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El libro de la seƱorita Buncle (Rara Avis)
D. E. Stevenson
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R. Scott Bakker

Tarzan of the Apes (Signet Classics)

Tarzan of the Apes  - Michael Meyer, Gore Vidal, Edgar Rice Burroughs This book is more complexe than all the stories I always heard about it, and it gets into the part of the Apes, and this is very interesting. I mean, how a human baby that have grown without any ethic can be moral? Burroughs wants to make his little boy to be a "perfect" example of human being, or something like that. Note that perfect is not the meaning of "very good". In a chapter, we subtle know that Tarzan kills sometimes not for hunger, or for saving his life, he kills for pleasure. Not animal does that.