Under the Deodars' is a disturbing, uncomfortable and unsettling read – as Kipling himself said, ‘it deals with things that are not pretty, and ugliness can hurt’. For here, Kipling takes as his subject matter the life of Englishmen and women in the Indian Subcontinent and explores the ugly truth of what went on beneath the appealing ‘froth’ of club life.
This book has the Hindu swastika good luck symbol on the title page. These books are in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.
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Book Dimensions: 8x6x2