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Cave Girl

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By: (1875-1950)

Cave Girl by Edgar Rice Burroughs is a thrilling tale of adventure and survival set in a prehistoric world. The story follows the protagonist, Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones, a young man who finds himself stranded in a savage and unforgiving land after a shipwreck.

As Waldo struggles to navigate this harsh environment, he encounters various dangers and challenges that force him to rely on his wits and survival instincts. Along the way, he meets the titular Cave Girl, a fierce and resourceful woman who becomes his unlikely ally in the fight for survival.

Burroughs' vivid prose brings the prehistoric landscape to life, painting a vivid picture of a world teeming with danger and mystery. The action-packed plot keeps readers on the edge of their seats as Waldo and the Cave Girl face off against predators, rival tribes, and other threats.

While some may find the story's portrayal of gender roles and stereotypes outdated, Cave Girl remains a classic adventure novel that will appeal to fans of Burroughs' other works, such as Tarzan and John Carter of Mars. Overall, Cave Girl is a fast-paced and entertaining read that will transport readers to a bygone era filled with danger and excitement.

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Blueblooded mama's boy Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones is swept overboard during a south seas voyage for his lifelong ill health. He finds himself on a jungle island. His bookish education has not prepared him to cope with these surroundings, and he is a coward. He is terrified when he encounters primitive, violent men, ape-like throwbacks in mankind's evolutionary history. He runs from them, but when he reaches a dead end, he successfully makes a stand, astonishing himself. While keeping the hairy brutes at bay, he meets a beautiful girl, Nadara, also on the run. In an uncharacteristic gesture, he saves her from the grasp of one ape-man during their escape. - Summary by Wikipedia

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