The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Tarzan the Untamed by Edgar Rice Burroughs:|
and brave and good."
The ape-man shrugged his shoulders. "She is brave," he
said, "but even Pamba, the rat, must have some good quality,
but she is what I have told you and therefore I hate her and
you should hate her."
Lieutenant Harold Percy Smith-Oldwick buried his face in
his hands. "God forgive me," he said at last. "I cannot hate
The ape-man cast a contemptuous look at his companion
and arose. "Tarzan goes again to hunt," he said. "You have
enough food for two days. By that time he will return."
Tarzan the Untamed