Tarzan of the Apes - Edgar Rice Burroughs Reviews
Description:ISBN 159540211X / Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 05/02/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
In western literature there are many examples of characters and stories that have since their first introduction become part of our everyday popular culture. So when we speak of Frankenstein, Dracula and Sherlock Holmes the vast majority of people know who we are talking about but very few I suspect have ever read the original source material. Another example of this is Tarzan. Tarzan was popularised in the 1930's by the MGM films starring Johnny Weissmuller and seen in countless TV and film adaptations in the 50's, 60's and 70's and through to the present most recently with a Disney animated version. I was one of these people who knew the character from the various ... Read the complete review
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