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Tarzan Triumphant

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1931
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Prologue
1 - Gathering the Threads
2 - The Land of Midian
3 - The "Gunner"
4 - Gathering the Strands
5 - When the Lion Charged
6 - The Waters of Chinnereth
7 - The Slave Raider
8 - The Baboons
9 - The Great Fissure
10 - In the Clutches of the Enemy
11 - The Crucifixion
12 - Out of the Grave
13 - The "Gunner" Walks
14 - Flight
15 - Eshbaal, the Shepherd
16 - Trailing
17 - She is Mine!
18 - A Guy and a Skirt
19 - In the Village of Elija
20 - The Best Three out of Five
21 - An Awakening
22 - By a Lonely Pool
23 - Captured
24 - THe Long Night
25 - The Waziri
26 - The Last Knot is Tied
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1946
Copyright ©, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., 1964
No dedication.
Time is the warp of the tapestry which is life.
May contain spoilers
"Oke, kid - isn't it ripping?" replied the golden one.
Comments may contain spoilers
First published in The Blue Book Magazine Oct 1931-Mar 1932 as The Triumph of Tarzan.

First published in book form in 1932 under this title.
Synopsis not on file
Extract (may contain spoilers)
Stabutch, had he been entirely sober, would have hesitated to give this information to a total stranger, but alcohol induces thoughtless confidences. "I search for an Englishman known as Tarzan of the Apes," he explained.

Capietro's eyes narrowed. "A friend of yours?" he asked.

"I know of no one I would rather see," replied Stabutch.

"You say he is here in the Ghenzi country?"

"I do not know. None of the natives I have questioned knew his whereabouts."

"His country is far south of the Ghenzies," said Capietro.

"Ah, you know of him, then?"

"Yes. Who does not? But what business have you with Tarzan of the Apes?"

"I have come from Moscow to kill him," blurted Stabutch, and in the same instant regretted his rash admission.

Capietro relaxed. "I am relieved," he said.

"Why?" demanded the Russian.

"I feared he was a friend of yours," explained the Italian. "In which case we could not be friends; but if you have come to kill him you shall have nothing but my best wishes and heartiest support."

Stabutch's relief was almost a thing of substance, so considerable and genuine was it. "You, too, have a grievance against him?" he asked.

"He is a constant threat against my little operations in black ivory," replied Capietro. "I should feel much safer if he were out of the way."

"Then perhaps you will help me, comrade?" inquired Stabutch eagerly.

 

Added: 19-May-2017
Last Updated: 20-Jun-2023

Publications

 01-Mar-1964
Ballantine Books
Mass Market Paperback
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Date Issued:
Cir 01-Mar-1964
Format:
Mass Market Paperback
Cover Price:
$0.50
Pages*:
192
Catalog ID:
U2015
Internal ID:
23256
Publisher:
ISBN:
Unknown
Printing:
1
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Credits:
Richard Powers  - Cover Artist
Ballantine Books made publishing history with the simultaneous publication of the first ten volumes in the series of twnety-two adult Tarzan books by EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS.  These were followed in sequence by numbers eleven and twelve.  NOW,  with the simultaneous release ot the last ten volumes, the entire Tarzan series is available in BALLANTINE BOOKS editions - all complte and unabridged, all authorized:

1 TARZAN OF THE APES
2 THE RETURN OF TARZAN
3 THE BEASTS OF TARZAN
4 THE SON OF TARZAN
5 TARZAN & THE JEWELS OF OPAR
6 JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN
7 TARZAN THE UNTAMED
8 TARZAN THE TERRIBLE
9 TARZAN & THE GOLDEN LION
10 TARZAN & THE ANT MEN
11 TARZAN, LORD OF THE JUNGLE
12 TARZAN & THE LOST EMPIRE
13 TARZAN AT THE EARTH'S CORE
14 TARZAN THE INVINCIBLE
15 TARZAN TRIUMPHANT
16 TARZAN & THE CITY OF GOLD
17 TARZAN & THE LION MAN
18 TARZAN & THE LEOPARD MEN
19 TARZAN'S QUEST
20 TARZAN & THE FORBIDDEN CITY
21 TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT
22 TARZAN & "THE FOREIGN LEGION"

TARZAN 15 TARZAN TRIUMPHANT


High up in the Ghenzi Mountains, sheltered in the vast cup of an extinct volcano, Tarzan comes to grips with the degenerated descendants of early Christian refugees from Rome - and makes a life-long friend of an ex-gangster from Chicago!
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First Printing: March 1964
 01-Jan-2014
ePub Books
e-Book
In my libraryI read this editionHas a cover imageBook Edition Cover
Date Issued:
Cir 01-Jan-2014
Format:
e-Book
Pages*:
301
Read:
Once
Internal ID:
2206
Publisher:
ISBN:
Unknown
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Credits:
Studley O Burroughs  - Cover Artist
From epubbooks.com:

An evil stalks the land of Tarzan of the Apes. Tarzan follows them patiently waiting for the time to strike these intruders. But they were not the only evil that stalked the lands, in the small valley of the Ghenzi Mountains, the last remnants of an ugly, perverted people dwelled in what they called their faith. It was an ancient belief, now they were wicked and many of them were insane. They have captured Lady Barbara Collis and meant to use her as a human sacrifice!
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Author(s)

 Edgar Rice Burroughs
Birth: 01 Sep 1875 Chicago, Illinois, USA
Death: 19 Mar 1950 Encino, California, USA

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