Tarzan of the Apes Essay | Tarzan, King of the Apes

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Tarzan, King of the Apes

Summary: An overview of Edgar Rice Burroughs' of Tarzan in his book Tarzan of the Apes. Tarzan's possession of both the strengths of the apes and the knowledge of man earned him the title "King of the Apes."
Tarzan, King of the Apes

John Clayton III was a man who was raised in the jungle by apes, and a man whose intelligence and strength helped turn him into the King of the Apes. At an early age Clayton lost his parents and was raised by apes. The apes took him in as one of their own and named him Tarzan, White Ape. Tarzan is the protagonist character of the story, he faces many internal and physical conflicts. Tarzan's actions in the story are not only noble but rather heroic as well. In the story Tarzan is struggling to find out who he is. Temptations of Jane and his life in the jungle conflict with each other and challenge him with an internal conflict as well as numerous physical conflicts along the way.

Tarzan had a rough life from the start; when he was...

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