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DetailsKing Solomons Mines is a story about the adventures of three men - Allan Quatermain, Sir Henry Curtis and Captain John Goodwho go on a rescue mission to find Sir Henry Curtisbrother, Neville. Neville is last known to have gone in search of the fabled King Solomons Mines, which is said to be full of riches and unimaginable valuables. The party retraces the steps of Neville, whichtakes them through many dangers, adventures and evil intentions. Haggard weaves a tale of fantasy and adventure around the search of a man lost for two years.The exotic land of Africa is colouredas a dangerous and exciting place. There are instances in the storywhere the superiority of the civilised folk manifests itself. However, the honour and benevolence of the tribal people is highlightedthroughout the book. The story teaches one very important lesson,which is to keep trying till you succeed.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sir H. Rider Haggard, in full Sir Henry Rider Haggard, English novelist best known for his romantic adventure King Solomons Mines (1885). In 1879, he wrote a history of recent events in southern Africa, Cetywayo and His White Neighbours (1882). He published two unsuccessful novels but captured the public with his African adventure story King Solomons Mines. He followed this with She (1887) and further stories of Africa, notably Allan Quatermain (1887), Nada the Lily (1892), Queen Shebas Ring (1910), Marie (1912), and The Ivory Child (1916). He used other settings for such striking romances as Cleopatra (1889), Montezumas Daughter (1893), and Heart of the World (1896). A Farmers Year (1899) and Rural England, 2 vol. (1902), are works of some importance. His autobiography, The Days of My Life: An Autobiography by Sir H. Rider Haggard (1926), was edited by C.J. Longman and published posthumously.
SKU Code PRK B 4994 Weight in Kg 0.3000 Brand Bookwomb Dispatch Period in Days 3 ISBN No. 9789385031458 Author Name SIR HENRY RIDER HAGGARD Publisher Name OM BOOKS INTERNATIONAL