Tarzan of the Apes

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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you for all you've done for
us. It seems as though you had your hands full saving our lives in
Africa and here.

"I'm awfully glad you came on here. We must get better acquainted. I
often thought about you, you know, and the remarkable circumstances of
your environment.

"If it's any of my business, how the devil did you ever get into that
bally jungle?"

"I was born there," said Tarzan, quietly. "My mother was an Ape, and
of course she couldn't tell me much about it. I never knew who my
father was."


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