Marry McGeen Comments ERB-APA #6: A Reply

Your "elder son died without issue, so the title devolved upon the second son" theory is definitely as possible as any other.  Respectfully, I don't feel it broadens or expands the scope of the Greystoke sphere.

The Hound Of The Baskervilles


The grand-cestor illegitimacy theory, although ugly, offers a source for the long mystified cab driver, John Clayton, of Sir Conan Doyle's The Hound Of Baskervilles.  This Holmes investigation occurred in October 1889 and the seven year seasoned cab driver, as described, is definitely not Tarzan.  The illegitimacy theory clearly shows a direct connection between Burroughs and Doyle.  This is not the only tie in that occurs between these two great authors.

The Hound Of The Baskervilles




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