Edgar Rice Burroughs quote about fear from Tarzan of the Apes - Even brave men, and D'Arnot was a brave man, are sometimes frightened by solitude.
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Even brave men, and D'Arnot was a brave man, are sometimes frightened by solitude.
 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan of the Apes (1912). copy citation

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Author Edgar Rice Burroughs
Source Tarzan of the Apes
Topic fear bravery solitude
Date 1912
Language English
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Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/78/78-h/78-h.htm

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“"If you are a man, you will return to protect your kind. You will not run away from one of your own people, because one of them has run away from you."
D'Arnot closed the cabin door. He was very nervous. Even brave men, and D'Arnot was a brave man, are sometimes frightened by solitude.
He loaded one of the rifles and placed it within easy reach. Then he went to the desk and took up the unsealed letter addressed to Tarzan.
Possibly it contained word that his people had but left the beach temporarily.” source

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