New York, NY: Dodge Publishing Company, 1899. [Fiction] ORIENTAL EDITION. Octavo (21 x 14cm), pp.[vi]; 750; [ii], blank. Publisher's red cloth lettered in gilt to spine and boards, blocked in colour to boards and spine, gilt top edge. Title page in red and black. Portrait frontispiece with tissue guard, list of 16 illustrations on pp. v-vi. Internally bright and clean, neat gift inscription to flyleaf, minor toning to lower edge of textblock, small signs of wear to edges of board otherwise binding in good condition. Kipling was born in India, which inspired much of his work and was one of the most popular writers in the British Empire. He also wrote The Jungle Book and The Man Who Would Be King. Item #51773
Standard worldwide shipping and insurance is free for all items ordered directly through our website. For expedited delivery, please contact us directly. See our full terms.