HAWK OF THE WILDERNESS by William L. Chester

HAWK OF THE WILDERNESS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Meat for the Tarzan fans -- their name is legion. The story of a child brought up by savages and animals as sole survivor of a shipwrecked vessel -- of his strange blend of civilization and savagery -- of the result when another shipwreck brings him in touch with people of his parents' world, a girl who loves him, and a chance to go back to the life he has never really known. He tries it -- but escapes again to the freedom of the wilds. Mad tale, in the Mowgli-Tarzan tradition. But good escape reading for the seekers.

Pub Date: Feb. 17th, 1936
Publisher: Harper