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KIM

By Rudyard Kipling

Author of” Plain Tales from the Hills,” “The Seven Seas,” “The Jungle Books,” “The Day’s Work,” “Stalky & Co.,” etc.

 NEW YORK
DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1901
Copyright 1900, 1901


KIM

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 11
CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 7 CHAPTER 12
CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 8 CHAPTER 13
CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 9 CHAPTER 14
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 10 CHAPTER 15

 

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Kim  
‘Beggars a plenty have I met, and holy men to boot, but never such a yogi nor such a disciple.’ 
He sat long-legged on the little beast, with the big sword at his side — hand dropped on the pommel — staring fiercely over the flat lands.
The lama and Kim walked a little to one side; Kim chewing his stick of sugar-cane, and making way for no one under the  status of a priest.
‘First I will take my pay,’ the letter-writer said.
‘Pathans are not faithless—except in horseflesh.’ 
‘They are all most holy and—most greedy . . . I have walked the pillars and trodden the temples till my feet are flayed, and the  child is no whit better.’ 
Full-fleshed, heavy-haunched, bull-necked, and deep-voiced.
‘I am the woman of Shamlegh.’ 
He crossed his hands on his lap and smiled, as a man who has won
Salvation for himself and his beloved.