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THE DEATH ~ 1933.05.21
frenzy, the high priest urged the mob to destroy the ape-man. They advanced
shouting, "Death to the impostors!"
Then Tarzan commanded the apes to attack.
At the slow advance of the great anthropoids, the mob retreated. The
people shrank back in terror as Tarzan and the apes went through the city
streets. The high priest cried out in helpless rage, as, from the temple
roof, he saw the ape-man pass unharmed out of the city across the desert.
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