Interviewing Urban Tarzan?

Interviewing Urban Tarzan?

The Tarzan character and story is intriguing to many. Since the story first appeared in 1912, there have been numerous Tarzan publications, sequels, and films.

A feral child is a human child who has lived without any human contact from early age, and thus has had no human care, language or social learning. Outside of legends and myth, there is little scientific knowledge about feral children. The story of two Bengali girls, Amala and Kamala, who were alleged to have been raised by a wolf family is considered to be a hoax.

Other famous "feral" children are Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, raised by wolves, Zal the mythical hero of Iran, raised by Simurgh, the 18th century documented case of Marie-Angelique Memmie Le Blanc who survived 10 years in the forest and re-entered society, and more recently, Genie, who was locked into a bedroom for 13 years devoid of any contact.

Song of the Day: Wild Child - Enya (2001)
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