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Under the Deodars by Rudyard Kipling

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Under the Deodars
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Publisher: Greenock
ISBN/ASIN: 1592243193
Number of pages: 244

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This is the history of a failure; but the woman who failed said that it might be an instructive tale to put into print for the benefit of the younger generation. The younger generation does not want instruction, being perfectly willing to instruct if any one will listen to it. None the less, here begins the story where every right-minded story should begin, that is to say at Simla, where all things begin and many come to an evil end.

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