Brown pictorial cloth boards, vi + 314 pp. Originally published in 1915, examination of this copy indicates it was published about 1948. Spine slightly cocked, corners bumped, a little edge wear, a little light spotting to leading edge. Bookplate on front end paper features heroes from other children's tales, otherwise the interior is clean and unmarked. Jacket in protective mylar cover, moderate edge wear, about 1/3" chipping at top of spine, the crease for the front flap is worn nearly through, back panel has a crease running across the bottom with a 1" tear where the flap folds under. A little chipping to the edges. Overall a nice copy.
"Here we find the noble-born child of the jungle in the midst of civilization. Paris, with all the glamour and fascination of its sophisticated inhabitants, is a strange background indeed for the thrilling adventures of this primitive creature. But even in an environment so different from his beloved jungle, Tarzan conquers the forces of evil after an unparalleled series of hair-raising adventures.
"And before this thrilling tale comes to its dramatic ending Tarzan has returned to the African wilderness to the rescue of his beloved, the beautiful young American girl, Jane Porter. In the tropical jungle we find him enmeshed in a suspense-filled series of astounding adventures with ferocious animals and blood-thirsty native tribesmen. "; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall