4 edition of The Cave Girl found in the catalog.
The Cave Girl
Edgar Rice Burroughs
by Blackstone Audiobooks
Written in English
|Contributions||Patrick Lawlor (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Cover art and title page illustration by Roy Krenkel, Jr."--Title page verso. "Part II of this book appeared serially under the title 'The Cave Man'"--Page The Cave Girl - Ebook written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Cave Girl/5(26).
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The first edition was by A.C. McClurg & Co., The first Canaveral edition is The first Ace paperback edition is This is a very interesting transformation story in which a weakling by the name of Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones becomes the mighty Thandar and wins the hand of Nadara, the Cave Girl/5(5).
This being Burroughs, there is of course a beautiful cave girl that Waldo falls in love with. This is an entertaining old fashioned adventure story. Burroughs wrote a sequel to this story, but it's not included in this book/5(2).
"The Cave Girl" () by Edgar Rice Burroughs grabbed me from the first paragraph. Wimpy, sickly Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones, the son of wealthy Boston parents, is the only survivor of a shipwreck that dumps him on a jungle island.
There he encounters primitive, hostile inhabitants and a beautiful but also primitive woman named Nadaar/5. Its a story of a castaway (surprise surprise) in equatorial Africa and his journey to survival, he meets a Cave Girl (the romanticangle) who teaches him the arts of survival etc etc and in the end all works out quite well for both of them/5(67).
The Cave Girl book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sitting here on the beach, I could see my now useless glider plane, va /5.
"The girl in the cave" is aimed at a much younger audience than previous of Eaton's books that I've encountered - it might be a challenge for my nearlyyr-old, but I suspect that the yr-old would tear through it and demand something more interesting/5.
"The Cave Girl" (serialized in The All-Story, July—September ) "The Cave Man" (serialized in All Story Weekly, March 31—Ap ) First book edition—A.C. McClurg & Co. The first book in the Lost In Time series, Book 1 - The Cave Girl, is live on Amazon and ready to read. I hope you like it.
This is another new series but in this one we find out what happened to Dave Raskin's dad, John. He isn't dead. Far from it. He is learning to live - in a land that time forgot. A land of fur bikinis and primitive cave girls.
The Cave Girl is an Edgar Rice Burroughs lost world novel. Originally two stories, The Cave Girl begun in February and published by "All-Story" in July, August, and September ; and The Cave Man begun in and published by "All-Story Weekly" throughout March and April The book 5/5(1).
The original story of "The Cave Girl" has Waldo turning into Thandar, claiming his mate by the law of the jungle, and walking away from the rescue party that has arrived to save him (now that he does not want to be saved, you understand).4/5(1).
The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Book Reading, British English Female Voice) MagneonBooks. (Book Reading, British English Female Voice) - Duration. Cave Girl and was serialized in The All-Story magazine from July to September Following the publication of the sequel, The Cave Man, inthe stories were published together in by A.
McClurg & Co. This text is a combination of the magazine serials.3/5(4). The Cave Girl (Audio Download): : Edgar Rice Burroughs, Patrick Lawlor, Blackstone Audio, Inc.: Books/5(61). Get this from a library. The cave girl. [Edgar Rice Burroughs; Roy G Krenkel] -- In an instant there sloughed from the heart and mind and soul of Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones every particle of civilization and culture and refinement that had required countless ages in the building.
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Thank you for your patience. The Cave Girl is an Edgar Rice Burroughs lost world novel. Originally two stories, The Cave Girl begun in February and published by "All-Story" in July, August, and September ; and The Cave Man begun in and published by "All.
Read Chapter IX: The Seeker of The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The text begins: WHEN the old man saw what had happened he ran forward and grasped Nadara by the wrist. “Quick!” he cried — ” quick, my daughter. You have killed him who would have saved you, and now nothing but flight may keep Korth from having his way with you.”.
Read Chapter VI: A Choice of The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The text begins: SEAMEN upon the beach were filling water-casks. There were a dozen of them, and as Waldo plunged from the forest they looked with startled apprehension at the strange apparition.
A great, brown giant they saw, clad in a few ragged strings of white duck, for Waldo had kept his. Read Chapter VII: Thandar, the Seeker of The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
The text begins: FOR a long time there was no sign of life in that strange pile of flesh and bone and brawn and glossy black fur and long, yellow hair and blood. But toward dawn it moved a little, down near the bottom of the heap, and a little later there was a groan, and then all was still again for.
Read Chapter I: Flotsam of The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The text begins: THE dim shadow of the thing was but a blur against the dim shadows of the wood behind it. The young man could distinguish no outline that might mark the presence as either brute or human.
He could see no eyes, yet he knew that somewhere from out of that noiseless mass stealthy eyes were. What did you love best about The Cave Girl? I love the adventure, action and getting lost in the jungle. Burroughs is predictable but as a fan I've read most all of the Tarzan series and enjoyed everyone.
Cave Girl is twist on Tarzan and Jane. That's OK I still enjoyed it. What other book might you compare The Cave Girl to and why?The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Cave Girl by Burroughs, Edgar Rice - AbeBooks Passion for books.Read Chapter V: Awakening of The Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
The text begins: “COME,” said the girl, “let us make haste. I cannot wait to be home again! How good it looks!” Waldo gazed at her in horror. It did not seem credible that this beautiful young creature could be of such clay as that he looked upon.
It was revolting to believe that she had sprung from the .