King Solomon's Mines (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Oxford World's Classics0198722958978-019872295312 años y másOxford University Press España, S.A.; Edición: 2 11 de febrero de 2016)272 páginasInglés

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  1. Es un cl sico de aventuras necesario leerlo por todas las adaptaciones cinematogr ficas posteriores Y mucho mejor en ingl s para captar matices.


  2. I have bought the paperback edition of this book.The book looks like to be made by a cheap neighborhood copy shop There is no title on the spine, it has no index, the letters are extremely small so the 300 pages regular edition fits here in 94 pages In the description of the product says clearly 98 pages, so I supose it s my fault to overview it.Anyway my intention is to warn consumers about the low quality of this good.


  3. Le la traducci n en la edici n de Anaya pero el original ingl s te contextualiza m s la poca Sigue fresco tras m s de un siglo y sigue siendo imprescindible para entender el colonialismo.


  4. I grew up on the movie so it was quit a shocker to read the book As stated in the beginning there are no petticoated women in this book It is a men s adventure written by a man for men You can not miss the hand of H Rider Haggard as he has a unique sense of humor that pops up at the strangest times He may be a little verbose but every word has a use And as with written stories this one is much intricate than the movie adaptations You will find many assumptions of the time such as any complex co [...]


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