Tarzan of the Apes = 人猿泰山


作者:Edgar Rice Burroughs[原作] ;甦活中英文編輯所[編輯]


出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路

出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

格式:EPUB 流式繁簡轉換朗讀


Tarzan of the Apes is very much a product of its age: replete with bloodthirsty natives and a bulky, swooning American Negress, and haunted by what zoo specialists now call charismatic megafauna (great beasts snarling, roaring, and stalking, most of whom would be out of place in a real African jungle). Burroughs countervails such incorrectness, however, with some rather unattractive representations of white civilization--mutinous, murderous sailors, effete aristos, self-involved academics, and hard-hearted cowards. At Tarzan's heart rightly lies the resourceful and hunky title character, a man increasingly torn between the civil and the savage, for whom cutlery will never be less than a nightmare.

  • Tarzan of the Apes
  • ***
  • Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Chapter I
  • Out to Sea
  • Chapter II
  • The Savage Home
  • Chapter III
  • Life and Death
  • Chapter IV
  • The Apes
  • Chapter V
  • The White Ape
  • Chapter VI
  • Jungle Battles
  • Chapter VII
  • The Light of Knowledge
  • Chapter VIII
  • The Tree–top Hunter
  • Chapter IX
  • Man and Man
  • Chapter X
  • The Fear–Phantom
  • Chapter XI
  • "King of the Apes"
  • Chapter XII
  • Man's Reason
  • Chapter XIII
  • His Own Kind
  • Chapter XIV
  • At the Mercy of the Jungle
  • Chapter XV
  • The Forest God
  • Chapter XVI
  • "Most Remarkable"
  • Chapter XVII
  • Burials
  • Chapter XVIII
  • The Jungle Toll
  • Chapter XIX
  • The Call of the Primitive
  • Chapter XX
  • Heredity
  • Chapter XXI
  • The Village of Torture
  • Chapter XXII
  • The Search Party
  • Chapter XXIII
  • Brother Men.
  • Chapter XXIV
  • Lost Treasure
  • Chapter XXV
  • The Outpost of the World
  • Chapter XXVI
  • The Height of Civilization
  • Chapter XXVII
  • The Giant Again
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Conclusion