The Return of Tarzan

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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her rail to watch the receding shore line upon which danced
twenty naked, black warriors of the Waziri, waving their war spears
above their savage heads, and shouting farewells to their departing
king.

"I should hate to think that I am looking upon the jungle for the last
time, dear," he said, "were it not that I know that I am going to a new
world of happiness with you forever," and, bending down, Tarzan of the
Apes kissed his mate upon her lips.

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