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  • Actions and Reactions - Project Gutenberg Edition of this collection of short stories.
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  • At the End of the Passage - Full text of this short ghost story.
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  • Bibliomania - Includes online versions of Kim and Stalky and Company.
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  • Captains Courageous - A few pages from the novel that describe a multinational congregation of Grand Banks boats at "The Virgin." . From New Jersey Fishing.
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  • A Conference Of The Powers - Short story from the Soldiers Three collection. Project Gutenberg Edition .
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  • The Day's Work - Published in 1898, a collection of stories including The Maltese Cat and The Brushwood Boy. Project Gutenberg edition.
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  • Kim - Chapter indexed HTML of the complete text. Includes a search feature and author biography. From the Literature Network.
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  • Kim - Considered by many to be the author's finest work. A novel first published in 1901.
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  • The Light That Failed - The author's first novel published in 1891. Etext from project Gutenberg.
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  • The Man Who Was - A short story published in 1907.
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  • The Man Who Would Be King - Full text version from Plain Tales of the Hills published in 1888. Etext from project Gutenberg.
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  • The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories - An early collection of short stories including The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes and The Finest Story in The World . From Project Gutenberg.
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  • Plain Tales From the Hills - Short stories including The Rout of The White Hussars and The Gate of a Hundred Sorrows. From Project Gutenberg.
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  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi - A story from the Jungle Book describing Rikki-Tikki-Tavi's fight with Nag, the big black cobra.
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  • Rudyard Kipling - Four of the author's stories including The Jungle Book, Kim, The Gardener and The Man Who Would Be King, with adjustable sized text and automatic bookmarking. From the Classic Bookshelf.
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  • Soldiers Three - Part two of this story which was first published in India in 1888. From Project Gutenberg.
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  • Stalky and Co. - Text from Bibliomania. A collection of school stories based on the author's own experiences. The first story was published in the 'Windsor Magazine' in 1898.
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  • The Story of the Gadsby - Early story in etext and zip format, from Project Gutenberg.
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  • Under the Deodars - An early story in etext from the Project Gutenberg Edition .
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  • With The Night Mail - Science fiction from the original magazine version. Illustrated with photos of historic and modern airships as well as some of the news reports and advertisements Kipling fabricated for its publication.
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