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Dust-jacket illustration of Tarzan of the Apes first edition. A publication of Tarzan of the Apes originally from Tarzan has been called one of the best-known literary characters in the world. Numerous parodies and pirated works have also appeared. Burroughs considered other names for the character, including "Zantar" and "Tublat Zan," before he settled on "Tarzan. It's also worth noting that Burroughs use of dates and time passing is constantly inconsistent in his novels, in fact there are downright contradictions in the series. In the first book Tarzan Of The Apes it's implied that Tarzan was born early in and the arrival of Jane is said to have occurred in which would make him 20 years old. In Tarzan Of The Apes, chapter 9, Burroughs states: Thus, at eighteen, we find him, an English lordling, who could speak no English, and yet who could read and write his native language. Never had he seen a human being other than himself, for the little area traversed by his tribe was watered by no great river to bring down the savage natives of the interior. Two paragraphs later Mbonga's warriors enter. I was twenty before I saw a white man. Numerous authorised movies and novels have all agreed with the notion of Tarzan being 18 years old during the events of the first novel. A later novel Tarzan the Untamed faces a similar problem with the novel being set in the year , despite the fact that Tarzan and Jane's son, Jack 'Korak' Clayton is supposed to be 18 years old. It's believed among fans that Burroughs did this deliberately to give an illusion that Tarzan had once been an actual person and Burroughs was trying to conceal his real identity, in the first novel it is mentioned: I had this story from one who had no business to tell it to me, or to any other.

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I do not say the story is true, for I did not witness the happenings which it portrays, but the fact that in the telling of it to you I have taken fictitious names for the principal characters quite sufficiently evidences the sincerity of my own belief that it MAY be true. The yellow, mildewed pages of the diary of a man long dead, and the records of the Colonial Office dovetail perfectly with the narrative of my convivial host, and so I give you the story as I painstakingly pieced it out from these several various agencies.

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Burroughs immediately mentions after this that John Clayton is itself a fictitious name, invented by 'Tarzan' to mask his real identity. Critical reception[ edit ] While Tarzan of the Apes met with some critical success, subsequent books in the series received a cooler reception and have been criticized for being derivative and formulaic.

The characters are often said to be two-dimensional, the dialogue wooden, and the storytelling devices such as excessive reliance on coincidence strain credulity.

According to author Rudyard Kipling who himself wrote stories of a feral child , The Jungle Book 's Mowgli , Burroughs wrote Tarzan of the Apes just so that he could "find out how bad a book he could write and get away with it. Burroughs's melodramatic situations and the elaborate details he works into his fictional world, such as his construction of a partial language for his great apes, appeal to a worldwide fan base.

The Tarzan books and movies employ extensive stereotyping to a degree common in the times in which they were written.

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This has led to criticism in later years, with changing social views and customs, including charges of racism since the early s. In The Return of Tarzan, Arabs are "surly looking" and call Christians "dogs", while blacks are "lithe, ebon warriors, gesticulating and jabbering". One could make an equal argument that when it came to blacks that Burroughs was simply depicting unwholesome characters as unwholesome and the good ones in a better light as in Chapter 6 of Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar where Burroughs writes of Mugambi, " A Swede has "a long yellow moustache, an unwholesome complexion, and filthy nails", and Russians cheat at cards.

The aristocracy except the House of Greystoke and royalty are invariably effete. For example, in Tarzan's Quest , while the depiction of Africans remains relatively primitive , they are portrayed more individualistically, with a greater variety of character traits positive and negative , while the main villains are white people.

Burroughs never loses his distaste for European royalty, though.

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However Thomas F. Bertonneau writes about Burroughs' "conception of the feminine that elevates the woman to the same level as the man and that—in such characters as Dian of the Pellucidar novels or Dejah Thoris of the Barsoom novels—figures forth a female type who corresponds neither to desperate housewife, full-lipped prom-date, middle-level careerist office-manager, nor frowning ideological feminist-professor, but who exceeds all these by bounds in her realized humanity and in so doing suggests their insipidity.

His heroes do not engage in violence against women or in racially motivated violence. In Tarzan of the Apes, details of a background of suffering experienced at the hands of whites by Mbonga's "once great" people are repeatedly told with evident sympathy, and in explanation or even justification of their current animosity toward whites.

Although the character of Tarzan does not directly engage in violence against women, feminist scholars have critiqued the presence of other sympathetic male characters who do with Tarzan's approval. According to James Loewen 's Sundown Towns, this may be a vestige of Burroughs' having been from Oak Park, Illinois , a former Sundown town a town that forbids non-whites from living within it.

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