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    by Rudyard Kipling

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    1914. Kipling, English short-story writer, novelist and poet, who celebrated the heroism of British colonial soldiers in India and Burma, was the first Englishman to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. These tales were collected by Kipling from all places and all sorts of people. Contents: The Lang Men o' Larut; Reingelder and the German Flag; The Wandering Jew; Through the Fire; The Finances of the Gods; The Amir's Homily; Jews in Shushan; The Limitations of Pambe Serang; Little Tobrah; Bubbling Well Road; The City of Dreadful Night; Georgie Porgie; Naboth; The Dream of Duncan Parrenness; The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney; The Courting of Dinah Shadd; On Greenhow Hill; The Man Who Was; The Head of the District; Without Benefit of Clergy; At the End of the Passage; The Mutiny of the Mavericks; The Mark of the Beast; The Return of Imray; Namgay Doola; Bertran and Bimi; and Moti Guj-Mutineer. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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