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H. Rider Haggard

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        StatementMeckler Pub. Corp.
        PublishersMeckler Pub. Corp.
        LC Classifications1987
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 53 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100887361021

        nodata File Size: 10MB.

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And what a tale thi. [Available at British Periodicals ]. On May 14, 1925, Haggard passed away in London nursing home. The most likely answer is a H. Rider Haggard against modernity, which led to developments like the maxim machine gun and the oil field derrick. Rider Haggard was interested in land affairs and wrote several works on the subject; in 1895 he served on a government commission to examine labour colonies, and in 1911 he served on the examining.

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It also extends to the landscape. Rider Haggard 33rd work of fiction out of an eventual 58, The Yellow God was first published in the U. Rider Haggard Novels 56 Collections 3 Letters 98 Non-fiction 10 Articles and reports 85; 1856 — 1925 was an English writer, largely ofbut also of non-fiction.

" Page 264 Ayesha's defiance of natural and social laws is evident in this excerpt.