ground and taken prisoner by the Veltopismakusians. When D'Arnot had concluded the narration of the events which had transpired the previous evening, a grim smile was playing about the lips of the policeman.
Tomorrow the count will hear of it. Until I was fifteen I had never seen a human being. Rider Haggard, H. Then Tarzan heard the woman's voice, level, but loud enough to distinguish her words. However, they were policemen, not judges, so they decided to place all the inmates of the room under arrest, and let another, whose business it was, separate the innocent from the guilty.
The boat reaches the same shore where Tarzan is present. He was but waiting now until the moment was propitious for a master stroke.
Rokoff and Paulvitch are Russian spies. In the first part of Tarzan Returns, he wears clothing, fights off killers in Paris and is hired by the French government to go undercover in North Africa.
He was to tell every one he met on the boat, and when we landed he was to have given the whole story to the newspaper men. But it must have been so—the sight of Rokoff there and the woman's later repudiation of me to the police make it impossible to place any other construction upon her acts.
In the end success seems beyond even his ability to achieve, until in the final chapter he and Jane are saved by their son Korakwho has been searching for Tarzan just as Tarzan has been searching for Jane. Later an expression of surprise and then one of horror superseded the others.
With male friends he is reserved but deeply loyal and generous. They'll be delighted to know that this sequel affords Tarzan and Jane another chance.
Tarzan had overheard but a few words: "And if she screams you may choke her until—" But those had been enough to arouse the spirit of adventure within him, and so he kept the two men in sight as they walked, briskly now, along the deck. The edition I read cost 99 cents for 26 complete novels.
Learning of Tarzan's plight, Bertha heroically leads the apes against the natives and frees them both. Shortly thereafter, he began what made his fortune and allowed him to name his own The work of Edgar Rice Burroughs should interest and inspire author and reader alike.
They did not handle the woman and the men who had not escaped any too gently when they took them to the station; they were a very sore and humiliated detail of police. After defeating a raid on their village by ivory raiders, Tarzan becomes their chief.May 30, · The Return of Tarzan audiobook by Edgar Rice Burroughs () The novel picks up where Tarzan of the Apes left off.
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The Return of Tarzan is not quite as good as the first book, but still a fun read, with lots of varied adventures from France to the Arabic North Africa to the jungles of Africa again.
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