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The City of Dreadful Night and Other Places + Wee Willie Winkie + In Black and White

Kipling, Rudyard





Three works published as part of the softcover Indian Railway Library:

  • Wee Willie Winkie. 1889. Second Edition
  • In Black and White. 1890. Third Edition.
  • City of Dreadful Night. 1891. First published edition.

Bound together in a buckram binding with original wrappers and advertisements. Enclosed in protective clamshell box.

Kipling forced the destruction of an unauthorized earlier edition of City of Dreadful Night and was partially successful in suppressing this edition as well.

Donated by Kurt A Sanftleben, Montclair VA.

Lot Amendments

Cover with minor wear and soiling; hinges starting with separation between signatures; pencil bookseller notes on ffep; rear wrapper of City missing; light toning; very good.

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