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She

She


Henry Rider Haggard

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She by H. Rider Haggard IN EARTH AND SKIE AND SEA STRANGE THYNGS THER BE Doggerel couplet from the Sherd of Amenartas I inscribe this history to ANDREW LANG in token of personal regard and of my sincere admiration for his learning and his works Introduction In giving to the world the record of what, looked at as an adventure only, is I suppose one of the most wonderful and mysterious experiences ever undergone by mortal men, I feel it incumbent on me to explain what my exact connection with it ...

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My First Book

My First Book


Jerome Klapka Jerome
Robert Louis Stevenson
Henry Rider Haggard
Bret Harte
Rudyard Kipling
Walter Besant
James Payn
Clark Russell
Grant Allen
Hall Caine
George Robert Sims
Athur Conan Doyle
Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Frederick William Robinson
Robert Michael Ballantyne
Israel Zangwill
Morley Roberts
David Christie Murray
Marie Corelli
John Strange Winter
Arthur Quiller-Couch
Robert Williams Buchanan

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Year of publication: 1894

My First Book INTRODUCTION By Jerome K. Jerome Jerome K. Jerome PLEASE, sir, he said, could you tell me the right time Twenty minutes to eight, I replied, looking at my watch. Oh, he remarked. Then added for my information after a pause: I havent got to be in till half-past eight. After that we fell back into our former silence, and sat watching the murky twilight, he at his end of the park seat, I at mine. And do you live far away I asked, lest, he having miscalculated, the short legs might be ...

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Montezuma's Daughter

Montezuma's Daughter


Henry Rider Haggard

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Henry Rider Haggard MONTEZUMAS DAUGHTER NOTE The more unpronounceable of the Aztec names are shortened in many instances out of consideration for the patience of the reader thus Popocatapetl becomes Popo, Huitzelcoatl becomes Huitzel, c. The prayer in Chapter XXVI. is freely rendered from Jourdanets French translation of Fray Bernardino de Sahaguns History of New Spain, written shortly after the conquest of Mexico Book VI, chap. v., to which monumental work and to Prescotts admirable history the ...

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