Edgar Rice Burroughs
(1 Sep 1875 - 19 Mar 1950)
American author whose best-known character, Tarzan, appeared in 25 adventures, beginning in 1912, though his first story, Under the Moons of Mars, was a work of science fiction published in a magazine in 1910. He wrote a series of stories in the science fiction genre with the same hero, John Carter, known in book form as A Princess of Mars.
Science Quotes by Edgar Rice Burroughs (1 quote)
I have ever been prone to seek adventure and to investigate and experiment where wiser men would have left well enough alone.
— Edgar Rice Burroughs
A Princess of Mars (1917)