by Rudyard Kipling
Publisher: Tudor Publishing 1899
Number of pages: 772
A set of Indian tales that first appeared in Macmillans Magazine. Contents: The Finest Story in the World, With the Main Guard, Wee Willie Winkie, The Rout of the White Hussars, At Twenty-two, The Courting of Dinah Shadd, The Story of Muhammad Din, In Flood Time, My Own True Ghost Story, The Big Drunk Draf', By Word of Mouth, The Drums of the Fore and Aft, The Sending of Dana Da, On the City Wall, The Broken-link Handicap, On Greenhow Hill, To Be Filed for Reference, The Man Who Would Be King, The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows, etc.
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by Rudyard Kipling - HarperCollins
Mowgli's days are filled with danger and excitement. He learns about the jungle from the wise old bear, Baloo, and the great black panther, Bagheera. He is befriended by the faithful wolf, Gray Brother, and is carried off by the crafty Monkey-People.
by Rudyard Kipling - Macmillan
In The Second Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling draws on the same elements that delighted so many readers in his original masterpiece - a profound knowledge of India, an understanding of jungle animals, and a remarkable imagination.
by Rudyard Kipling - B. W. Dodge & Co.
Collection of previously uncollected short works by Rudyard Kipling including stories, poems and letters. 'Abaft the Funnel' was published (1909) in the United States without Kipling's permission, incorporating uncollected early work.
by Rudyard Kipling - eBooks@Adelaide
A bitter, disillusioned series of poems centred on Britain's role in colonialism and Empire building. With reverberating lyrics, Kipling writes of the ruthless means that were often employed to add nations to the Empire, and the subsequent effects.