AN ACCOUNT OF HIS FURTHER ADVENTURES AND DISCOV-
ERIES IN COMPANY WITH SIR HENRY CURTIS, BART.,
COMMANDER JOHN GOOD, R.N., AND
I Inscribe this Book of Adventure
to my son,
ARTHUR JOHN RIDER HAGGARD,
in the hope that in days to come
he, and many other boys whom I shall never know, may, in
the acts and thoughts of
ALLAN QUATERMAIN AND HIS COMPANIONS.
as herein recorded, find something
to help him and them to reach to what, with Sir Henry
Curtis, I hold to be the highest rank whereto
we can attain—the state and
- I: The Consul's Yarn
- II: The Black Hand
- III: The Mission Station
- IV: Alphonse and His Annette
- V: Umslopogaas Makes a Promise
- VI: The Night Wears On
- VII: A Slaughter Grim and Great
- VIII: Alphonse Explains
- IX: Into the Unknown
- X: The Rose of Fire
- XI: The Frowning City
- XII: The Sister Queens
- XIII: About the Zu-Vendi People
- XIV: The Flower Temple
- XV: Sorais' Song
- XVI: Before the Statue
- XVII: The Storm Breaks
- XVIII: War! Red War!
- XIX: A Strange Wedding
- XX: The Battle of the Pass
- XXI: Away! Away!
- XXII: How Umslopogaas Held the Stair
- XXIII: I Have Spoken
- XXIV: By Another Hand
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