Allan Quatermain: being an account of his further adventures and discoveries in company with Sir Henry Curtis, Bart., Commander John Good, R.N., and one umslopogaas

Allan Quatermain: being an account of his further adventures and discoveries in company with Sir Henry Curtis, Bart., Commander John Good, R.N., and one umslopogaas

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by H. Rider Haggard
     
 

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ISBN-13:
2940016856711
Publisher:
Chicago : W.B. Conkey Company
Series:
Allan Quatermain Series
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
592 KB

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Allan Quatermain 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Insidekitty83 More than 1 year ago
I'm sure the novel itself is exemplary, but it would seem that the scanner of this book simply scanned and published the electronic copy without so much as a cursory glance to fix any mistakes and mis-prints. Truly it was painful to try to read the unintelligible text that had been mis-copied so badly that many lines were simply a collection of random symbols. To the person who scanned this book: if you cannot take this task seriously, then desist in your mutilation of this fine series of books and go play checkers. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to disagree with the previous review... I found this book very entertaining, and although it reflects the values from a century ago, it isn't racist by a long shot.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I found the book full of presumptions and condescending attitudes towards the Natives and aboriginal communities. What strikes the reader is the fixed idea that Allain has about race mating. It also raises Shakesperian issues like problems confronted (or to be confronted) by people from different cultures and races who intend to mate. The view that the sun connot mate with darkness is very strong in the book. Even in terms of the common Man in the West, this attitudes is based on class, cast, race and prejudice. But beyond this, the story seems to have its entertaining aspect.