Rudyard Kipling letters to Edward Lucas White, 1893-1927.


Rudyard Kipling letters to Edward Lucas White, 1893-1927.

Rudyard Kipling letters to Edward Lucas White, 1893-1927.

Letters to English short story writer Edward Lucas White from English short story writer, poet, and novelist Rudyard Kipling.

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