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BIBLIOGRAPHER'S CORNER


by Tardos Mors

There is one basic bibliographical need for everyone who reads and enjoys the novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs. That is a complete list of the books.

The Bibliographer's Corner will kick off with a brief list. There are numerous publishing distinctions and other details which will be discussed in the coming months. This list does not include any novels set in the fantasy realms of Edgar Rice Burroughs, but written by people other than Burroughs. These are called pastiches. A rather complete list
can be found in the web site called ERBlist

Finally, there are two good bibliographies available with much more detail. If you are interested, you can contact:

:J. G. Huckenpöhler: Huck's ERB Collector's Pocket Checklist

Robert Zeuschner: Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Exhaustive Scholar's and
Collector's Descriptive Bibliography, McFarland, 1996.

THE TARZAN TALES

Tarzan of the Apes
Return of Tarzan
Beasts of Tarzan
Son of Tarzan
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
Jungle Tales of Tarzan
Tarzan the Untamed
Tarzan the Terrible
Tarzan and the Golden Lion
Tarzan and the Ant Men
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle
Tarzan and the Lost Empire
Tarzan at the Earth's Core
Tarzan the Invincible
Tarzan Triumphant
Tarzan and the City of Gold
Tarzan and the Lion Man
Tarzan and the Leopard Men
Tarzan's Quest
Tarzan and the Forbidden City
Tarzan the Magnificent
Tarzan and "The Foreign Legion"
Tarzan and the Madman
Tarzan and the Castaways

In addition there are two children's stories:
The Tarzan Twins
Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins and Jad-Bal-Ja the Golden Lion
(both reprinted in "Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins" published by Canaveral)
 

THE MARTIAN TALES

A Princess of Mars
The Gods of Mars
The Warlord of Mars
Thuvia, Maid of Mars
The Chessmen of Mars
A Fighting Man of Mars
Swords of Mars
Synthetic Men of Mars
Llana of Gathol
John Carter of Mars

THE VENUS STORIES

Pirates of Venus
Lost on Venus
Carson of Venus
Escape on Venus
The Wizard of Venus (Tales of Three Planets)

AT THE EARTH'S CORE SERIES

At the Earth's Core
Pellucidar
Tanar of Pellucidar
Tarzan at the Earth's Core
Back to the Stone Age
Land of Terror
Savage Pellucidar

THE WESTERN NOVELS

The War Chief
Apache Devil

Bandit of Hell's Bend
The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County

INDEPENDENT NOVELS

The Mucker
The Girl From Hollywood
The Land that Time Forgot
The Cave Girl
The Eternal Lover
The Moon Maid
The Mad King
The Outlaw of Torn
The Monster Men
Jungle Girl
The Oakdale Affair and the Rider
The Lad and the Lion
Beyond Thirty - and - The Man Eater
Tales of Three Planets
I Am a Barbarian
Marcia of the Doorstep
You Lucky Girl!

Available only in paperback:

The Girl From Farris's
The Efficiency Expert
Wizard of Venus and Pirate Blood
The Scientist's Revolt
Beware



For online publishing history, covers, interior art, etc. for all the above titles refer to the Edgar Rice Burroughs Web sites:
www.tarzan.com/bib/
and
www.ERBzine.com/chaser/

IN THE WORDS OF EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS...
" Life would be much simpler if there were not so many rules. I imagine I have broken every rule of English grammar several thousand times and being at heart a purist, I should be desolated if I was aware of it, but as I do not know a single one of these rules, I am saved much mental anguish. "


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