Author - Edgar Rice Burroughs

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875 – 1950), an American author, crafted the beloved "Tarzan" and "Barsoom" series, including "A Princess of Mars." His imaginative tales and compelling characters have profoundly influenced popular culture, inspiring numerous adaptations across various media forms.

As a prolific writer, Burroughs intricately wove tales of adventure, romance, and exploration, captivating readers with his limitless creativity and daring narratives.

His literary legacy endures, captivating audiences worldwide and cementing his status as a trailblazer in modern science fiction and fantasy literature.

In Edgar Rice Burroughs’ science fiction masterpiece, “A Princess of Mars,” readers are transported to a captivating world of adventure and intrigue. Set on the exotic and mysterious planet of Barsoom (Mars), the novel follows the remarkable journey of John Carter, a Confederate veteran who finds himself mysteriously transported to the red planet.
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“Tarzan of the Apes” is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It was first published in 1912 and is the first book in the series known as the “Tarzan” series. The story follows the adventures of Tarzan, a man who was raised by apes in the African jungle.
The novel begins with the shipwreck of the English couple John and Alice Clayton on the west coast of Africa. They manage to survive and build a treehouse, but are eventually killed by the savage apes. However, their infant son, John … Read More