King Solomon's Mines

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SKU / ISBN No 9788190696357
Product Title King Solomon's Mines
Board ISC
Subject Accountancy
Class Nursery
Publisher Campfire
Author H Rider Haggard
Publication Year 2013
Edition New Edition
Weight 185 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference General Books
Age Group Ages 13+

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About the Author: Sir Henry Rider Haggard was born on 22nd June 1856, in Norfolk, England. He was very much an Englishman and a gentleman, but like his most famous creation, Allan Quatermain, he found himself in the wilds of Africa at the tender age of nineteen. The eighth of ten children, Henry was sent to work for free at a post in South Africa. His father, a barrister, and his mother, an author, wanted him to learn a useful trade while he was there. Instead, what Henry discovered was the extent to which adventure can be found in the heart of Africa. It left an indelible impression on him and became the setting and influence for many of the books he would later write. Having worked in, and travelled around, South Africa for several years, Henry finally settled down with his wife in England, in 1881. He began to study law and was called to the bar in 1884. While pursuing this more traditional occupation, literary work still held great appeal for him. As a result, his first book, Cetywayo and his White Neighbors

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