TARZAN AND THE ANT MEN. Edgar Rice Burroughs.

TARZAN AND THE ANT MEN. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1958]. Octavo, original pictorial gray-green boards stamped in black, top edge stained green. Later printing of the Grosset & Dunlap edition. In an unknown region of Africa, Tarzan crashes his plane and is captured by a member of a violent speechless race of humans with a matriarchal stone age culture. He escapes and encounters a race 18-inch tall Ant Men whose advanced civilization possesses some advanced science. Heins AM-6. A fine copy in about good dust jacket (illustration by Edmund Monroe) with wear at edges, internal tape mends at spine ends, stains, mostly internal but some show through on top edge of rear flap, and clipped price. (#165406).

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