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Project Gutenberg Edition of this collection of short stories.
At the End of the Passage
Full text of this short ghost story.
Includes online versions of Kim and Stalky and Company.
A few pages from the novel that describe a multinational congregation of Grand Banks boats at "The Virgin." . From New Jersey Fishing.
The Day's Work
Published in 1898, a collection of stories including The Maltese Cat and The Brushwood Boy. Project Gutenberg edition.
Chapter indexed HTML of the complete text. Includes a search feature and author biography. From the Literature Network.
Considered by many to be the author's finest work. A novel first published in 1901.
The Man Who Was
A short story published in 1907.
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.
Plain Tales From the Hills
Short stories including The Rout of The White Hussars and The Gate of a Hundred Sorrows. From Project Gutenberg.
A story from the Jungle Book describing Rikki-Tikki-Tavi's fight with Nag, the big black cobra.
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.
Part two of this story which was first published in India in 1888. From Project Gutenberg.
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.
The Story of the Gadsby
Early story in etext and zip format, from Project Gutenberg.
Under the Deodars
An early story in etext from the Project Gutenberg Edition .
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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