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THE KILLER AND THE KING ~ 1932.06.26
Korak the killer, asleep in the fork of a tree were awakened by a fearsome
cry. It was Bolgani, the king gorilla, greeting the dawn and arousing his
tribe. Out from their sleeping quarters came the great anthropoids. Tarzan
and Korak would have passed in peace but Bolgani, suspicious and short
of temper advanced toward them screaming in rage. Tarzan and Korak were
not seeking battle.
When greeted as enemies, they raced away and leaped for the trees. But
Korak, who had been long absent from the jungle, was too slow in getting
away and Bolgani caught him by the leg. Wildly the infuriated gorilla king
swung the ape-man's son above his head and then smashed him down upon a
great rock. As Korak lay senseless, Tarzan leaped. Full upon the gorilla
king, the ape-man landed.
His revenge was speedy and complete. But engrossed in victory, he did
not observe the threatened danger from the other gorillas.
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