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THE SILKEN SCARF ~ 1933.08.27
Tarzan freed him from his bonds, Von Harben asked, "And Amnis? Where is
she?" Then a silken scarf fluttered toward them from above. "Amnis!" Von
"I'll find her!" said Tarzan, and he started to scale
the mountain wall. Up the sheer precipice the ape-man climbed. Presently
he heard a small voice from above calling, "Erich!" He came upon Amnis
in a cave in the cliff a thousand feet in the air. There she had been left
to see her lover destroyed. Far out of her reach dangled a rope.
Tarzan swung his lasso, caught the rope and pulled
it to him. To see if the rope were fastened securely enough to stand a
great weight, Tarzan tied a huge rock to it and hurled it into the air.
Satisfied that the rope would hold, he recaptured it and swung out with
Amnis a thousand feet above the ground. But at the top of the precipice
an agent of the queen was waiting. He drew his knife to cut the rope.
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