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Drawing on his knowledge of Africa and of ancient legends, Haggard weaves this disturbing tale of Ayesha, the mysterious white queen of a Central African tribe. She, or "She-who-must-be-obeyed," is the embodiment of the mythological female figure wh ...Continua
Pasha
Ha scritto il 19/11/14

The only remarcable feature of this novel is that, although written at the end of the XIXth century, its style is very modern. An easy read.

currerbell
Ha scritto il 29/10/10

This provides an interesting look into the popular culture of the Victorian Age. Its literary merits...not so much; but its cultural merits and sheer entertainment value make it worth a read.

Robot-mel
Ha scritto il 02/12/07
I’d read King Solomon’s Mines when I was 12 and first moved back to England and I didn’t like it at all. But decided I would give Haggard another go as sahra_patroness had recommended this one VERY highly and she and I have very similar taste in book...Continua

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