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" great green-bronze piece is always first of the conqueror's loot. There was some justification for Kim,—he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions,—since the English held the Punjab and Kim -was English. Though he was burned black as any... "
Kim - Page 1
by Rudyard Kipling - 1922 - 463 pages
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Kim

Rudyard Kipling - Adventure stories - 1901 - 463 pages
...call the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammeh, that ' fire-breathing dragon,' hold the Punjab; for the great green-bronze piece is always first of the conqueror's...though he spoke the vernacular by preference, and his mother-tongue in a clipped uncertain sing-song; thoiigh he consorted on terms of perfect equality...
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Kim

Rudyard Kipling - 1902
...called the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammah, that " fire-breathing dragon," hold the Punjab; for the great greenbronze piece is always first of the conqueror's loot. There was some justification for Kim,— he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions,— since the English held the Punjab and...
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling, Volume 19

Rudyard Kipling, Charles Wolcott Balestier - English literature - 1902
...called the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammah, that " fire-breathing dragon," hold the Punjab; for the great greenbronze piece is always first of the conqueror's loot. There was some justification for Kim,— he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions,— since the English held the Punjab and...
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The World's Work ...: A History of Our Time, Volume 24

Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1912
...filled A BHISTIE, OR WATER-CARRIER . u ACROSS INDIA WITH " KIM " Now Kim, of course, was not a Hindu. "Though he was burned black as any native; though he spoke the vernacular by preference, and his mother-tongue in a clipped, uncertain sing-song; though he consorted on terms of perfect equality...
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volume 16

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1901
...call the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammah, that "fire-breathing dragon," hold the Punjab; for the great green-bronze piece is always first of the conqueror's...though he spoke the vernacular by preference, and his mothertongue in a clipped, uncertain sing-song; though he consorted on terms of perfect equality...
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling ...: Kim

Rudyard Kipling, Charles Wolcott Balestier - English literature - 1902
...called the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammah, that "fire-breathing dragon," hold the Punjab; for the great greenbronze piece is always first of the conqueror's loot. There was some justification for Kim,— he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions,— since the English held the Punjab and...
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Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick - Literary Criticism - 1985 - 244 pages
At the time of its first appearance in 1985 Between Men was viewed as an important intervention into Feminist as well as Gay and Lesbian studies. It was an important book ...
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The Ruling Passion: British Colonial Allegory and the Paradox of Homosexual ...

Christopher Lane - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 326 pages
...Oriental difference; the narrator complicates Kim's racial properties in the second paragraph of the text: “Though he was burned black as any native; though he spoke the vernacular by preference, and his mother-tongue in a clipped uncertain sing-song; though he consorted on terms of perfect equality...
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White Skins/Black Masks: Representation and Colonialism

Gail Ching-Liang Low - Literary Collections - 1996 - 299 pages
...all other truths of language, power and culture. Kipling's Kim constitutes an anxious reading lesson: ‘though he was burned black as any native; though he spoke the vernacular by preference, and his mother tongue in a clipped uncertain sing-song; though he consorted on terms of perfect equality...
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