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1920. After a rambunctious youth and series of short-lived jobs including door-to-door salesman, accountant, a peddler for a quack alcoholism cure and finally pencil sharpener wholesaler, Burroughs found his calling as a writer. As the story goes, one of Burroughs' duties was to verify the placement of advertisements for his pencil sharpeners in various magazines. These were all-fiction pulp magazines, a prime source of escapist reading material for the expanding middle class. Burroughs spent time reading those magazines and decided he could write those stories just as well. He was lucky his first time out and sold Under the Moon of Mars. The Tarzan series followed this and Burroughs was now a full-fledged writer. In Tarzan the Untamed, Tarzan races through the jungle, but arrives too late. His farm is destroyed and his family has been killed. He swears vengeance on the marauders and then sets out to seek his revenge. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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