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9782819918639 - Rudyard Kipling: Life's Handicap
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Rudyard Kipling (?):

Life's Handicap (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9782819918639 (?) or 2819918638, in french, pubOne.info, pubOne.info, pubOne.info, New, ebook, digital download

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pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. In Northern India stood a monastery called The Chubara of Dhunni Bhagat. No one remembered who or what Dhunni Bhagat had been. He had lived his life, made a little money and spent it all, as every good Hindu should do, on a work of piety - the Chubara. That was full of brick cells, gaily painted with the figures of Gods and kings and elephants, where worn-out priests could sit and meditate on the latter end of things; the paths were brick paved, and the naked feet of thousands had worn them into gutters. Clumps of mangoes sprouted from between the bricks; great pipal trees overhung the well-windlass that whined all day; and hosts of parrots tore through the trees. Crows and squirrels were tame in that place, for they knew that never a priest would touch them.
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Category: Fiction & Literature
Keywords: Life's Handicap Rudyard Kipling Classics Fiction & Literature 9782819918639
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ISBN (alternative notations): 2-8199-1863-8, 978-2-8199-1863-9
9782819918639 - Rudyard Kipling: Life's Handicap
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Rudyard Kipling (?):

Life's Handicap (?)

ISBN: 9782819918639 (?) or 2819918638, unknown language, pubOne.info, New, ebook

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Lifes-Handicap~~Rudyard-Kipling, Life's Handicap, NOOK Book (eBook)
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Category: Literature>Literature>Literature
Data from 10/29/2017 12:22h
ISBN (alternative notations): 2-8199-1863-8, 978-2-8199-1863-9
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