Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Ayesha - the Return of She by Henry Rider Haggard 'The dogs had seen us now and came on, growling and baying fearfully. With a rush they came, and I am not ashamed to own that I felt terribly afraid. One . . . outstripped the others and, leaping up, sprang straight at my throat.' …

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by Henry Rider Haggard 'I looked up again and now her perfect form lay in his arms, and her lips were pressed against his own; and thus, with the corpse of his dead love for an altar, did Leo Vincey plight his troth to her red-handed murderess.' I'll begin my review with a question: to …

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