The Eternal Lover that we first meet Jack, the infant son of Lord and Lady Greystoke [and get] our first picture (and it is a lengthy one) of life at the Greystoke bungalow on Tarzan's newly acquired vast African estates"--Heins, p. 42." /> BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. The Eternal Lover. Chicago: McClurg, 1925. <I>8vo, original blue cloth (spine with a hint of fading, front inner hinge a bit tender); color pictorial dust jacket reproducing a painting by J. Allen St. John on front (some skillful restoration, two letters on spine supplied in facsimile).</I> FIRST EDITION. Inserted frontispiece with illustration by St. John. Heins EL-1: "The romance of a stone age cave man and a modern girl, brought together by weird twists in time." This is also in the Tarzan series, "since it is in <I>The Eternal Lover</I> that we first meet Jack, the infant son of Lord and Lady Greystoke [and get] our first picture (and it is a lengthy one) of life at the Greystoke bungalow on Tarzan's newly acquired vast African estates"--Heins, p. 42. | Christie's