Master of Adventure: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs

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Index
Book and magazine article titles are followed by (author name). ERB = Edgar Rice Burroughs
Abdullah, Achmed, 150
Ace Books, xvi, xviii, xxii, xxxviiixl; The Alternate Martians (Chandler), 200; Leigh Brackett and, 194; Burroughs reprints from, 80, 226; Conan series franchise of, 188; I Am a Barbarian (ERB), 215; Kline reprints, 241; Lieut. Gullivar Jones: His Vacation (Arnold), 22–23, 224; Mahars of Pellucidar (Holmes), 231; Pirate Blood (ERB), 216, 227; reprint editions, 219–20, 255
Aces (fanzine), 190
A. C. McClurg and Company (pubUsher): as Burroughs' publisher, 177, 225; Jungle Tales of Tarzan, 148; Maza of the Moon (Kline), 192; reprint editions and, 229; The Silver Fang (Worts), 259; Tarzan of the Apes, 122
Across the Zodiac (Greg), 16–17
Adams, Neal, 226
Adkins, Patrick, 229
adventure novels and stories. See jungle and adventure stories
The Adventure of the Peerless Peer (Farmer), 249
The Adventurer (Osbourne), 58–59
Africa: Tarzan and British East Africa, xxviii; John Clayton and British West Africa, 124–25; Tarzan and French North Africa, 140; future predictions for, 63; Jason Gridley departure for, 94; Menelek empire in, 62–63; Tarzan and Portuguese Angola, xxviii; Tarzan and World War I in, 164–68. See also racial stereotype
African Americans, 30, 89, 129. See also racial stereotype
The African Queen (Forester), 164
The Africa That Never Was: Four Centuries of British Writing About Africa (Hammond and Alta), 253
The Afterglow (England), 48
Akers, Alan Burt, 243
Aldiss, Brian, 240–41
aliens in modern society, 115–16
All Around (magazine), 61
All in Color for a Dime (Lupoff), xviii
All-Story (magazine): The Cave Girl, 38; as family of publications, 41–42; Nu of the Neocene, 44; Pellucidar series in, 28, 221; A Princess of Mars,

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