Henry Rider Haggard was born on June 22, 1856 in West Bradenham Hall, Norfolk. In 1875, he went to South Africa as secretary to the governor of Natal. The writer also served on several government commissions concerning agriculture and was knighted in 1912 and 1919 for these services.Haggard’s outstanding powers of imagination secure him a high rank in prose literature. He died in London on May 14, 1925.
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"Classic story, great reading"
Not much else to say. If you are a fan of classic adventure writers like Robert E. Howard and Edgar Rice Burroughs, then H. Rider Haggard's She is a requirement.
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