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Heart of the World

H. Rider Haggard

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Book tells of the search for a secret and hidden Mayan civilization living in a long lost city filled with gold and jewels! It is also a love story of a couple willing to give up everything, for true love. And it is a melodramatic adventure story of good against evil.

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This is a workmanlike Haggard tale with some features familiar from his other books. It is fairly routine but, as always with Haggard, there are some fascinating passages.

Don Ignatio, descendant of Guatemoc, King of the Aztecs, narrates the tale. He resembles Harmachis in Haggard's Cleopatra (who...more

‘Heart of the World’ is set in Mexico, part of the reason why I wanted to read this particular book. It follows the adventures of stalwart Englishman James Strickland and his Indian companion Don Ignatio as they try to find the lost Indian city of great wealth, an El Dorado in Central America. Th...more

Although I had previously read and hugely enjoyed no fewer than 40 novels by H. Rider Haggard, I yet felt a trifle nervous before beginning the author's "Heart of the World." I had recently finished Haggard's truly excellent novel of 1893, "Montezuma's Daughter"--a novel that deals with the downf...more

The main idea is very much similar to 'The people of the mist' by Haggard. But you will never get bored or think that two stories are just alike.

With King Solomon's Mines, Allan Quatermain, and She, Haggard hit an early peak with his popular formula of taking a brave Englishman, adding exotic locales, native women, and glorious riches, and then capping it all off with an explosive climax (the Englishman being the hero, of course). Perhaps...more

শেষ করলাম হেনরি রাইডার হযাগারডের অনযতম আলোড়ন সৃষটিকারী বই "হারট অফ দয ওয়ারলড"

সেবা পরকাশনীতে এযাবতকালে পরকাশিত সমভবত হযাগারডের
সবথেকে বড় অনুবাদ এটি। মূল বইটি পরকাশিত হয় ১৯৯৫ সালে।

মযাকসিকান ইনডিয়ানদের হাজার বছরের অতীত গৌরবানবিত ইতিহাস থেকে শুরু করে উনিশ শতকে তাদের পদানত অবসথাকে অতযনত সুনদরভাবে উপস...more

A beautiful Indian princess and a white Englishman fall in love but suffer deeply because of their feelings and her Indian background. Yet another ill-fated lovers novel by Haggard! Set in Mexico in the late 18th century, the love story is set along side the tale of down trodden Indians at the ex...more

After reading King Solomon's Mines and The People of the Mist , and enjoying both of them so much, I thought I would like Heart of the World a lot more, specially because the fisrt two books are settled in Africa and, consequently, based on Haggard's inspiration taken from the african tribes,...more

সেবার অনুবাদে পড়ে ফেলা। হযাগারডের রচনা হিসেবে খুবই অনুমানযোগয।

I became of fan of Haggard in my teens when I read the Wisdom's Daughter, the first of his Ayesha books, and went back for more. Heart of the World is one of almost a dozen books by the author I had on my bookshelves, and this is the one I found least memorable. It's said if you can't get into a...more

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