Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Tarzana, CA: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., Publishers, 1934.
Illustrator: Illustrated by J. Allen St. John
An attractive first edition/first printing, gray decorated cloth with black lettering a red "Janus" illustration in Near Fine condition in Very Good+ dustjacket with light soiling, litle chipping mainly along spine ends. Zeuschner 627.
Mr. Burroughs believes this to be the poorest Tarzan novel he had ever written; however, the editors of Liberty magazine called it the greatest Tarzan novel ever written, and thousands of their subscribers agreed with them.
Burroughs' tale of a motion picture company in the wilds of Africa, two beautiful girls, ruthless Arabs, a half maniacal scientist, a tribe of gorillas that he taught to speak English, a coward who looks like Tarzan and Tarzan himself; [ii], , 5-318,  pages.