For his last and most celebrated novel, Nobel Prize-winner Rudyard Kipling chose the setting of India during the mid-1800s. Here an orphaned boy, neither entirely British nor completely Indian, struggles to create an identity for himself. Kim undertakes a spiritual journey, serving as a traveling companion for an elderly Tibetan lama, and he also enters the political world, training as a spy for the British government.
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- Format: Paperback
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Dover Pubns
- ISBN-13: 9780486828831
- ISBN: 0486828832
- Publication Year: 2019