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Collected Stories

Rudyard Kipling


  • Hardcover
    $48.39
PUBLISHED: 20th October 1994
ISBN: 9781857151992
ANNOTATION:
This selection covers the full range of Kipling's extraordinary short stories throughout his career. Above all, they convey a wonderful sense of life and energy and reveal Kipling as a far greater and more diverse writer than most people suspect.
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  • Hardcover
    $48.39
PUBLISHED: 20th October 1994
ISBN: 9781857151992
ANNOTATION:
This selection covers the full range of Kipling's extraordinary short stories throughout his career. Above all, they convey a wonderful sense of life and energy and reveal Kipling as a far greater and more diverse writer than most people suspect.

Annotation

This selection covers the full range of Kipling's extraordinary short stories throughout his career. Above all, they convey a wonderful sense of life and energy and reveal Kipling as a far greater and more diverse writer than most people suspect.

Publisher Description

This selection covers the full range of Kipling's extraordinary short stories throughout his career. Ranging in subject matter from the Indain to the Occult, from children to animals, from domestic comedy to public tragedy, each is masterly in its way. Above all, they convey a wonderful sense of life and energy and reveal Kipling as a far greater and more diverse writer than most people suspect. This is an ideal gift-book, perfect for reading in short snatches or long stretches, according to taste.

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Author won Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907

Product Details

Pages
911
Series
Everyman's Library Classics S.
Year
1994
ISBN-10
1857151992
ISBN-13
9781857151992
Format
Hardcover
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Author
Rudyard Kipling
Media
Book
Publisher
Everyman
Language
English
Publication Date
1994-10-20
Audience
General/Trade