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Tarzan and the Lost Empire

Tarzan and the Lost Empire
Dust-jacket illustration of Tarzan and the Lost Empire
Author Edgar Rice Burroughs
Illustrator A. W. Sperry
Country United States
Language English
Series Tarzan series
Genre Adventure novel
Publisher Metropolitan Books
Publication date
1929
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages iii, 313 pp
ISBN NA
Preceded by Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle
Followed by Tarzan at the Earth's Core

Tarzan and the Lost Empire is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the twelfth in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. It was first published as a serial in Blue Book Magazine from October 1928 through February 1929; it first appeared in book form in a hardcover edition from Metropolitan Books in September 1929.

Plot

Tarzan and a young German, working independently, find a lost remnant of the Roman Empire hidden in the mountains of Africa. This novel is notable for the introduction of Nkima, who serves as Tarzan's monkey companion in it and a number of later Tarzan stories. It also reintroduces Muviro, first seen in Tarzan and the Golden Lion, as sub-chief of Tarzan's Waziri warriors.

Comic adaptations

The book has been adapted into comic form by Gold Key Comics in Tarzan nos. 194-195, dated February–March 1971.

References

External links

  • Tarzan and the Lost EmpireEdgar Rice Burroughs Summary Project page for
  • Text of the novel at Project Gutenberg Australia
  • Map of the Lost Empire
Preceded by
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle
Tarzan series
Tarzan and the Lost Empire
Succeeded by
Tarzan at the Earth's Core
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