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Allan Quatermain

H. Rider Haggard

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Allan Quatermain, the sequel to King Solomon’s Mines, was first serialized in Longman’s Magazine in the U.K. and subsequently published as a novel in 1887. In it we see the eponymous hero reunited with his companions to travel to Africa on a dangerous and adventuresome quest to try to find a legendary tribe of white-skinned people, the Zu-Vendi. Having discovered their remote and isolated country, Quatermain and his crew become embroiled in its internal affairs, culminating in a bitter and violent civil war.

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