Tarzan, apinain kuningas Seikkailuromaani Afrikan aarniometsistä

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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sinne villiin viidakkoon?"

"Minä synnyin siellä", virkkoi Tarzan tyynesti. "Äitini oli apina
eikä hän tietenkään voinut minulle paljoa kertoa Kuka oli isäni, sitä
en ole koskaan saanut tietää."

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