The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Jungle Tales of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs:|
The instant that he dodged beneath Sheeta's blow, he leaped
to the beast's rear and then full upon the tawny back,
burying his teeth in Sheeta's neck and the fingers of one
hand in the fur at the throat, and with the other hand
he drove his blade into Sheeta's side.
Over and over upon the grass rolled Sheeta, growling and
clawing and biting, in a mad effort to dislodge his antagonist
or get some portion of his body within range of teeth or talons.
As Tarzan leaped to close quarters with the panther,
Teeka had run quickly in and snatched up her balu.
The Jungle Tales of Tarzan