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by M. Keith Booker
Publishing primarily as “A. Merritt,” the American journalist and editor Abraham Grace Merritt was a pioneer in the writing of speculative ...
Themes, Works, and Wonders by Gary Westfahl
A. Merritt and Edgar Rice Burroughs. Merritt's various seductresses and Burroughs's La of Opar, encountered by Tarzan of the Apes, are among Ayesha's many literary descendants. Through Hollywood, the elements of the Haggardian tale are now familiar to all: pith-helmeted explorers pressing through the Africa jungle or other remote regions; encounters with savages (see Barbarians); white men venturing into "forbidden" realms shunned (for good reason) by native " superstition"; ...
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