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Tarzan and the Madman

Tarzan and the Madman
Dust-jacket illustration of Tarzan and the Madman
Author Edgar Rice Burroughs
Illustrator Reed Crandall
Cover artist Reed Crandall
Country United States
Language English
Series Tarzan series
Genre Adventure novel
Publisher Canaveral Press
Publication date
1964
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 236 pp
ISBN NA
Preceded by Tarzan and the Foreign Legion
Followed by Tarzan and the Castaways

Tarzan and the Madman is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the twenty-third in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. Written from January–February 1940, the story was never published in Burroughs' lifetime. It was first published in hardcover by Canaveral Press in June 1964, and in paperback by Ballantine Books in February 1965.

Plot summary

Tarzan tracks down a man who has been mistaken for him. The man is under the delusion that he is Tarzan, and he is living in a lost city inhabited by people descended from early Portuguese explorers. The plot devices of a lost city and a Tarzan "double" or impostor had been used by Burroughs in some previous Tarzan novels.

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External links

  • Tarzan and the MadmanERBzine.com Illustrated Bibliography entry for Edgar Rice Burroughs'
  • Tarzan and the MadmanEdgar Rice Burroughs Summary Project page for
  • Tarzan and the MadmanERB C.H.A.S.E.R ENCYCLOPEDIA for
Preceded by
Tarzan and the Foreign Legion
Tarzan series
Tarzan and the Madman
Succeeded by
Tarzan and the Castaways
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