Red Dog Rudyard Kipling. For our white and our excellent nights—for the nights of swift running, Fair ranging, far seeing, good hunting, sure cunning! For the smells of the dawning, untainted, ere dew has departed! For the rush through the mist, and the quarry blind-started! For the cry of our mates when the sambhur has wheeled and is standing at bay, For the risk and the riot of night! For.
The Power of the Dog The Prairie The Prayer The Prayer of Miriam Cohen Preadmonisheth Ye Ghoste of Desmarets Preface to Land and Sea Tales Prelude (to Departmental Ditties) The Press Private Ortheris's Song Pro Tem The Pro-Consuls The Prodigal Son A Profession of Faith The Progress of the Spark A Prologue Prologue to the Master-Cook's Tale A.
Author: Rudyard Kipling. 'Thy Servant A Dog' And other Dog Stories. Title: 'Thy Servant A Dog' And other Dog Stories. Year of publication: 1950. We appreciate the impact a good book can have. We all like the idea of saving a bit of cash, so when we found out how many good quality used books are out there - we just had to let you know!
The Swastika Many of Rudyard Kipling's older books have a swastika printed on their covers, which has led to many claiming that he is racist. The truth is that the swastika is an Indian sign of good luck, often used by Hindu traders on their account books; when the Nazis started to gain recognition he commanded the engraver to remove it from.
Red dust jacket over red cloth boards. Illustrated by G.L. Stampa. Firm binding to clean, lightly tanned pages with bright copy throughout. Minor foxing to endpapers and occasional page edges. Clean squared boards with bright gilt lettering to spine. Light rub wear to edges and bumped corners. Moderate shelf wear and markings to dust jacket with tanning to spine and edges. Creasing and tears.
Thy Servant A Dog told by Boots, edited by Rudyard Kipling and illustrated by G L Stampa. November 1930 reprint of October 1930 1st edition and includes February 1931 inscription. Brown soft leather-bound hardcover with gilt titles and gilt picture of dog on front, small tears to both spine ends and partially split spine hinge but otherwise cover wear confined to edges. 93 gilt edged pages.
The Power of the Dog. Rudyard Kipling - 1865-1936. There is sorrow enough in the natural way From men and women to fill our day; And when we are certain of sorrow in store, Why do we always arrange for more? Brothers and Sisters, I bid you beware Of giving your heart to a dog to tear. Buy a pup and your money will buy Love unflinching that cannot lie— Perfect passion and worship fed By a.
The fringed lips drew back and up; the red tongue curled; the lower jaw dropped and dropped till you could see half-way down the hot gullet; and the gigantic dog-teeth stood clear to the pit of the gums till they rang together, upper and under, with the snick of steel-faced wards shooting home round the edges of a safe. Next instant the street was empty; Bagheera had leaped back through the.