The Return of Tarzan Quotes.

1. "Am I alive and a reality, or am I but a dream?"
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

2. "It must be that I am dreaming, and that I shall awaken in a moment to see that awful knife descending toward my heart- kiss me, dear, just once before I lose my dream forever." -Jane-"
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

3. "...those features are burned so deep into my memory and my heart that I should recognize them anywhere in the world from among a thousand others, who might appear identical to any one but me."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

4. "...my civilization is not even skin deep - it does not go deeper than my clothes."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

5. "...it was his misfortune that most of the men he knew preferred immaculate linen and their clubs to nakedness and the jungle. It was, of course, difficult to understand, yet it was very evident that they did."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

6. "The more one knows of one's religion the less one believes - no one living knows more of mine than I."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

7. "Later, Thuran also found it necessary to construct a similar primitive garment, so that, with their bare legs and heavily bearded faces, they looked not unlike reincarnations of two prehistoric progenitors of the human race. Thuran acted like one."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

8. "I feel always that I am a prisoner."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

9. "I fear that there is something more serious than accident here, Mr. Brently," said the captain."
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

10. "Your Paris is more dangerous than my savage jungles, Paul," concluded Tarzan,"
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan

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