History Creator / HRiderHaggard

12th Mar '16 5:45:54 PM foxley
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* HumanNotepad: The heroine of ''Mr Meeson's Will'' has the eponymous will tattooed on her back after she and Meeson's are stranded on a desert island with no writing materials.

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* HumanNotepad: The heroine of ''Mr Meeson's Will'' has the eponymous will tattooed on her back after she and Meeson's Meeson are stranded on a desert island with no writing materials.
21st Nov '15 2:01:05 AM Glim
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* SeductiveMummy: Ma-Mee from ''Smith and the Pharaohs''.
30th Jan '15 3:48:40 AM foxley
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* HumanNotepad: The heroine of ''Mr Meeson's Will'' has the eponymous will tattooed on her back after she and Meeson's are stranded on a desert island with no writing materials.
3rd Jan '15 3:28:43 PM foxley
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* CouldntFindAPen: In ''Mr Meeson's Will'', a dying millionaire trapped on a desert island has his will tattooed on the back of a fellow castaway.
11th Jan '14 10:26:57 PM PaulA
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* SecondaryCharacterTitle: Several of Haggard's novels are titled after the hero's love interest, even if she is not not the main focus of the novel. ''Nada the Lily'' is an excellent example.

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* SecondaryCharacterTitle: Several of Haggard's novels novels, such as ''Nada the Lily'', are titled after the hero's love interest, even if she is not not the main focus of the novel. ''Nada the Lily'' is an excellent example.novel.
11th Jan '14 3:29:20 AM foxley
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* SecondaryCharacterTitle: Several of Haggard's novels are titled after the hero's love interest, even if she is not not the main focus of the novel. ''Nada the Lily'' is an excellent example.
19th May '12 3:45:38 PM LordGro
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Henry Rider Haggard (1856 1925), English writer of adventure stories, often set in Africa (he had spent seven years in South Africa as a young man).

His two best-known novels are ''Literature/KingSolomonsMines'', in which a group of Englishmen, guided by the hunter Allan Quatermain, go in search of the eponymous treasure chamber; and ''Literature/{{She}}'', in which Leo Vincey and Horace Holly are guided by a Vincey heirloom to a lost African kingdom ruled by the immortal queen Ayesha, whose subjects call her "She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed". Both have numerous prequels and sequels -- including (perhaps inevitably) ''She and Allan'', which is a prequel to both -- and both have been filmed multiple times.

!!Works by H. Rider Haggard with their own trope page include:

* ''Literature/KingSolomonsMines'' and sequels
* ''Literature/{{She}}'' and sequels
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!!H. Rider Haggard's other works include examples of:

* DarkestAfrica
* DeathOfTheHypotenuse: In ''Mary of Marion Isle''
* JungleOpera
* LostWorld: Haggard was one of the trope makers.
* MightyWhitey: In ''Montezuma's Daughter'', an Englishman leads Mexican natives in their struggle against Spanish colonizers.
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