Alfred Egmont Hake  

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Alfred Egmont Hake (1849–1916) was an English author and social thinker. He became associated with the narrative of Charles George Gordon as a figure of the British Empire, in a fortuitous way.

He is the author of Regeneration: A Reply to Max Nordau (1896).

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