Tarzan and the Leopard Men
PS 3503 .B87 .T38
Date of Publication
1 bound volume; 332 pages
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Edgar Rice Burroughs [1875-1950] was an American writer most well-known for his adventure and science fiction novels. Burroughs best known works are the Tarzan novels, the tales of Mars adventurer John Carter, and the stories of Pellucidar.
Tarzan and the Leopard Men is the eighteenth in the series relating the tales of Tarzan, Lord Greystoke. It was first published as a serial in Blue Book magazine from August 1932 through January 1933. Tarzan, struck with amnesia, and his monkey companion Nkima are believed to be his guardian spirits by an African warrior. The three come into conflict with a murderous secret society of Leopard Men led by Gato Mgungu. They are joined by a young American woman in search of her missing loved one and two young American men in search of ivory. The group are involved in the usual exciting adventures.
Gift of Dr. Luckett Davis in April 2018
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. Publishers
Fiction, Tarzan, Adventure, Pulp-Fiction
American Literature | American Popular Culture | Fiction
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, "Tarzan and the Leopard Men" (1935). Rare Books. 60.