For most young people today who regard Kipling only as a teller of tales to a chance to discover his great talent as a short...

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THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF RUDYARD KIPLING

For most young people today who regard Kipling only as a teller of tales to a chance to discover his great talent as a short story writer. A varied The Man Who Would The and many stories drawn from the author's own colorful , from the best of his animal from adventure to imagination. Mr. Jarrell has an excellent opportunity to discover or recapture the magic of Kipling.

Pub Date: Nov. 17, 1961

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1961