Tarzan of the Apes
|Tarzan of the Apes (1912)
|Tarzan of the Apes is the first in a series of over twenty books about the title character Tarzan. It was first published in a pulp magazine in 1912, and a book edition followed in 1914.— Excerpted from Tarzan of the Apes on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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- Chapter 1: Out to Sea
- Chapter 2: The Savage Home
- Chapter 3: Life and Death
- Chapter 4: The Apes
- Chapter 5: The White Ape
- Chapter 6: Jungle Battles
- Chapter 7: The Light of Knowledge
- Chapter 8: The Tree-Top Hunter
- Chapter 9: Man and Man
- Chapter 10: The Fear-Phantom
- Chapter 11: "King of the Apes"
- Chapter 12: Man's Reason
- Chapter 13: His Own Kind
- Chapter 14: At the Mercy of the Jungle
- Chapter 15: The Forest God
- Chapter 16: "Most Remarkable"
- Chapter 17: Burials
- Chapter 18: The Jungle Toll
- Chapter 19: The Call of the Primitive
- Chapter 20: Heredity
- Chapter 21: The Village of Torture
- Chapter 22: The Search Party
- Chapter 23: Brother Men
- Chapter 24: Lost Treasure
- Chapter 25: The Outpost of the World
- Chapter 26: The Height of Civilization
- Chapter 27: The Giant Again
- Chapter 28: Conclusion
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