Kim

References

  1. ^ Ann Parry, "Recovering the Connection between Kim and Contemporary History", in Kipling, Rudyard, Kim (2002), p. 310.
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  9. ^ Peter Hopkirk in Quest for Kim:In Search of Kipling's Great Game London:J Murray, 1996
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  16. ^ Rudyard Kipling Kim Illustrated by Stuart Tresilian. Macmillan, 1959.

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