Definition of Sir Henry Rider Haggard

1. Noun. British writer noted for romantic adventure novels (1856-1925).

Exact synonyms: Haggard, Rider Haggard
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sir Henry Rider Haggard

Sir Gawain
Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson
Sir George Otto Trevelyan
Sir George Paget Thomson
Sir Geraint
Sir Hans Adolf Krebs
Sir Harold George Nicolson
Sir Harold Walter Kroto
Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder
Sir Henry Bessemer
Sir Henry Joseph Wood
Sir Henry Maxmilian Beerbohm
Sir Henry Morgan
Sir Henry Morton Stanley
Sir Henry Percy
Sir Henry Rider Haggard (current term)
Sir Henry Wood
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim
Sir Howard Walter Florey
Sir Humphrey Davy
Sir Humphrey Gilbert
Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Pitman
Sir Jack Hobbs
Sir Jacob Epstein
Sir James Augustus Henry Murray
Sir James Augustus Murray
Sir James Clark Ross
Sir James Dewar

Literary usage of Sir Henry Rider Haggard

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1. Handbook of the European War by Corinne Bacon (1916)
"I answer "absolutely" all such things are past history, 1 By Sir Henry Rider Haggard. Quoted from the New York Times Current History of the War, December 1, ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"Sir Henry Rider Haggard, author of many widely read romances, among them being " She." THOMAS HARDY, generally considered to be the greatest living English ..."

3. The New York Times Current History of the European War (1915)
"Sir Henry Rider Haggard, author of many widely read romances, among them being " She." THOMAS HARDY, generally considered to be the greatest living English ..."

4. Common Sense about the War by Bernard Shaw (1914)
"Sir Henry Rider Haggard, author of many widely read romances, among them being " She." THOMAS HARDY, generally considered to be the greatest living English ..."

5. A First Sketch of English Literature by Henry Morley (1912)
"One of the first was Sir Henry Rider Haggard (1856— ), whose greatest success has been King Solomon's Mines (18851,3 fine romance, possibly suggested by ..."

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