Under the Deodars (with) The Story of the Gadsbys. A Tale Without a Plot.
Kipling, Rudyard

New York: Street & Smith, 1894. 196 pages + (26) pages of advertisements at back for the publisher's items, books & magazines as well as for various U.S. railroads along with nostrums and cures, a la quackery; back of magazine touts Hall's Hair Renewer Vegetable Sicilian; containing the author's short stories in Under the Deodars and the longer "The Story of the Gadsbys. A Tale Without A Plot"; (Joseph) Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) author, born in Bombay, wrote especially of the imperial race doing justice and upholding law, the two poles of family and empire about which his genius turned, his authoritarian political faith later became unacceptable to many, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, 1907; Arrow Library No. 70 of this publisher's series of pocket novels and literature; no copyright date but internal evidence indicates 1894 and consistent with this type of publication; bound in illustrated paper wraps; some light edge, tips wear to binding, darkened a bit; leaves evenly browned; very good condition. Very Good S (Item ID: 18881)


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