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by Edgar Rice Burroughs

eBook Tarzan and The Foreign Legion (World Cultural Heritage Library) download ISBN: 1438793200
Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
Publisher: Intl Business Pubns USA (September 9, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 150
ePub: 1359 kb
Fb2: 1827 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

Basically, "Tarzan and the Foreign Legion" finds Tarzan going after the Japanese the same way he dealt with the Germans in World War I in "Tarzan the Untamed" (actually he is a lot tamer this time around because in that 1919 novel he thought the invaders had killed Jane and so he was out for mondo blood). Tarzan and the Foreign Legion" was published in 1944 and the novel is interesting more for how it reflects Burroughs' adventures during World War II. ERB was playing tennis in Hawaii on the morning of December 7th when Pearl Harbor was bombed.

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Edgar Rice Burroughs. To Brigadier General Truman H. Landon. My knowledge of Sumatra at the time that I chose it as the scene of a Tarzan story was pathetically inadequate; and as there was not a book on Sumatra in the Honolulu Public Library, nor in any of the book stores, it bade fair to remain inadequate. I wish therefore to acknowledge my indebtedness to those whose kindness furnished me with the information I sought. If this volume happens to fall into the hands of any of them, I hope they will not feel that I abused that kindness. And so, my sincere thanks to Messrs.

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Start by marking Tarzan and the Foreign Legion (Tarzan, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The treatment of women in this book is actually quite good but the attitude towards the Japanese is appalling. However, Edgar Rice Burroughs was not an outlier for his time. His attitudes and beliefs about "Japs" was typical for his place in time and needs to be understood in that context. I don't have to like it, however, and it was hard to overlook. May 05, 2016 Richard rated it liked it.

My knowledge of Sumatra at the time that I chose it as the scene of a Tarzan story was pathetically inadequate; and as there was not a book on Sumatra in the Honolulu Public Library, nor in any of the book stores, it bade fair to remain inadequate

My knowledge of Sumatra at the time that I chose it as the scene of a Tarzan story was pathetically inadequate; and as there was not a book on Sumatra in the Honolulu Public Library, nor in any of the book stores, it bade fair to remain inadequate.

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Tarzan and the Foreign Legion is a novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the twenty-second in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. The book, written June–September 1944 while Burroughs was living in Honolulu and published in 1947, was the last new work by Burroughs to be published during his life (Llana of Gathol, the tenth book in the Barsoom series, was published in 1948, but it was a collection of four stories originally published in Amazing Stories in 1941)

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Comments: (7)
Lightwind
Love these books. Highly recommend all of the ERB Tarzan books. Excellent vocabulary and sentence structure. Excellent characters. If you love scifi or fantasy you will love these.
Warianys
Tarzan as always is a literate smart and able character. He is never the hollywood wacko. This like all the books is a good one.
Alexandra
good light reading
Qutalan
Building the collection
Diab
I love it.
Kea
More than pleased with book and time mailed
Amerikan_Volga
Even as the Tarzan series came to an end, Burroughs continued to entertain. This is another excellent and fun adventure. This is one of my favorite Tarzan books along with "Tarzan and the Madman". The later adventures have sometimes gotten a bad rap as repetitive, but I haven't read them in any particular order and so I find the later books to be just as much fun, if not more so, as the earlier tales. Tarzan is Tarzan, he does what he does, and that's what I want to read. No change can be a good thing.
Tarzan journeys to Sumatra to help same a Dutch girl and her companions from the clutches of some mad-men. Tarzan assembles a group of Americans, Dutch, Chinese, and others in a "foreign Legion" fighting force. Exciting tale by the master.