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TARZAN OF THE APES EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS Planning for a dangerous trip is James Parker leader of the African safari and his young associate Harry Holt They are looking for the fabled elephants burial grounds in Africa Parkers daughter the lovely English girl Jane Parker arrives in Africa to be with her father and join him but Parker thinks the trip will be too dangerous for her They go on the big journey climbing mountains rafting camping etcWhile camping with her father Jane was kidnapped by Tarzan and brought to his treetopJane is found at the treetop and then Harry kills the ape making Tarzan follow him Harry shoots Tarzan and Tarzan on his way to th treetop is being attacked by wild animals and the helped by his friends and JaneThen the safarians are captured by a band of savage pygmiesTarzan kills the giant goriila and saves Jane Parker and Harry Janes father dies after finding the burials and Tarzan and Jane live happily ever after Tarzan of the Apes is a book with great details and descriptions The characters that are mentioned in the book are detailed to the fullest For example when they introduced Tarzan a jungle-yelling vine-swinging illiterate unspeaking loin-clothed but gentle childlike and protective ape man that gave me a mental picture of him Jane and her father you can tell were not from Africa and were just on a journey for the elephant burials Harry was a man that liked Jane and didnt care for much for instance when one of the safarians fell off the mountaian he said Poor Devil okay move along The setting is in Africa and Edgar gives specific discription of how they went over mountains Rivers into treetops and swinging from tree to tree The mood that Egdar gives to his writers is that Jane was a girl that fell in love with a man that couldnt even undersatnd
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