This document is designed to be placed in a folder or on a diskette and be read by any browser. This HTML version was created because I prefer reading text through a browser, with a variable pitch font, rather than through a text reader in a fixed font. I have tried to make this document as simple as possible to work in a variety of browsers. I have also made the document internally referenced so it can be read off-line, without tying up an Internet connection. The document uses 8.3 style filenames so it can be read using DOS or Windows 3.1.
I would suggest adjusting the frame width until the capitalized words at the beginning of the chapter take up one almost full line. This should give you a comfortable line length for reading.
If you have any comments about this HTML document you may you may email me. The following is the documentation from the original text file:
At the Earth's Core, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
April, 1994 [Etext #123]
This etext was created by Judith Boss, Omaha, Nebraska. The equipment: an IBM-compatible 486/50, a Hewlett-Packard ScanJet IIc flatbed scanner, and Calera Recognition Systems' M/600 Series Professional OCR software and RISC accelerator board donated by Calera Recognition Systems.
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