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Very Good. 288 pp. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a faintly creased spine; no interior markings. This anthology contains: Introduction by Saros Cowasjee; The Story of Muhammad Din; and Without Benefit of Clergy by Rudyard Kipling; Lal; and Heera Nund by Flora Annie Steel; The White Tiger; and Justice by Alice Perric; The Proud Girl by Bithia Mary Croker; A Tale Told by Moonlight by Leonard Woolf; The Pool by John Eyton; The Devil Has the Moon by Christine Weston; The Simla Thunders by Philip Mason; Rulers' Morning by Joseph Hitrec; The Tea Party by Mulk Raj Anand; A Horse and Two Goats by R. K. Narayan; Javni by Raja Rao; A Woman and a Child by Attia Hosain; The Riot by Khushwant Singh; An Experience of India by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala; A Prospect of Flowers by Ruskin Bond; and His Father's Medals by Saros Cowasjee; followed by a glossary of Indian words and phrases.
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