ISBN 9789384052737,The Great Tamasha

The Great Tamasha


James Astill



Bloomsbury Publishing

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9789384052737

ISBN-10 9384052736


Number of Pages 304 Pages
Language (English)

ELT literature & fiction readers

Now Part Of Popular Culture Folklore, This Is The Original Story Of Tarzan And His Many Adventures On The Way To Self-Discovery. The Clayton Couple Is Marooned In A Coastal Jungle Of Africa, With No Hope Of Escape. Then, Alice Clayton Gives Birth To A Boy, And The Family Makes The Best Of Its Predicament And Settles Down In The Jungle. But Alices Death On Her Sons First Birthday, And The Murder Of John Clayton By A Rampaging Ape Tribe Led By Kerchak, Leaves The Infant Defenceless. The Baby Is Rescued From Kerchaks Wrath By The She-Ape Kala, And He Grows Up To Become Tarzan, The Ape-Man. The Jungle Is Paradise For Tarzan; He Makes A Place For Himself In The Ape Tribe, Makes Friends With Other Animals, And Fights Great Predators. But When Tarzan Discovers His Parents Old Cabin, Long-Buried Questions About His True Nature Begin To Surface. Edgar Rice Burroughss Most Acclaimed Novel Has Become, Over Time, One Of The Most Important Cornerstones Of Popular Culture. About The Author Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875 - 1950) Was An American Writer, Notable For His Works In The Science-Fiction Genre. Other Books By Him Include The Land That Time Forgot And A Princess Of Mars.