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Tarzan and the Leopard Men By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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After a violent tropical storm, Orando of the Utengi comes upon a strange bronze giant pinned under a fallen tree. Orando calls the creature Muzimo for it cannot remember its own name and therefore... More > is most probably a god—a god who will protect Orando from the steel-taloned Leopard Men. Little does Orando know that his protector is Tarzan of the Apes—for the Lord of the Jungle has suffered an injury and does not know himself who he is! When the Tarzan series appeared in paperback form from Ballantine Books in the 1960’s, Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. decided to “tone” down ethnic content. So, most of the books in the series were censored. These censored texts are the ones which Gutenberg.org (an Internet Public Domain story site) picked up and which most reprinters of the stories are using. ERBville Press always goes back to the original sources of the text, whether magazine, First Edition book, or newspaper, for their reprinting.< Less
BEWARE! and THE SCIENTISTS REVOLT: A Comparison By Edgar Rice Burroughs & Jerry L. Schneider
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We compare, side-by-side, the original manuscript text of BEWARE! with its rewritten (by Ray Palmer) FANTASTIC ADVENTURES pulp magazine text.
The War Chief By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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A white baby named Andy MacDuff is captured in a raid by the great Apache chief, Geronimo, adopted by the Indian leader, and raised by his youngest wife. The boy grows up such an expert hunter that... More > he kills a black bear when he is only ten years old, and receives the name of Shoz-Dijiji, the Black Bear. As he grows to young manhood he becomes an expert fighter, and falls in love with a beautiful Indian maiden named Ish-kay-nay. This is the first of his two Apache novels and uses the original uncensored,unedited magazine text.< Less
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The complete, uncensored, magazine version! In one of his early adventures, Tarzan of the Apes visited the mysterious, ruinous city of Opar that dated back to Atlantean times, and was now inhabited... More > by a strange horde of bloodthirsty, apelike priests headed by La, the beautiful high priestess of the Flaming God. Thence he brought back a very little of the great store of ingoted gold hidden deep in a hill, and was rich for life. In the present story you shall learn how and why Tarzan re-turned to the mysterious city, and what he found there – also many other things!< Less

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