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" that, great as Conan Doyle and Stanley Weyman are in the field of romance, in the art of sheer, unadulterated storytelling, Rider Haggard is the master of them all. ' Swallow ' is an African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips... "
Pearl-maiden: a tale of the fall of Jerusalem - Page 466
by Henry Rider Haggard - 1902 - 463 pages
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Sir Patrick: The Puddock

Lucy Bethia Walford - History - 1899 - 312 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....narration. . . . The finest portrait of all is that of the litile Kaffir witch doctoress, Sihamba, who will live in the reader's memory long after he has closed...
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Allan Quatermain: Being an Account of His Further Adventures and Discoveries ...

Henry Rider Haggard, Andrew Lang - Quatermain, Allan (Fictitious character) - 1899 - 278 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the .attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....masterpiece of narration. . . . The finest portrait of alt is that of the little Kaffir witch doctoress, Sihamba, who will live in the reader's memory long...
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The Undoing of John Brewster

Lady Mabel Howard - English fiction - 1899 - 315 pages
...African story, a tale 01 the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end. The tale is told by an old Boer woman, 'the yrouw Botmar,' and it is a masterpiece of narration. . . . The finest portrait of all is that of the...
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Parson Kelly

Alfred Edward Woodley Mason, Andrew Lang - Fiction in English - 1899 - 417 pages
...an African ston tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader fr the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end. The tale is told by an old B..woman, * the Vrouw Botmar,' and it is a masterpiece of narration. . . . The firt portrait of all...
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The Literary World, Volume 30

Literature - 1899
...the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning ana holds it steadily to the end. The tale is told by an old Boer woman, and it is a masterpiece of narration. ' Swallow ' is a remarkable romance."— The Newt and Courier,...
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Yeoman Fleetwood

M. E. Francis - 1900 - 403 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....the book, and who is a worthy companion of the great Umslopx>gaas himself. Altogether * Swallow ' is a remarkable romance.*' —CHARLESTON NEWS. "The Englishman's...
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A Gentleman of France: Being the Memoirs of Gaston de Bonne, Sieur de Marsac

Stanley John Weyman - France - 1900 - 412 pages
...African story, a tale ot the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....narration. . . . The finest portrait of all is that of the litile Kaffir witch doctoress, Sihamba, who will live in the reader's memory long after he has closed...
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The Man in Black

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1901 - 212 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....Umslopogaas himself. Altogether * Swallow ' is a remarkable romance.1' — CHARLESTON NKWS. ** It is a slashing, dashing . . . romance of Boers and Kaffirs in...
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The Fiery Dawn

Mary Elizabeth Coleridge - 1901 - 361 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....has closed the book, and who is a worthy companion ot the great Umslopogaas himself. Altogether ' Swallow ' is a remarkable romance." — CHARLESTON NEWS....
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Some experiences of an Irish R. M.

Martin Ross - 1901 - 309 pages
...African story, a tale of the Boers and Kaffirs and Zulus, and it grips the attention of the reader from the very beginning and holds it steadily to the end....narration. . . . The finest portrait of all is that of the litile Kaffir witch doctoress, Sihamba, who will live in the reader's memory long after he has closed...
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