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The Son of Tarzan (1915)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345294157, Mass Market Paperback)Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. 1st World Library-Literary Society is a non-profit educational organization. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - The long boat of the Marjorie W. was floating down the broad Ugambi with ebb tide and current. Her crew were lazily enjoying this respite from the arduous labor of rowing up stream. Three miles below them lay the Marjorie W. herself, quite ready to sail so soon as they should have clambered aboard and swung the long boat to its davits. Presently the attention of every man was drawn from his dreaming or his gossiping to the northern bank of the river. There, screaming at them in a cracked falsetto and with skinny arms outstretched, stood a strange apparition of a man. "Wot the 'ell?" ejaculated one of the crew. "A white man!" muttered the mate, and then: "Man the oars, boys, and we'll just pull over an' see what he wants."
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Paulvitch seeks revenge against Tarzan once again by luring Lord Greystoke's rebellious son away from London. The great ape Akut helps the boy escape and together they flee to the savage African jungle where Tarzan was reared. Like Tarzan, his son discovers that the perils of the jungle are nothing compared to the evils of men.
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