Jungle Girl (novel)
Dust-jacket from the first edition
|Author||Edgar Rice Burroughs|
|Illustrator||Studley O. Burroughs|
|Cover artist||Studley O. Burroughs|
|Genre||Fantasy novel, Lost world|
|April 15, 1932|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
Burroughs started the novel in 1929 (2 October) under the working title The Dancing Girl of the Leper King. It was first run serially in five installments from May to September 1931 by Blue Book Magazine under the title The Land of Hidden Men. The book version was first published by ERB, Inc. on 15 April 1932. Ace Paperback has republished the book in paperback several times, again under the title The Land of Hidden Men.
In October 18, 2014, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. began a webcomics paid on their official website, by Martin Powell (script), Will Meugniot (art) and Jo Meugniot (colors). In May 2015, Nik Poliwko replaces Will Meugniot
- Jungle Girl (Land of Hidden Men) at Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.'s Official website
- Edgar Rice Burroughs Summary Project page for Jungle Girl
- Map of the Land of Hidden Men by Jeff Jones et al.
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