The Return of Tarzan

The Return of Tarzan

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In this thrilling sequel to Tarzan of the Apes, the Lord of the Jungle tries to find his place in the world after nobly renouncing his birthright as Lord Greystoke and the opportunity to marry Jane Porter, the woman he loves. Rather than return to his African jungle home, Tarzan chooses instead to live as a civilized man in Paris. But on the voyage to France, Tarzan becomes embroiled in treacherous royal intrigues, earning the enmity of the villainous and dangerous Nikolas Rokoff. Now a powerful enemy, an infuriated Rokoff intends to settle the score with Tarzan, no matter what the cost. - Back cover.
Publisher: New York : Fall River Press, [2011]
ISBN: 9781435134447
1435134443
Branch Call Number: x
Characteristics: 274 pages ; 21 cm

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If you loved the first book, TARZAN OF THE APES, as much as I did, you'll feel compelled to read this one, which answers the love-triangle questions left unresolved at the end of OF THE APES. Lord knows I have needed those questions answered, as, even though I read deeper/ later into the series, Burroughs strayed from the Tarzan-Jane romance, only to return in a peripheral way. By the way, there was never a chimpanzee named Cheetah involved in Burroughs' creation.// In RETURN, Tarzan continues the process of self-education begun in Africa, when he was taught French, the only man-language he knew, until he and Jane reached civilization. Tarzan became a library rat, and his character grew accordingly. As far as I am aware, the movies missed this character development, preferring instead to pursue the Dr. Doolittle angle, and the he-man angle, and the having-been-raised-by-apes, angle. I guess maybe they did marketing research.

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