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By Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling's masterpiece and one of many nice tales of all time, Kim tells the tale of Kimball O'Hara, whom each person calls Kim, orphan of a soldier of the Irish regiment. The motion occurs in British colonial India, the place younger and shrewdpermanent Kim meets a Tibetan lama who will swap the process his lifestyles. The lama proposes to discover a paranormal river, and the boy comes to a decision to accompany and consultant him, yet while the adventure hides a mystery challenge, foreshadowing his destiny as a member of the key providers. Initiative trip and novel of adventures, edifying paintings the place there are, Kim has now not stopped spectacular diverse generations of readers because it used to be released in 1901.

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Anyone would know "Certainly; that crow. "If have said it is that," said why I know Dorothy. " After an hour or so the light faded away, and they found themselves stumbling along in the darkness. Dorothy could not see at all, but Toto could, for some dogs see very well in the dark; and the Scarecrow declared he could see as well as by day. So she took hold of his arm, and managed to get along fairly well. " Soon after the Scarecrow stopped, "If "I see a little cottage at the right of us," he said, "built of logs and branches.

Then she climbed down from the fence and walked up to it, while Toto ran around the pole and barked. "Good day," said the Scarecrow, in a rather husky voice. " asked the girl, in wonder. " asked Dorothy. "No, for this pole is stuck up my back. " Dorothy reached up both arms and off the pole; for, lifted the figure being stuffed with straw, it was quite hght. "Thank you very much," said the Scarecrow, when he had been set down on the ground. " Dorothy was puzzled at this, for it sounded queer to THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF 38 hear a stuffed man speak, and to see OZ.

Why do you want water? he asked.

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