Famed novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs is responsible for some of the most iconic tales in science fiction. From the depths of the hollow Earth to the farthest reaches of space, Burroughs has entranced readers since All-Story Magazine began serially releasing A Princess of Mars in 1912. Among his most beloved characters, though, is one more grounded in reality. Again debuting in All-Story Magazine in 1912, Tarzan of the Apes followed the life of a feral boy taken in by Mangani apes and raised as one of them until the boy grew older and came face-to-face with civilization in the form of a young American woman named Jane.
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