Edgar Rice Burroughs Quote

Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he seen a human being other than himself, for the little area traversed by his tribe was watered by no greater river to bring down the savage natives of the interior.
High hills shut it off on three sides, the ocean on the fourth. It was alive with lions and leopards and poisonous snakes. Its untouched mazes of matted jungle had as yet invited no hardy pioneer from the human beasts beyond its frontier.


Ch. 9 : Man and Man - Tarzan of the Apes (1912)

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Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he...

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Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he...

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Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he...

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Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he...