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The Haggard Side, Being Essays in Fiction

by John Hutton Balfour Browne

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Published by Longmans .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23441111M
OCLC/WorldCa35094801

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  Hi, I bought this book as I had not come across the title before in any Haggard listing. On receipt I found that it is really "Allan Quatermain" and the "new" title is presumably based on the film which starred Richard Chamberlain (which I have not seen).The decription on the back cover of the book states "Allan must postpone his wedding to rescue his brother, who has been tracking a lost /5(5). H. Rider Haggard, Charles H.M. Kerr, Maurice Greiffenhagen, Margaret Atwood Published by Modern Library ISBN ISBN

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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. From that point on, Haggard published up to three books a year for ten years, writing with fervor and speed. Unlike his first two popularly successful novels, his later work was not always considered his most quality writing.

Along with the sequels to King Solomon’s Mines and She, Haggard set Nada the Lily, a novel of the Zulu king Shaka, in. The Blue Curtains. Sir Henry Rider Haggard, KBE (22 June – 14 May ) was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and a founder of the Lost World literary genre.

He was also involved in agricultural reform throughou. In —after much revision—Hurst and Blackett published Haggard's first foray into fiction, Dawn. Like Cetywayo, it was not a commercial success. The following year Hurst and Blackett published The Witch's Head, Haggard's first romance fiction set in Africa.

Much to Haggard's disappointment, these early books earned so little money that he. Rider Haggard is the pen name of Sir Henry The Haggard Side Haggard. an English author of fiction novels that focused mainly on adventures in exotic geographical regions. He is credited as the creator of the literary genre of the “lost world”.

His stories were popular at the time and his best-known novel is King Solomon’s Mines, which deals with the adventures of the main character Allan Quatermain. Henry Rider Haggard | First Editions - Sir Henry Rider Haggard, KBE (22 June – 14 May ), known as H. Rider Haggard, was an English writer of Victorian adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa; he is considered a pioneer of the Lost World literary genre.

RIDER HAGGARD Ultimate Collection: 60+ Works in One Volume: Allan Quatermain Series, Ayesha Series, Lost World Novels, Short Stories, Essays & Autobiography: The People of. I read Henry Rider Haggard's novels as a child at school, and mine was probably the last generation to do so. He wrote fantasy/adventure novels, which he called, probably more accurately, "romances".

His was probably the last generation in which such books could be written about our world, and the next generation of fantasy writers moved them off-planet in science fiction/5. Rider Haggard, KBE (/ ˈ h æ ɡ ər d /; – ) was an English writer, largely of adventure fiction, but also of non-fiction.

The eighth child of a Norfolk barrister and squire, [1] through family connections he gained employment with Sir Henry Bulwer during the latter's service as lieutenant-governor of Natal, South Africa.

[2]Collections↙: 3. Rider Haggard has books on Goodreads with ratings. Rider Haggard’s most popular book is King Solomon's Mines (Allan Quatermain, #1). Essays and criticism on H. Rider Haggard's She/Ayesha - Critical Essays.

and was published only a few years after his first book, Cetywayo Science-fiction angles appear not only in the. She, subtitled A History of Adventure, is a novel by the English writer H.

Rider Haggard, published in book form in following serialisation in The Graphic magazine between October and January She was extraordinarily popular upon its release and has never been out of print. The story is a first-person narrative which follows the journey of Horace Holly and his ward Leo Vincey Author: H.

Rider Haggard. R.D. Mullen The Books of H. Rider Haggard: A Chronological Survey. The publication data, when not first-hand, comes from J.E. Scott's A Bibliography of the Works of Sir Henry Rider Haggard,which lists 25 works not included in the following: two multi-volume government reports, one cheap paperback containing two magazine pieces not otherwise reprinted, and 22 occasional pamphlets in.

Shop the latest titles by Haggard at Alibris including hardcovers, paperbacks, 1st editions, and audiobooks from thousands of sellers worldwide. “Obituary: William Haggard.” The Independent, November 2, Obituary describes the life and works of Haggard, who is described as writing intelligent, very good spy and political fiction.

Summary Bibliography: H. Rider Haggard You are not logged in. Fantastic Fiction of H. Rider Haggard. 1 Fantastic Fiction: 1 () [C] 2 Fantastic Fiction: 2 () [C] Being and Account of His Further Adventures and Discoveries in Company with Sir Henry Curtis.

See all books authored by H. Rider Haggard, including King Solomon's Mines, and She, and more on Being an Account of the Great Adventure of Bastin, Bickley, and Arbuthnot. Rider Haggard Fantastic Fiction: 4-Love Eternal & Barbara Who Came Back. Rider Haggard. For his non-fiction, such as THE POOR AND THE LAND (), and for his government services, Haggard was knighted in In he was created Knight Commander of the British Empire.

Haggard died in London, on. These are the words of Ayesha, the mysterious white queen of a Central African tribe, whose dread title, 'She-who-must-be-obeyed', testifies to her undying beauty and magical powers; but they serve equally well to describe the hold of her author, Henry Rider Haggard, on generations of readers.

Writing 'at white heat', and in the flush of success after the publication of King Solomon's Mines, Haggard drew again 4/5(). 3 Tips for Writing Cosmic Horror That "Goes Beyond" Cosmic horror is unlike any other fiction genre, even in terms of horror.

Author Scott Kenemore shares 3 tips for writing cosmic horror that goes beyond the norms of writing fiction. I have read some different versions of the book and found the Barns & Noble books New York (ISBN ) to have the best introduction (by Clifton Ganyard) that falls just short of Cliff's Notes in explaining Haggard's background and writings/5(59).