The Brushwood Boy
Kipling, Rudyard

London: MacMillan and Co., 1907. F 91 pages, printed one side only; tissue guarded color frontispiece plate illustration by F.H. Townsend and with others by him in the text; (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; small previous owner bookplate on endpaper (not identified) and previous owner signatures opposite; bound in light blue cloth with a gilt cover illustration of a squalling infant, gilt cover & spine titles, top edge gilt; some edge, tips wear, soiling to binding; very good condition. Very Good H (Item ID: 19096)


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