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“She” by Henry Rider Haggard— the end! Part VII

Let’s raise our glasses!  The book is finished! When we left our “party” they were headed downward into endless caverns following Ayesha, She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed, who went “springing from step to step, like a chamois . . .”  It took them a … Continue reading

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“She” by Henry Rider Haggard Part VI

Now a journey–everybody packs.  Billali and a lot of the mutes will be going, with a litter to carry Ayesha (She-who-must-be- obeyed). Ayesha is in charge, of course, and leads the way.  “After stopping for breakfast” (Denny’s) they travel until … Continue reading

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“She” by Henry Rider Haggard Part III

How are you coming along with your reading of She? What? you’re ahead of me? I’m at 48%.  Wish it could have been 50% for this post, but “She” is just about, just about to pull the filmy veiling from … Continue reading

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