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Jungle Tales of Tarzan - Tarzan

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Publisher: Wildside Press

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Summary

This collection of 12 short stories chronicles Tarzan's late teenage years, within a year or two before Tarzan first encounters white people (including Jane Porter). In this volume are:
 
Tarzan's First Love The Capture of Tarzan The Fight for the Balu The God of Tarzan Tarzan and the Black Boy The Witch-Doctor Seeks Vengeance The End of Bukawai The Lion The Nightmare The Battle for Teeka A Jungle Joke Tarzan Rescues the Moon

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