Nada the Lily
Statement by the author: The author's aim... has been to convey, in a narrative form, some idea of the remarkable spirit which animated these kings and their subjects, and to make accessible, in a popular shape, incidents of history which are now, for the most part, only to be found in a few scarce works of reference, rarely consulted, except by students.
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This is a back-story of the youth of Umslopogaas, who later became a companion of Allen Quartermain and died a heroic death in the novel Allen Quatermain. It is the tragic story of how Umslopogaas ... Read full review