Published January 12, 1980
by Ballantine Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||192|
Tarzan In The City of Gold (Vol. 1): The Complete Burne Hogarth Sundays and Dailies Library by Don Garden is a coffee table book featuring the early comic strips. While the title is similar to the Tarzan and the City of Gold, the story is different/5. "Tarzan and the City of Gold," Argosy title graphic I. — SAVAGE QUARRY DOWN out of Tigre and Amhara upon Gojam and Shoa and Kaffa come the rains from June to September, carrying silt and prosperity from Abyssinia to the eastern Sudan and to Egypt, bringing muddy trails and swollen rivers and death and prosperity to Abyssinia. TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD Review contributed by Doc Hermes ERB Reviews. From , where it was serialized in six parts in ARGOSY for March and April, this is pretty unrewarding. Most of the book has such an unpleasant, bitter attitude that it's difficult to find any excitement or pleasure in it. This is the first of four exclusive volumes that will collect all of Hogarth's newspaper strips. Beginning with the adventures "Tarzan in the City of Gold" and continuing with "Tarzan and the Boers," Hogarth and writer Don Garden hit the ground running, and produced some of the most acclaimed stories ever to appear in the pages of newspapers worldwide/5(23).
Buy a cheap copy of Tarzan and the City of Gold book by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The original unedited magazine version of this story which finds Tarzan wandering the distant lands of Abyssinia, lured by the secrets and mystery of that land. And Free shipping over $ this listing is for a great children's book from a time when you didn't have to worry what was in a children's book.. follows the adventures of tarzan. listing is for: tarzan and the city of gold; glossy hardcover. copyright author is edgar rice burroughs. has pages. easy to read print size. approx size " x 8".Seller Rating: % positive. Get this from a library! Tarzan and the city of gold. [Edgar Rice Burroughs] -- Tarzan tries to bring peace to two cities whose citizens have been enemies for centuries. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Tarzan, TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD, (Tarzan Achives #17) by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan Tarzan Series, Centennial Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience.
TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD. (Ballantine #U; Book Sixteen / #16 in the TARZAN Novel Series; Authorized Edition); Uniform Cover Edition ERB Series with RICHARD (DICK) POWERS Painted Cover Art. Burroughs, Edgar Rice. Genre/Form: Fiction Adventure fiction Fantasy fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burroughs, Edgar Rice, Tarzan and the city of gold. Tarzan and the City of Gold was originally published as a six part serial in the pages of Argosy All-Story Weekly from to and is one of the quintessential Tarzan books. It has lost cities, ferocious beasts, a beautiful queen, and Tarzan being completely awesome, so right there we’ve got a story with a lot going for it. Summary: This is the sixteenth book in the Tarzan Series. After encountering and befriending Valthor, a warrior of the lost city of Athne (whom he rescues from a group of bandits known as shiftas), the City of Ivory and capital of the land of Thenar, Tarzan is captured by the insane yet beautiful queen Nemone of its hereditary enemy, Cathne, the City of Gold, capital of the land .