Kim

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An epic rendition of the imperial experience in India, and perhaps his greatest long work, the Penguin Classics edition of Rudyard Kipling's Kim is edited with an introduction by Harish Trivedi, and includes a general preface by Jan Montefiore. Kim, orphaned son of an Irish soldier and a poor white mother, and the lama, an old ascetic priest, are on a quest. Kim was born and raised in India and plays with the slum children as he lives on the streets, but he is white, a sahib, and wants to play the Great Game of Imperialism; ...

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Kim
1982, Blackstone Audiobooks, Ashland

ISBN-13: 9780786105335

Library edition

Audiobook cassette

Kim
1981, Macmillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780333327999

Centenary edition

Hardcover

Kim
1981, Troll Communications

ISBN-13: 9780893756109

Trade paperback

Kim
1979, Laurel Leaf Library

ISBN-13: 9780440945000

Mass-market paperback

Kim
1976, Macmillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780330247757

Paperback

Kim
1965, Peter Smith Publisher

ISBN-13: 9780804900751

88th edition

Trade paperback

Kim
1961, Macmillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780333000328

Paperback

Kim
1949, Macmillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780333052396

Young People's edition

Hardcover

Kim
Mahaveer Publishers

ISBN-13: 9788183520577

Paperback

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