H. Rider Haggard's 19th-century novel "Allan Quatermain," is the sequel to the novel "King Solomon's Mines"(1885). In this novel, adventurer Allan Quaterman's son has passed away and Quatermain longs to get back into the wild. From the eastern coast of Africa, he and a party of comrades arrive in the hostile territory of the Maasai and eventually make their way to a sacred lake of the Zu-Vendis. Although they are not welcome, the lake is ruled by two queens who take a great liking to the party. "King Solomon's Mines" and "Allan Quatermain" were adapted into the film King Solomon's Treasure (1979).
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H. Rider Haggard (1856-1925) was an English adventure fiction and non-fiction writer. His works include short stories and novels that have influenced adult and children’s literature alike. Considered a pioneer in the lost world literary genre, his stories are often set in exotic locations, primarily Africa. Haggard’s stories have been adapted into films countless times. The Ayesha novel series has seen several film adaptations, including She (1965) with Peter Cushing and Ursula Andress, based loosely on the books.
|Publicatiedatum||11 februari 2021|
|Speelduur||11u 3m 22s|
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