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Indian Tales by Rudyard Kipling

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Indian Tales
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Publisher: Tudor Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 1595476172
Number of pages: 772

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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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