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    A.L.O.E. (A Lady of England, Charlotte Maria Tucker).   A WREATH OF INDIAN STORIES. £16.00    
         211pp. In original decorated blue cloth. All edges gilt. Christian stories written for Indian readers by Amritsar missionary.   Very good indeed. Prize label dated 1889   No date (1880s?) Nelson.
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    Adiga, Aravind.   THE WHITE TIGER. £25.00    
         321pp. First printing of Booker Prize-winning first novel.   Fine in fine dw.   2008 First edition, Atlantic Books.
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    Afzal-Khan, Fawzia.   CULTURAL IMPERIALISM AND THE INDO-ENGLISH NOVEL. £13.00    
      Genre and Ideology in R.K.Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala Markandaya and Salman Rushdie.   194pp. Index. Card covers.   Very good. Owner's name.   1993 Pennsylvania State University Press.
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    Ahmad, Aziz.   THE SHORE AND THE WAVE. £10.00    
         167pp. Translated from the Urdu by Ralph Russell. Unesco Asian Fiction Series. Novel set in fictionalised Hyderabad by leading Pakistani novelist.   Deleted inscription. Otherwise very good in very good dw.   1971 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Aikath-Gyaltsen, Indrani.   THE FIRST JACARANDA. £13.00    
         35pp. Hand printed book of poems bound in cotton handloom sari cloth.   Fine.   1985 First edition, Writers Workshop, Calcutta.
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    Aliph Cheem, (Walter Yeldham).   LAYS OF IND. £13.00    
         237pp. Attractive early edition of Anglo-Indian classic illustrated book of humour. In original decorated boards.   Very good.   1905 eleventh edition Thacker.
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    Aliph Cheem, (Walter Yeldham).   LAYS OF IND. £10.00    
         207pp + 8pp publisher's catalogue. In original elaborately gilt decorated boards.   A little slack and 2 sections loose but a nice edition with fine decoration.   1883 Seventh edition, Thacker Spink, Calcutta.
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    Aliph Cheem, (Walter Yeldham).   LAYS OF IND. £13.00    
         237pp + 40pp publisher's catalogue. In original elaborately gilt decorated boards.   A little slack with extremities rubbed and a little worn but a nice edition with fine decoration.   1893 Ninth edition, Thacker Spink, Calcutta.
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    Aliph Cheem, (Walter Yeldham).   LAYS OF IND. Second Series. £18.00    
         132pp. First edition of what was to become an Anglo-Indian classic. In the original blue decorated cloth.   Internally very good but spine cloth has frayed and split. Binding holding. Small ink stain on fore-edge.   1873 'Times of India Office', Bombay.
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    Aliph Cheem, (Walter Yeldham).   LAYS OF IND. £16.00    
         237pp + 40pp publisher's catalogue. In original elaborately gilt decorated boards.   Very good. A nice edition with fine decoration.   1888 Eighth edition, Thacker Spink, Calcutta.
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    Anand, Mulk Raj.   THE BARBER'S TRADE UNION AND OTHER STORIES. £13.00    
         175pp.   Very good.   1944 First edition, Jonathan Cape.
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    Anon (Candler, Edmund).   SIRI RAM REVOLUTIONIST. £49.00    
      A Transcript from Life 1907-1910.   306pp. Student in contact with nationalists in Arya Samaj movement of 1907/8 shoots enlightened British magistrate and avoids hanging by poison. Bhupal Singh say that this book gave rise to a storm of protest in the Punjab. It is discussed in detail by Benita Parry.   Very good. Owner's name.   1912 First edition, Coinsatable.
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    Anon.   HARTLY HOUSE CALCUTTA. £10.00    
      A novel of the days of Warren Hastings.   284 pp. Probably the first novel about India, from the point of view of a young woman published in 1789.   Fine   1989 paperback reprint Pluto Press.
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    Anon.   THE SEPOY'S DAUGHTER. £48.00    
         868pp double-column. Many vignetted illustrations. Mutiny romance which appears to be bound from the parts with leather spine and corners. I have not traced this in any of the bibliographies nor discovered the author. A very scarce book.   Poor. Boards rubbed, hinges weak and endpapers removed. The last page has been torn and part of it is missing but the sense is clear.   No date (mid-19th century).
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    Anstey, F.   BABOO JABBERJEE B.A. £16.00    
         272pp. 29 illustrations. Text and illustrations originated in 'Punch'.   Spine darkening. Otherwise very good indeed.   1897 First edition, Dent.
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    Arnold, W.D.   OAKFIELD £10.00    
      or Fellowship in the East.   298pp + 39pp introduction by Kenneth Allott. Novel set in the Sikh wars by son of Thomas Arnold revolted by Anglo-Indian life. Ex-college library.   Very good in very good dw.   1973 reissue of 1854 original.
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    Arokianathan, S.   TANGKHUL FOLK LITERATURE. £5.00    
         306pp. Card covers.   Contents sound but wrappers rubbed worn.   1982 Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.
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    Badami, Anita Rau.   THE HERO'S WALK. £10.00    
         359pp. Hero runs decaying family house in south India, his daughter is killed in Vancouver and her daughter returns to the family.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First, Bloomsbury.
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    Badami, Anita Rau.   TAMARIND MEM. £10.00    
         266pp. A first novel. Two generations of a family in India and Canada.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Viking, Canada.
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    Bain, F.W.   A DIGIT OF THE MOON. £10.00    
      A Hindoo Love Story.   122pp. Uniform 'pocket' edition with white leather backstrip.   Internally very good but the back strip is missing and the boards are stained.   1899 First edition, James Parker & Co.
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    Bain, F.W.   AN INCARNATION OF THE SNOW. £10.00    
         88pp.   Fine in decorated boards.   2001 reprint of the 1903 original, Watkins.
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    Bain, F.W.   A DRAUGHT OF THE BLUE. £10.00    
         87pp. Uniform 'pocket' edition with white leather backstrip.   Very good. Spine lettering faded.   1911 Fourth edition, Methuen.
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    Bain, F.W.   AN INCARNATION OF THE SNOW. £16.00    
         81pp. Limited edition on hand-made paper.   Fine in very good dw. A lovely copy.   1914 Reprint, Riccardi Press
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    Baker, Deborah.   THE BLUE HAND. £10.00    
      The Beats in India.   246pp. Allen Ginsberg travels through India.   Fine in fine dw.   2008 First edition, The Penguin Press, New York.
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    Banerji, Bibhutibhushan.   PATHER PANCHALI. £10.00    
      Song of the Road.   326pp. Novel translated from Bengali. Paperback edition.   Very good.   1987 Lokamaya Press.
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    Bates, H.E.   THE SCARLET SWORD. £10.00    
         248pp. Set in 1947 Kashmir.   Very good in damaged dw.   1950 First, Michael Joseph.
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    Bates, H.E.   THE PURPLE PLAIN. £10.00    
         224pp. Novel set in war-time Burma.   Very good indeed. Bookplate   1947 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Bates, H.E.   THE SCARLET SWORD. £10.00    
         248pp. Set in 1947 Kashmir.   Very good   1950 First, Michael Joseph.
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    Beg, Abdulla, Anwar.   THE POET OF THE EAST. £32.00    
      The Life and Work of Dr. Sheikh Muhammad Iqbal.   425pp. Portraits of subject and author.   Hinges slack and spne cloth starting to split.   1939 First edition, Quami Kutub Khana, Lahore.
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    Bell, Gertrude (translates).   TEACHINGS OF HAFIZ. £12.00    
         186pp. Some scholarly light pencil notes.   Very good.   1985 Second impression, The Sufi Trust.
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    Bhalla, Alok.   PARTITION DIALOGUES. £10.00    
      Memories of a Lost Home.   244pp. Interviews with six well-known novelists from India and Pakistan.   Fine in fine dw. One rubber stamp mark.   2006 First edition, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Bhattacharya, Bhabani.   SO MANY HUNGERS! £10.00    
         182pp. Novel of Bengal famines in the Second World War.   Very good. Paper darkening.   1947 The Left Book Club, Gollancz.
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    Bhattacharyya.   YARUINGAM. £5.00    
      People's Rule.   338pp. Novel of the Naga revolt translated into English.   Very good in very good dw.   1984 Christian Literature Centre, Guwahati.
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    Bissoondoyal, B.   INDIA IN FRENCH LITERATURE. £10.00    
         94pp. Index.   Very good.   1967 First edition, Luzac and Co.
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    Blackwood, William and Sons (publish).   TALES FROM THE OUTPOSTS. £60.00    
         In 12 volumes. About 300pp each. Tales and stories covering all aspects of life and adventure in the Empire. Many writen by well-known figures under pseudonyms. Most of the volumes are also available individually. Edited by L.A.Bethell who was an officer in the invasion of Tibet.   Very good but a composite set with some inscriptions and markings. 5 volumes have rubbed dustwrappers and one has stained boards.   Early 1930s, mostly first editions, Edinburgh.
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    Bond, Ruskin.   THE ROAD TO THE BAZAAR. £4.00    
         119pp. Illustrated by Valerie Littlewood. Children's novel set in northern India.   Fine.   1999 Third impression, Penguin, Delhi.
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    Bowen, John Charles Edward.   PLAIN TALES OF THE AFGHAN BORDER. £10.00    
         95pp. 10 Pathan stories retold by former Frontier officer.   Fine.   1982 First, Springwood Books.
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    Brooke, Bibi.   A KEY TO THE HEARTS OF BEGINNERS. £49.00    
      A Set of Tales written down in Persian.   80pp. Stories collected in the late-eighteenth century by the Indian wife of East India Company official. Translated by Annette S.Beveridge.   Very good indeed.   1908 First edition, Luzac.
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    Burt, Michael.   LEAN BROWN MEN. £10.00    
         317pp. Novel of the North-West Frontier. Foreword by Field Marshall the Lord Birdwood.   Very good indeed.   1942 Reprint, Ward-Lock.
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    Burton, Sir Richard (translates).   THE GULISTAN £22.00    
      or Rose Garden of the Sheikh Sa'di of Shiraz.   256pp. Translated from the Persian. With 9 full-page stylish drawings by John Kettelwell.   Very good. A little light spotting.   1928 First thus, Philip Allan.
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    Burton, Sir Richard F.   THE PERFUMED GARDEN OF THE SHAYKH NEFZAWI. £10.00    
         271pp. A reprint of Burton's 1886 private subscriber edition edited, with an introduction and additional notes, by Alan Hull Watson.   Fine in fine dw.   1982, Book Club Associates.
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    Calidas (Sir William Jones).   SACONTALA or THE FATAL RING. £95.00    
      An Indian Drama.   Pages not numbered (c150). Small 8vo. Translated from the Sanscrit. In old binding with leather spine and corners.   Some browning to paper. Binding rubbed but holding well. Inscription on title page. Bookplate.   1796 Mundell & Co., Edinburgh.
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    Cartwright, Jill.   THE GARLANDS OF RAMPUR. £12.00    
         203pp. Fictionalised family memories of 1940s life in the District Police Superintendant's household. Vivid sense of place and period. 28 b/w photographs (including a good record of the interior of the bungalow). Signed by the author on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Pentland Press.
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    Casserly, Gordon.   THE ELEPHANT GOD. £14.00    
         290pp. Novel set in the Terai of Eastern Bengal.   Very good.   1920 Third impression, Phillip Allan
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    Castle, Dennis.   RUN OUT THE RAJ. £13.00    
         283pp. The end of the Raj set against a wonderfully comic hill station cricket match.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 Reprint, Constable.
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    Castle, Dennis.   RUN OUT THE RAJ. £13.00    
         283pp. The end of the Raj set against a wonderfully comic hill-station cricket match.   Paper slightly darkening. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1986 Reprint, Constable.
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    Cevet, David (edits).   THE SHELL AND THE RAIN. £5.00    
      Poems from new India.   107pp. 16 Indian poets in this anthology. Card covers.   Fine.   1973 Allen and Unwin.
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    Chandra, Vikram.   LOVE AND LONGING IN BOMBAY. £10.00    
         257pp. Five stories set in Bombay.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First, Faber.
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    Chandra, Vikram.   RED EARTH AND POURING RAIN. £14.00    
         520pp. Set in 19th century Calcutta. His first novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Faber.
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    Chapple, J.A.V.   DOCUMENTARY AND IMAGINATIVE LITERATURE 1880-1920. £10.00    
      History and Literature.   395pp. Index. Chapters on 'The Imperial Theme' and 'Critics of Imperialism'. Many references to Kipling.   Fine in fine dw.   1970 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Chatterjee, Upanmanyu.   THE LAST BURDEN. £10.00    
         303pp. His second novel.   Very good in slightly chipped dw.   1993 First, Faber.
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    Chatterjee, Upanmanyu.   THE LAST BURDEN. £13.00    
         303pp. His second novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First, Faber.
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    Chaudhuri, Amit.   FREEDOM SONG. £10.00    
         202pp. Two families in 1993 Calcutta - a city in transition.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First, Picador.
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    Chaudhuri, Amit.   FREEDOM SONG. £13.00    
      Three Novels.   434pp. 'A Strange and Sublime Address', 'Afternoon Raag' and 'Freedom Song'.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First thus, Knopf, New York.
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    Chaudhuri, Amit.   AFTERNOON RAAG. £10.00    
         133pp. The hero is a Bombay student at Oxford.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 reprint, Heinemann.
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    Chaudhuri, Amit.   CLEARING A SPACE. £10.00    
      Reflections on India, literature and Culture.   330pp. Index. Paperback edition.   Fine.   2008 Peter Lang, Oxford.
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    Chaudhuri, Amit.   CLEARING A SPACE, £10.00    
      Reflections on India, Literature and Culture.   330pp. Index. Paperback edition.   Fine   2008 Peter Lang, Oxford.
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    Chisholm, Anne.   RUMER GODDEN. £10.00    
      A Storyteller's Life.   333pp. Index. 28 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Clark, T.W.(edits).   THE NOVEL IN INDIA. £13.00    
      Its Birth and Development.   239pp. The emergence of prose fiction in Indian languages, Bengali, Marathi, Urdu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam.   Fine in fine dw.   1970 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Cleary, John.   THE FARAWAY DRUMS. £4.00    
         269pp. Adventure novel about a plot to assassinate the King at the 1911 Durbar.   Fine in fine dw.   1982 Reprint, BCA.
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    Cleeve, Roger.   THE TOAD BENEATH THE HARROW. £12.00    
         271pp. Anglo-Indian hero in frontier thriller.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1969 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Cleland, Alex D.   IN SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW. £10.00    
         64pp. Card covers. Poems from India. The author was born in India, served in the Assam Rifles against the Japanese and remained as a tea planter until 1970. 4 additional poems typed and pasted in. One, 'Johnny Gurkha', hand-written on the half title. 2 letters from the author loosely inserted.   Very good.   No date, Clive Rudyard, Erith.
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    Cleverly, Barbara.   THE PALACE TIGER. £10.00    
         304pp. Murder mystery set in a 1920s princely state with a full cast of British and Indian characters.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Constable.
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    Cleverly, Barbara.   RAGTIME IN SIMLA. £10.00    
         287pp. Murder mystery set in Simla of 1922.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Constable.
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    Cornwell, Bernard.   SHARPE'S FORTRESS. £10.00    
      Richard Sharpe and the Siege of Gawilghur, December 1803.   302pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First, Harper Collins.
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    Cornwell, Bernard.   SHARPE'S TRAFALGAR. £10.00    
      Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Trafalgar.   277pp. On the return voyage from India, his ship is threatened in the Indian Ocean by the French ship 'Revenant'.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First, Harper Collins.
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    Cowasjee, Saros (edits).   STORIES FROM THE RAJ. £10.00    
      From Kipling to Independence.   272pp. With a preface by Paul Theroux. 20 short stories.   Near-fine in very good dw.   1982 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Cowell, E.B. (edits)   THE JATAKA or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births. £85.00    
      Volumes III and IV. Translated from the Pali by Various Hands.   Two volumes in one, 328 and 320pp. Each with separate index. In the original dark red binding.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1957 Reprint, Luzac & Company for the Pali Text Society
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    Cowell, E.B. (edits)   THE JATAKA or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births. £180.00    
      Translated from the Pali by Various Hands.   In 6 parts, each paginated separately, collected in 3 volumes. 324, 316, 328, 320, 288, 305 and 63 (index) pp. In the original dark red bindings. First published 1895.   Very good indeed. A lovely set.   1973 Routledge & Kegan Paul for The Pali Text Society
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    Crawford, F Marion.   MR ISAACS. £10.00    
      A Tale of Modern India.   316pp. Set in Simla, the principal character is based on A.M.Jacob who also inspired Lurgan Sahib in 'Kim'.   Very good.   1884 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Crawford, F Marion.   MR ISAACS. £16.00    
      A Tale of Modern India.   316pp. Set in Simla, the principal character is based on A.M.Jacob who also inspired Lurgan Sahib in 'Kim'.   Very good.   1882 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Croker, B.M.   THE COMPANY SERVANT. £10.00    
      A Romance of Southern India.   320pp.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   No date Hurst & Blackett.
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    Croker, B.M.   THE COMPANY SERVANT. £16.00    
      A Romance of Southern India.   320pp.   Spine cloth faded and paper darkening but a sound copy.   No date, 62nd thousand, Hurst & Blackett.
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    Croker, B.M.   THE PAGODA TREE. £14.00    
         310pp. Romantic adventure novel.   Poor. Boards stained and hinges cracked.   No date, Cassell.
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    Croker, B.M.   JUNGLE TALES. £12.00    
         234pp. Seven short stories.   Poor. Hinges cracked and front endpaper removed. Printed on cheap paper.   1919 Holding and Hardingham.
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    Croker, B.M.   HER OWN PEOPLE. £14.00    
         320pp. Romantic novel.   Poor. Paper browning and hinges weak. Deleted inscription.   No date, Hurst & Blackett.
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    Crowquill, Alfred.   STRANGE SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF THE VENERABLE GOOROO SIMPLE AND HIS FIVE DISCIPLES... £85.00    
         223pp. Index. With 50 illustrations drawn on wood. In the original brown cloth. Fronispiece in colour.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy.   1861 First edition, Trubner & Co..
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    Cunningham, H.S.   CHRONICLES OF DUSTYPORE. £49.00    
      A Tale of Modern Anglo-Indian Society.   375pp. In the original green cloth. Described as a worthy precursor of Kipling.   Very good. Extremities a little rubbed. Inscription from 1885 on title page   1875 New edition, Smith Elder.
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    Dabydeen, David.   COOLIE ODYSSEY. £10.00    
         49pp. Card covers. His second book of poems.   Fine.   
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    Darby, Phillip.   THE FICTION OF IMPERIALISM. £10.00    
      Reading between International Relations and Postcolonialism.   250pp. Index. 57pp chapter on 'The Indo-British Relationship'. Paperback edition.   Fine.   1998, Cassell.
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    Daruwalla, Keki N.   CROSSING OF RIVERS. £16.00    
      New Poetry in India.   58pp. Card covers. Presentation copy signed by the poet.   Very good indeed.   1976 Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Das, Frieda Hauswirth.   LEAP-HOME AND GENTLE-BRAWN. £10.00    
         260pp. Drawings. 'Jungle Book' type stories of monkeys in the Indian jungle.   Very good.   1932 First edition, Dent.
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    Das, G.K.   E.M.FORSTER'S INDIA. £12.00    
         170pp. Index. With a single library rubber stamp and no other library marks. A study of everything Forster wrote about India.   Very good in very good dw.   1977 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Das.Tulsi   KAVITAVALI. £12.00    
         229pp. Index. Translated with a critical introduction by F.R.Allchin. Work and life of 16th century Hindu poet.   Very good indeed in worn dw.   1964 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Dasgupa, Samir et al (edit).   BISHNU DEY, BANGLA KABITA. £12.00    
         86pp. Card covers. Poems, appreciation and biography of Bengali poet 1909 -1982).   Very good.   1970 Special Number. Poetry Bengal, Calcutta,
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    Davids, Mrs Rhys.   POEMS OF CLOISTER AND JUNGLE. £10.00    
      A Buddhist Anthology.   128pp. Small 8vo.   Very good in chipped dw. Some browning to paper.   1941 First edition, John Murray.
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    Davids, T.W.Rhys (edits).   BUDDHIST BIRTH-STORIES. £32.00    
      Jataka Tales.   256pp. Index. 80pp introduction. Revised outcome of scholarly collaboration from 1880.   Very good. Inscription noting purchase from Chicago bookshop. Bookplate   No date (c1930), Routledge & Sons.
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    Davidson, Lionel.   THE ROSE OF TIBET. £6.00    
         320pp. Adventure novel compared with Buchan and Haggard.   Fine in fine dw.   1971 Reprint, BCA.
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    Day, Lal Behari.   BENGAL PEASANT LIFE. £25.00    
         383pp. First issued in 1874 as the winner of a prize for the best novel in English showing the life of working people in Bengal. Set in Burdwan district in 1850-1875 it shows the oppression of the farmers by indigo planters. Description of a sati. Ex-public library copy in the original red cloth.   Very good   1879 New edition, Macmillan.
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    Deefholts, Margaret.   HAUNTING INDIA. £10.00    
         238pp. Card covers. A collection of short fiction, poems, travel tales and memoirs.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine.   2003 CTR Books, New Jersey.
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    Desai, Anita.   BAUMGARTNER'S BOMBAY. £12.00    
         230pp. Novel of ageing German exile.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Desai, Anita.   IN CUSTODY. £10.00    
         204pp.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's name.   1984 First, Heinemann.
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    Desai, Anita.   IN CUSTODY. £10.00    
         204pp. The novel centres round a great but decayed Urdu poet in Old Delhi.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Desai, Anita.   DIAMOND DUST AND OTHER STORIES. £10.00    
         207pp.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Desai, Boman.   THE MEMORY OF ELEPHANTS. £5.00    
         328pp. Parsee in USA explores his family through sci-fi mishap.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First, Andre Deutsch.
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    Desai, Kiran   HULLABBALOO IN THE GUAVA ORCHARD. £10.00    
         209pp. Comic novel of drop-out becoming famous guru.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First, Faber.
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    Desani, G.V.   ALL ABOUT H.HATTERR. £10.00    
         288pp. Introduction by Anthony Burgess. Much-praised comic novel that 'breaks every bone in the language'.   Fine in very good dw.   1970 New edition, Bodley Head.
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    Dibben, J.V.   MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE. £10.00    
         224pp. Colour frontispiece. Another imperial yarn with young man in 'Kashigarh', North India.   Very good in slightly chipped pictorial dustwrapper.   1949 First edition, The Epworth Press.
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    Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee.   SISTER OF MY HEART. £10.00    
         340pp. Girl cousins, born in Calcutta on the same day, are brought up together but move apart.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First, Doubleday.
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    Diver, Maud.   'BUT YESTERDAY-'. £8.00    
         Not set in India.   Very good indeed.   1929 Reprint, Murray.
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    Diver, Maud.   CAPTAIN DESMOND V.C. £10.00    
         381pp.   Very good.   1909 Shilling edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   CAPTAIN DESMOND, V.C. £10.00    
         346pp. First volume of NW Frontier trilogy.   Very good. Inscription.   1925 Popular edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. £22.00    
         566pp. Novel set against the Tirah campaign of 1897-98.   Very good. Inscription.   1916 First edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   LILAMANI. £10.00    
      A Study in Possibilities.   383pp.   Very good. Front endpaper removed.   1935 Popular Edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   THE GREAT AMULET. £10.00    
         406pp. Second volume in NW Frontier trilogy. Dedicated to Trix Fleming, Kipling's sister.   Very good. Top of spine fraying.   1909 Shilling edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   THE SINGER PASSES. £13.00    
      An Indian Tapestry.   574pp. A writer rejects Gandhian ideas.   Very good indeed.   1934 First US, Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
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    Diver, Maud.   COOMBE ST MARY'S. £18.00    
         445pp. Set in England. Presentation copy signed by the author.   Very good. Cloth a little marked.   1925 First US, Houghton Mifflin, New York.
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    Diver, Maud.   FAR TO SEEK. £13.00    
      A Romance of England and India.   452pp. Novel about English lord with Rajput wife.   Very good.   No date (1920s) Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   SHIPS OF YOUTH. £13.00    
      A Study of Marriage in Modern India   563pp.   Very good in worn pictorial dw.   1933 Popular edition, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   THE SINGER PASSES. £10.00    
      An Indian Tapestry.   582pp. Novel of a journey in Northern India set against the political events of 1931.   Slack and rubbed.   No date, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   A WILD BIRD. £10.00    
         575pp. Set In England and Peshawar in 1927.   Very good.   1932 Reprint, John Murray.
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    Diver, Maud.   THE SINGER PASSES. £13.00    
      An Indian Tapestry.   574pp. A writer rejects Gandhian ideas.   Very good indeed.   1934 First US, Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
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    Diver, Maud.   CANDLES IN THE WIND. £25.00    
         392pp. The third in the Captain Desmond trilogy.   Very good in decorated boards.   1909 First US, John Lane, New York.
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    Diver, Maud.   THE GREAT AMULET. £12.00    
         406pp. Second novel in NW Frontier trilogy. Dedicated to Trix Fleming, Kipling's sister.   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy.   No date, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   CANDLES IN THE WIND. £12.00    
         384pp. Third novel of NW Frontier trilogy.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy.   1923 Reprint, Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    Diver, Maud.   LONELY FURROW. £10.00    
         503pp. Novel set in Kashmir and Peshawar of the early 1920s.   Rubbed and slack. Private library rubber stamp marks. Unconnected postcard stuck to front endpaper.   1925 Reprint, John Murray.
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    Diver, Maud.   CAPTAIN DESMOND, V.C. £12.00    
         372pp. Best-selling NW Frontier novel.   Very good.   1910 Ninth impression, Blackwood.
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    Diver, Maud.   LONELY FURROW. £12.00    
         433pp. Novel set in Kashmir and Peshawar of the early 1920s.   Very good.   1923 Reprint, John Murray.
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    Diver, Maud.   CANDLES IN THE WIND. £10.00    
         384pp. Third volume of NW Frontier trilogy.   Paper browning and print small.   1916 Reprint, William Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    Douglas, O.   OLIVIA IN INDIA. £10.00    
         254pp. Epistolary novel of young woman going out to join her husband in Calcutta.   Very good indeed. A nice copy.   1934 18th edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Drummond, Emma.   FORGET THE GLORY. £10.00    
         341pp. Heroine follows Dragoon Captain from the Mutiny to the Crimea.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First, Gollancz.
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    Duncan, Ronald.   SO IS LIFE. £18.00    
         95pp. Stories and sketches reprinted from British-Indian journals. Stylish drawings by D.Newsome. Many with North-West Frontier settings.   Very good.   No date (1930s) Thacker & Co., Bombay.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £24.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   417pp. 111 b/w illustrations in the text. Decorated boards. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women.   Boards rubbed and marked and binding shaken.   1893 Third edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   THE SIMPLE ADVENTURES OF A MEMSAHIB. £35.00    
         311pp. 27 b/w drawings..   Very good. Spine lettering faded. .Owner's name from 1916.   1893 First edition, Chatto & Windus..
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £14.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   476pp. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women. Pocket edition.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   No date, Nelson.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £10.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   476pp. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women. Pocket edition.   Rear hinge slack.   No date, Nelson.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   THE OTHER SIDE OF THE LATCH. £25.00    
         266pp + Methuen catalogue. Novel of the musings of a memsahib opens in a Simla garden.   Label removed from front board. Corners bruised. Internally tight and clean.   1901 First edition, Methuen.
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    Dutt, Romesh C.(translates).   THE RAMAYANA AND MAHABHARATA condensed into English Verse. £10.00    
         384pp.   Very good.   1917 Everyman Books.
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    Dutt, Toru.   A SHEAF GLEANED IN FRENCH FIELDS. £450.00    
         v + 233pp. In full 19th centuty leather binding. Translations from French poetry into English verse. Very scarce first publication in verse.   Very good indeed apart from slight crushing of the fore-edge of a few pages. A lovely copy of a very rare book.   1876 First edition, at the Saptahik Press, Bhowanipore
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    Dutta, Krishna and Robinson, Andrew.   RABINDRANATH TAGORE. £22.00    
      The Myriad-Minded Man.   493pp. Index. 58 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Bloomsbury.
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    Dutta, Krishna.   CALCUTTA. £12.00    
      A Cultural and Literary History.   255pp. Index. Foreword by Anita Desai.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 First edition, Roli Books, New Delhi.
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    Eastwick, Edward B. (translates).   THE ANVARI-I SUHAILI; OR THE LIGHTS OF CANOPUS £99.00    
      being the Persian Version of the Fables of Pilpay; or the Book 'Kalilah and Damnah'.   650pp + publisher's catalogue. In the original green boards, now faded.   Some loss to top and botton of spine. Front hinge weak.   1854 First edition, Stephen Austin, Hertford.
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    Emanuel, Gladys (Mrs John Grossmann).   INDIAN SONGS OF PASSION. £24.00    
         37pp. Paper covered stapled booklet. Poems of Edwardian eroticism imagining the desires of women in Indian legend.   Very good indeed.   1908 Second edition, Thacker, Spink, Calcutta.
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    Farrell, J.G.   THE HILL STATION. £13.00    
      An Unfinished Novel.   228pp. The book Farrell was working on when he died. Includes Memoirs and Appreciations and Farrell's diary of his trip to India in 1971 researching `the Siege of Krishnapur'.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1981 First, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
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    Farrell, J.G.   THE HILL STATION. £12.00    
      An Unfinished Novel.   228pp. The book Farrell was working on when he died. Includes Memoirs and Appreciations and Farrell's diary of his trip to India in 1971 researching `the Siege of Krishnapur'.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1981 First edition, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
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    Fitzgerald, Valerie.   ZEMINDAR. £16.00    
         763pp. Prize-winning Mutiny novel set in Oudh.   Very good in very good dw. Price-clipped. A nice copy   1981 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Fordyce, W.Dingwall.   THE GUN-RUNNERS. £10.00    
         316pp. 4 colour plates. Ripping yarn of public schoolboy in pre-war Malaya. His father is the Resident in Penang.   Very good. Prize label.   No date (c1940) Thomas Nelson.
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    Forster, E.M.   A PASSAGE TO INDIA. £22.00    
         322pp. A very nice copy of attractive early US edition. In the original brown decorated cloth.   Very good indeed.   No date (1924) New edition, Grosset & Dunlop, New York.
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    Fraser, George Macdonald.   FLASHMAN AND THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT. £14.00    
         367pp. Simla and the Punjab during the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Collins.
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    Fraser, George Macdonald.   FLASHMAN AND THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT. £10.00    
         367pp. Simla and the Punjab during the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 Second impression, Collins.
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    Frazer, R.W.   A LITERARY HISTORY OF INDIA. £28.00    
         xiii + 470pp. Index. In the original dark green cloth. Mostly concerned with the literature of ancient India.   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy.   1898 First edition, T.Fisher Unwin.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £22.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere.   Binding shaken and fading boards.   1870 Second Edition, Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £25.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. In 19th century binding with leather spine and corners.   Front hinge weak.   1870 Second Edition, Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £35.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. 4 plates in colour. In the original burgundy boards, now faded.   Spine and corners a little rubbed and worn but a sound copy.   1868 First edition, John Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £15.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. 4 plates in colour. Tightly recased in the original brown cloth   Boards in good condition but spine cloth faded and cracked.   1868 First Edition, John Murray.
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    Frere, Mary.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £13.00    
      or Hindu Fairy Legends current in Southern India. Collected from Oral Tradition.   Indian traditional stories collected and annotated. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere. 224pp.   Boards rubbed and binding slack.   1889 Fourth edition revised, John Murray.
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    Gamon, Richard B.   WARREN OF OUDH. £13.00    
      Being the Transcription of a Letter and Three Rolls of Manuscript Written by Colonel Jack Warren of the Oudh State Army, and Late of the East India Company's Forces to his Son, Nugent.   274pp. Novel of the British in 18th century India.   Very good.   1926 First edition, Erskine Macdonald.
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    Ganesan, Indira.   INHERITANCE. £10.00    
         193pp. Second novel by much-praised American writer set on island off Sri Lanka.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First Knopf, New York.
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    Ganesan, Indira.   THE JOURNEY. £10.00    
         174pp. First novel set on 'Prospero's Island' in the Bay of Bengal.   Very good in fine dw. Paper browning slightly at the margins. Front hinge weak.   1991 First, Secker & Warburg.
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    Ganesan, Indira.   THE JOURNEY. £10.00    
         174pp. First novel set on 'Prospero's Island' in the Bay of Bengal.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Secker & Warburg.
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    Ganguli, T.N.   SVARNALATA. £15.00    
      Scenes from Hindu village Life in Bengal.   281pp. Limp cloth covers. Translated by Darshinacharan Roy. Much-reprinted late 19th century Bengali novel.   Very good. Inscription.   1920 Macmillan,
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    Ganguli, Taraknath (translated by Thompson, Edward).   THE BROTHERS. £40.00    
      from the Bengali of Svarnalata.   181pp. Copy 92 of 425 specially printed and bound for 'The India Society'.   Very good.   1928 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Ganguli, Taraknath (translated by Thompson, Edward).   THE BROTHERS. £12.00    
      From the Bengali of Svarnalata.   181pp.   Boards a little rubbed and some loss to paper spine label.   1931 The India Society.
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    Ganguly, Adwaita P.   INDIA: MYSTIC, COMPLEX AND REAL. £10.00    
      An Interpretation of E.M.Forster's 'A Passage to India'.   392pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw but title page removed.   1990.
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    Ganpat (M.L.A.Gompertz).   SNOW RUBIES. £19.00    
         288pp. Great Game romance.   Very good.   1925 First US, Houghton Mifflin, Boston.
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    Ganpat (M.L.A.Gompertz).   ROADS OF PEACE. £13.00    
         320pp. The roads are from Bannu into the tribal areas of the NW Frontier.   Very good.   1933 Reprint Hodder.
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    Ganpat (M.L.A.Gompertz).   HARILEK. £23.00    
         336pp. Great game romance in Central Asia.   Very good indeed in chipped pictorial dw of Grosset & Dunlap.   1923 First US, Houghton Mifflin, Boston.
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    Ganpat (M.L.A.Gompertz).   THE THREE R'S. £15.00    
         317pp. Thriller set in France. In the original black cloth.   A little rubbed but very good. Sections of the dustwrapper pasted to endpapers.   No date (1930s) First edition, The Crime Club, New York.
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    Ghose, Zulfikar.   THE LOSS OF INDIA. £22.00    
         54pp. His first collection of poems.   Very good in very good dw.   1964 First edition, Routledge.
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    Ghose, Zulfikar.   THE INCREDIBLE BRAZILIAN. £10.00    
         336pp. Indian born British novelist writing about 17th century Brazil.   Fine in fine dw.   1972 First, Macmillan.
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    Ghose, Zulfikar.   A DIFFERENT WORLD. £14.00    
         316pp. Novel set in Brazil by Pakistan born writer.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Ghose, Zulfikar.   JETS FROM ORANGE. £14.00    
         59pp. His second collection of poems.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1967 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Ghose, Zulfikar.   THE LOSS OF INDIA. £12.00    
         54pp. His first collection of poems.   Rather messy inscription. Otherwise very good indeed in chipped dustwrapper.   1964 First edition, Routledge.
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    Ghosh, Amitav.   THE GLASS PALACE. £34.00    
         552pp. Much praised family saga set in Burma. Presentation copy signed by the author on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Viking, Canada.
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    Ghosh, Amitav.   THE SHADOW LINES. £25.00    
         247pp. His second novel.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1988 First, Bloomsbury.
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    Ghosh, Amitav.   THE SHADOW LINES. £18.00    
         247pp. His second novel.   Fine in fine dw. Inscription.   1988 First, Bloomsbury.
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    Ghosh, Amitav.   IN AN ANTIQUE LAND. £10.00    
         393pp. The story of a twelfth century slave and a modern novelist. Set in Egypt.   Very good in very good dw.   1993 reprint, Dayal, New Delhi.
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    Ghosh, Amitav.   THE HUNGRY TIDE. £13.00    
         403pp. Set in the Sundarbans. Novel with a fine sense of place.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   2004 First edition, HarperCollins.
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    Ghosh, Sarath Kumar.   1001 INDIAN NIGHTS. £22.00    
      The Trials of Narayan Lal.   248pp. 9 plates, one in colour. In original decorated boards.   Very good.   1906 New and illustrated edition, Heinemann.
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    Godden, Rumer.   BREAKFAST WITH THE NIKOLIDES. £10.00    
         258pp. English couple and their children in small town in East Bengal. First published 1942.   Owner's name and spotting to edges.   1949 Reprint, Peter Davies.
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    Godden, Rumer.   KINGFISHERS CATCH FIRE. £10.00    
         294pp. Englishwoman with her children in Kashmir.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1973 Reprint Macmillan.
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    Godden, Rumer.   MOOLTIKI. £13.00    
      and Other Stories and Poems of India.    151pp.   Very good in chipped dw.   1957 First, The Viking Press, New York.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE DARK HORSE. £10.00    
         203pp. Novel set in the racing world of 30s Calcutta. Maharajas and nuns.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's name.   1981 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE PEACOCK SPRING. £10.00    
         251pp. Recently televised novel. Girl joins her diplomat father in Delhi.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1975 First Macmillan.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE RIVER. £13.00    
         119pp.   Very good in chipped dw.   1946 First Michael Joseph.
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    Godden, Rumer.   CROMARTIE v. THE GOD SHIVA ACTING THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. £10.00    
         170pp. Set on the Coromandel coast.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First Macmillan.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE RIVER. £10.00    
         119pp.   Very good in very good dw. Inscription.   1951 Reprint.
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    Godden, Rumer.   BLACK NARCISSUS. £10.00    
         294pp. Early US edition of her early novel.   Spine faded. Ruber stamp on endpaper. Otherwise very good.   1939 reprint Little, Brown, Boston.
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    Godden, Rumer.   KINGFISHERS CATCH FIRE. £10.00    
         283pp. Englishwoman with her children in Kashmir.   Very good indeed.   1953 First US, Viking, New York.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE RIVER. £10.00    
         119pp.   Very good.   1946 First Michael Joseph.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE PEACOCK SPRING. £10.00    
         243pp. Recently televised novel. Girl joins her diplomat father in Delhi.   Fine in very good dw.   1975 First US, Viking.
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    Godden, Rumer.   BREAKFAST WITH THE NIKOLIDES. £16.00    
         292pp. English couple and their children in small town in East Bengal.   Very good. Spine cloth a little marked.   1942 First US, Little Brown, Boston.
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    Godden, Rumer.   KINGFISHERS CATCH FIRE. £10.00    
         283pp. Englishwoman with her children in Kashmir.   Very good in chipped dw.   1953 First US, Viking, New York.
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    Godden, Rumer.   THE RIVER. £13.00    
         176pp.   Very good in very good dw. Long inscription.   1946 First US, Little, Brown & Co.
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    Gokak, Vinayak Krishna (edits).   THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF INDO-ANGLIAN POETRY 1828-1965. £13.00    
         360pp. English verse written by Indians.   Fine in fine dw.   2007 Reprint, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi.
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    Golding, Paul R and Singh, Virendra (translate).   TALES OF BANARES. £10.00    
      The Flowing Ganges.   191pp. Card covers. The tales of Shiv Prasad Mishra.   Very good indeed.   1997 First edition, Book Faith India, New Delhi.
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    Goonetilleke, D.C.R.A.   DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN BRITISH FICTION. £10.00    
         282pp. Index. Studies of Conrad, Kipling, Forster, Lawrence and Joyce Carey.   Fine in fine dw.   1977 First, Macmillan.
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    Gordon, Katherine.   THE EMERALD PEACOCK. £10.00    
         250pp. Irish girl and the ruler's heir flee the Mutiny.   Very good in very good dw.   1978 First Hodder.
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    Granada Publishing.   THE MAKING OF THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN. £12.00    
         146pp. 4to. Many colour photographs. How the television series was made. Essays by James Cameron and Molly Kaye. Large format paperback.   Near-fine   1983 First edition, Granada.
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    Green, Daniel.   BUNTER SAHIB. £12.00    
         272pp. Memoirs of an ancestor of Greyfriars buffoon in India as Bishop Heber's secretary. Many celebrities make irreverent appearances.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Greenberger, Allen J.   THE BRITISH IMAGE OF INDIA. £13.00    
      A Study in the Literature of Imperialism.   234pp. Index. Changing attitudes reflected in the fiction of British India.   Fine in very good dw.   1969 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Greenwood, James.   THE ADVENTURES OF REUBEN DAVIDGER; £58.00    
      Seventeen Years and Four Months Captive amongst the Dyaks of Borneo.   356pp. Colour frontispiece and 27 b/w engraved illustrations. Not India. A Victorian captivity narrative set in the 'East'. Between 'Robinson Crusoe' and 'Coral Island'. In the original decorated cloth. An unusual item.   Generally a sound copy. The paper on the reverse of the plates has darkened and the binding is a little slack. A little wear to the extremes of the spine.   1865 First, S.O.Beeton.
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    Griffith, Ralph T.H.   THE HYMNS OF THE SAMAVEDA. £15.00    
      Translated with a Popular Commentary.   338 + xxxviii pp. Translation into English verse.   Very good in chipped dw.   1963 Varanasi.
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    Gunesekera, Romesh.   THE MATCH. £10.00    
         310pp.   Fine in fine dw.   2006 First edition, Bloomsbury.
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    Hanley, Gerald.   NOBLE DESCENTS. £10.00    
         334pp. Friendship between Maharajah and British colonel in 1950s princely state.   Fine in fine dw.   1982 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Hardy, Justine.   GOAT. £10.00    
      A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill.   247pp. The goats produce the hairs for pashmina shawls.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First, Murray.
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    Hardy, Ronald.   THE FACE OF JALNATH. £10.00    
         201pp. Novel. British officer, former Himalayan climber, trained by the Indian Army in the Karakoram on secret mission against China.   Near-fine in like dw.   1973 First edition, Cassell.
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    Hart-Davis, Duff.   THE MAN-EATER OF JASSAPUR. £10.00    
         244pp. Issues raised by hunt for a maneater on the borders of Nepal.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First, Cape.
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    Hashmi, Alamgir.   MY SECOND IN KENTUCKY. £10.00    
         99pp. Card covers. Poems.   Fine.   1981 Vision Press, Lahore.
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    Hashmi, Alamgir.   NEITHER THIS TIME/ NOR THAT PLACE. £10.00    
         62pp. Card covers. Poems.   Fine.   1984 Vision Press, Lahore.
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    Hashmi, Alamgir.   THIS TIME IN LAHORE. £10.00    
         65pp. Card covers. Poems.   Fine.   1983 Vision Press, Lahore.
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    Heber, Reginald.   POETICAL WORKS. £80.00    
         347pp. Small 8vo. Portrait frontispiece. In 19th century full leather binding. Presentation inscription from 1843.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1842 First edition, John Murray.
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    Heddle, Ethel F.   STRANGERS IN THE LAND. £10.00    
         383pp. 8 plates. Romance, adventure and Java missions. In original decorated boards.   Internally very good but damp stain to front edge of boards.   No date (prize label dated 1906) Blackie.
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    Hesse, Hermann.   SIDDHARTHA. £10.00    
         167pp. A novel of the Buddha. Translated from the German.   Very good in slighty chipped dw.   1971 Seventh impression, Peter Owen.
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    Hesse, Hermann.   SIDDHARTHA. £10.00    
         167pp. A novel of the Buddha. Translated from the German.   Very good in slighty edge-rubbed dw. Inscription.   197o Sixth impression, Peter Owen.
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    Hirt, Howard.   THE HEAT OF WINTER. £10.00    
         272pp. Thriller with background in 1950s religious and political tensions. Policeman's assignment to protect Nehru.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 First, Weidenfeld & Nicolson
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    Holm, Hans Warren.   ROLF TORRING'S ADVENTURES. £21.00    
         In 2 vols. 387 and 318pp. Large 8vo. Oriental dare-devil exploits of imperialist hero. Translated from the German. Illustrated in colour and b/w by Wolfgang Grasse.   Fine in fine dws.   1984 and 1985 First editions, Walrus Books.
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    Hope, Laurence.   SELECTED POEMS FROM THE INDIAN LYRICS OF LAURENCE HOPE. £10.00    
         112pp. Small 8vo.   Very good.   1922 First thus, Heinemann.
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    Hope, Laurence.   THE GARDEN OF KAMA. £5.00    
      And other Love Lyrics from India.   174pp.   Very good.   1920 Heinemann.
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    Hope, Laurence.   THE GARDEN OF KAMA. £40.00    
      and Other Love Lyrics from India.   158pp. 4to. Illustrated with paintings and drawings by Byam Shaw. An edition limited to 1000 copies for private distribution to friends of the private press of C.F.Braun & Co.   Fine.   1968 Alhambra, California.
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    Hope, Laurence.   STARS OF THE DESERT. £10.00    
         152pp.   Very good.   1918 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Hope, Laurence.   THE GARDEN OF KAMA. £10.00    
      and Other Love Lyrics from India.   174pp.   Very good. Attractive art nouveau bookplate and verse inscription.   1903 reprint, Heinemann.
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    Hoppner, J.   ORIENTAL TALES: £85.00    
      Translated into English Verse.   123pp. Small 8vo. In full early 19th century leather binding. Inscribed 'with the author's compliments'. Persian stories in rolling heroic couplets.   Very good indeed. Armorial bookplate.   1805 W.Bulmer & Co.
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    Hubel, Teresa.   WHOSE INDIA? £5.00    
      The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History.   234pp. Index. Card covers. Moves between literature and history with studies of Kipling, Forster, Anand and Philip Mason.   Fine.   1996 First edition, Leicester University Press.
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    Hunter, Sir William.   THE OLD MISSIONARY. £25.00    
      Early 19th century mission life in Bengal. The central figure of the novel is said to be Rev James Williamson of the Baptist Mission.   138pp. With five plates of engravings by Sir Charles D'Oyly. In the original cloth   Very good. Spine a little rubbed.   1897 Twenty-first thousand Henry Frowde.
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    Hunter, Sir William.   THE OLD MISSIONARY. £28.00    
      Early 19th century mission life in Bengal. The central figure of the novel is said to be Rev James Williamson of the Baptist Mission.   138pp. With five plates of engravings by Sir Charles D'Oyly. In the original red cloth   Very good indeed.   1897 Twenty-third thousand, Henry Frowde.
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    Innes, Hammond.   THE STRODE VENTURER. £10.00    
         320pp. Novel about shipowners set partly in the Maldives.   Fine in very good dw.   1965 First edition, Collins.
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    Iqbal, Javid.   STRAY REFLECTIONS. £55.00    
      A Notebook of Allama Iqbal.   161pp. Index. Small 8vo. 13 b/w plates. Edited by the poet's son. Written from 1910 and found in his father's papers.   Very good in remains of dustwrapper.   1961 First edition, Ghulam Ali, Lahore.
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    Jaffrey, Madhur.   SEASONS OF SPLENDOUR. £12.00    
      Tales, Myths and Legends of India.   128pp. 4to. Illustrated in colour by Michael Foreman   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Pavilion Books.
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    Jha, Radhika.   SMELL. £10.00    
         290pp. Leela is is a refugee from Kenya sent to her childless aunt and uncle in Paris.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First Viking, New Delhi.
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    Jha, Raj Kamal.   THE BLUE BEDSPREAD. £10.00    
         209pp. Memories of family secrets set in Calcutta.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First US, Random House, New York.
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    Jha, Raj Kamal.   IF YOU ARE AFRAID OF HEIGHTS. £13.00    
         293pp. Three long tales of modern urban India.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 First edition, Picador.
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    Jha, Raj Kamal.   THE BLUE BEDSPREAD. £13.00    
         209pp. Memories of family secrets set in Calcutta.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Picador.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   ESMOND IN INDIA. £40.00    
         256pp.   Near-fine in very good dw.   1958 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   HOW I BECAME A HOLY MOTHER. £10.00    
         203pp. Short stories.   Fine in fine dw. Inscription.   1976 First Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   IN SEARCH OF LOVE AND BEAUTY. £10.00    
         227pp. Set mainly in New York.   Fine in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THE HOUSEHOLDER. £14.00    
         192pp.   Very good Dw complete but darkening.   1960 First Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THE NATURE OF PASSION. £22.00    
         262pp. Her second novel.   Near-fine in price-clipped dw.   1956 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THREE CONTINENTS. £10.00    
         384pp. Novel set in New York, London and India.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, John Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   LIKE BIRDS LIKE FISHES. £18.00    
      and Other Stories.   224pp.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1963 First Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   ESMOND IN INDIA. £10.00    
         256pp.   Very good.   1958 First edition, Allen and Unwin.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THE HOUSEHOLDER. £10.00    
         192pp. Struggles of a teacher in a Delhi school.   Fine.   1963 Reprint Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   A NEW DOMINION. £14.00    
         218pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1972 First, Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   SHARDS OF MEMORY. £10.00    
         272pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   GET READY FOR BATTLE. £10.00    
         224pp. A struggle for money and position in modern Delhi.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 Reprint Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THE HOUSEHOLDER. £10.00    
         192pp. Struggles of a teacher in a Delhi school.   Fine.   1963 Reprint Murray.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   GET READY FOR BATTLE. £12.00    
         224pp.   Fine in very good dw.   1963 First US, Norton, New York.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   HEAT AND DUST. £10.00    
         181pp. Winner of the Booker Prize.   Fine in fine dw.   1976 First US, Harper & Row, New York.
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    Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer.   THE HOUSEHOLDER. £10.00    
         192pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1960 First US, Norton, New York.
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    Jones, E.M.   POEMS OF SOUTH INDIA. £18.00    
         47pp. Illustrated with 14 watercolours by P.J.Crowle. Written on the wrapper and the title page 'Ethel Margaret Jones, nee Taylor'.   Very good indeed in chipped dw.   No date (1930s?) Madras.
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    Joshi, Ruchir.   THE LAST JET-ENGINE LAUGH. £13.00    
         384pp. Set in Calcutta in 2030 with India as a 'superpower…against the Pak-Saudi alliance…' but looking back to the mid 20th century struggle for independence.   Fine in fine, protected dw.   2001, First, HarperCollins.
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    Kabir, Humayun.   GREEN AND GOLD. £14.00    
      Stories and Poems from Bengal.   288pp. 15 stories and 17 poems by as many Bengali writers. Notes on the authors.   Very good in very good dw.   1958 New Directions, New York.
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    Kabir, Humayun.   SARAT CHANDRA CHATTERJEE. £10.00    
         60pp. Long essay on Bengali novelist.   Very good in stained dw.   1963 New edition, Calcutta.
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    Kakar, Sudhir and Ross, John M.   TALES OF LOVE, SEX AND DANGER. £10.00    
         249pp. A study of themes in Easern and Western Literature.   Very good in dw worn at the edges.   1986 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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    Kapur, Manju.   DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS. £10.00    
         262pp. Novel of Amritsar family at the time of Partition.   Fine in card wrappers with fine dw.   1998 First edition, Faber.
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    Kaye, M.M.   DEATH IN KASHMIR. £10.00    
         333pp. New edition of her first novel.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's name.   1984 Reprint Viking.
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    Kaye, M.M.   SHADOW OF THE MOON. £21.00    
         632pp. Mutiny novel.   Fine in slightly chipped dw.   1957 First edition, Longman.
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    Kaye, M.M.   SHADOW OF THE MOON. £10.00    
         614pp. Set during the Indian Mutiny.   Very good in fine dw.   1979 Revised edition, Allen Lane.
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    Kaye, M.M.   THE FAR PAVILIONS PICTURE BOOK. £5.00    
         Large format paperback scrapbook of images of British India related to quotations from the novel.   Very good.   1979 First edition, Penguin.
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    Kaye, M.M.   THE SUN IN THE MORNING. £10.00    
         454pp. 76 photographs. Autobiography. Her life in India, Simla and Delhi, up to the age of eighteen.   Very good in very good dw.   1990 First edition, Viking.
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    Kaye, M.M.   THE SUN IN THE MORNING. £10.00    
         454pp. 76 photographs. Autobiography. Her life in India, Simla and Delhi, up to the age of eighteen.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Viking.
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    Kaye, M.M.   GOLDEN AFTERNOON. £24.00    
      Being the Second Part of 'Share of Summer', her Autobiography.   418pp. 119 b/w family photographs. A young woman in pre-war India.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1997 First edition, Viking.
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    Kaye, M.M.   THE FAR PAVILIONS. £16.00    
         958pp. Best-selling North-West Frontier novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Allen Lane.
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    Kaye, M.M.   THE FAR PAVILIONS PICTURE BOOK. £10.00    
         Large format paperback scrapbook of images of British India related to quotations from the novel.   Fine.   1979 First edition, Penguin.
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    Kaye, M.M.   SHADOW OF THE MOON. £21.00    
         632pp. Mutiny novel.   Fine in near fine chipped dw. Owner's name. A lovely copy.   1957 First edition, Longmans.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   DEAD ON TIME. £10.00    
         218pp. An Inspector Ghote novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First, Hutchinson.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   THE MURDER OF THE MAHARAJAH. £10.00    
         290pp. Set in a princely state in the 1930s. Not Ghote.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 First edition, Collins Crime Club.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   THE SHERIFF OF BOMBAY. £21.00    
         211pp. An Inspector Ghote novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 First edition, Collins, The Crime Club.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   INSPECTOR GHOTE DRAWS A LINE. £4.00    
         195pp.   Fine.   1979 BCA.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   BREAKING AND ENTERING. £10.00    
         266pp. Inspector Ghote solves Bombay murder.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   DEAD ON TIME. £10.00    
         218pp. An Inspector Ghote novel.   Very good in fine dw. Slight water stain to fore-edge not affecting the text.   1988 First, Hutchinson.
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    Keating, H.R.F.   FILMI, FILMI, INSPECTOR GHOTE. £22.00    
         191pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1976 First edition, Collins Crime Club.
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    Khair, Tabish.   THE BUS STOPPED. £12.00    
         199pp. Indian poet's first novel.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First, Picador.
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    Khanolkar, G.D.   THE LUTE AND THE PLOUGH. £14.00    
      A Life of Rabindranath Tagore.   376pp. Index. Drawings. Translated from the Marathi by Thomas Gay.   Very good indeed.   1963 First edition, The Book Centre, Bombay.
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    Kincaid, Dennis.   DURBAR. £16.00    
         280pp. Novel. Princely plots with progressive Rani and foolish Resident.   Very good. Green cloth darkening.   1933 First edition, Chatto & Windus..
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    King, Bruce.   THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 1948-2000. £12.00    
      The Oxford English Literary History: Volume 13.   386pp. Index. Author bibliographies.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Kinglake, A.W.   EOTHEN £49.00    
      or Traces of Travel bought home from the East.   306pp.4to. Influential orientalist tale illustrated with 12 tissue-guarded colour plates of paintings by Frank Brangwyn. De-luxe edition on art paper.   Very good indeed   No date (c1913) Sampson Low.
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    Kingston, W.H.G.   THE YOUNG RAJAH. £15.00    
         379pp. 44 full-page engravings. In decorated blue boards All edges gilt. School prize label from 1901.   Very good. A tight bright copy.   1897 Nelson.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE PHANTOM RICKSHAW AND OTHER TALES. £31.00    
      Indian Tales III. Authorized Edition.   391pp. Scarce first US edition of 'The Phantom Rickshaw' and 'Wee Willie Winkie', bound together as issued. In plain red/brown cloth of the period.   A little rubbed and faded but a sound copy.   1890 John W.Lovell, New York.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES £21.00    
      and Other Verses.   125pp + 24pp of publisher's advertisments. In original red cloth. With a gilt embossed design of a manuscript tied with a ribbon with handwritten title and publisher with the inscription `A New Edition with a glossary for English readers' in Kipling's hand with embossed signature. Includes 49 poems. This differs from the Fifth Edition of the same year, which was the first London edition, only in the addition of the Glossary.   Very good indeed. Armorial bookplate.   1891 Sixth edition, Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., London: W.Thacker and Co., Bombay: Thacker and CO. Limited. Printed by William Clownes and Sons, London. 1891.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   EAST OF SUEZ £22.00    
      being a Selection of Eastern Verses from the Poetical Works of Rudyard Kipling.   Illustrated in colour and line by Donald Maxwell. 12 plates in colour with many line illustrations. Lovely colour printing.   Very good in dw with loss to edges. Bookplate.   1931 Macmillan. First English edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE DAY'S WORK. £16.00    
         381pp + publisher's advertisments. In original blue cloth. Top edge gilt. 12 stories, set in England, India and America. Includes first appearance of 'The Maltese Cat'.   Very good. Owner's name. Slightly rubbed.   1898 Macmillan. First English edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, BARRACK ROOM BALLADS AND OTHER VERSES. £10.00    
         188pp. In the original blue cloth.   Boards bright but front hinge slack. Cutting of Kipling's photograph pasted inside front board.   No date (inscription dated 1899), Hurst & Co., New York.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE PHANTOM RICKSHAW AND OTHER TALES. £40.00    
      Indian Tales III. Authorized Edition.   391pp. Scarce first US edition of 'The Phantom Rickshaw' and 'Wee Willie Winkie', bound together as issued. In plain rblue cloth of the period.   Very good.   1890 John W.Lovell, New York.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   WEE WILLIE WINKIE, CITY OF THE DREADFUL NIGHT, AMERICAN NOTES. £10.00    
         480pp. Pictorial frontispiece. In original blue cloth. An unusual combination of texts in the 'Edinburgh De Luxe Edition of the Works of Rudyard Kipling'. One of 9 volumes. This is a pirated edition, allegedly copyright in 1909 and limited to 1000 copies.   Hinges slack and boards rubbed. Edges roughtly cut.   No date, The Edinburgh Society, Boston and London.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   UNDER THE DEODARS. £10.00    
         234pp. Pictorial frontispiece. In original blue cloth. In the 'Edinburgh De Luxe Edition of the Works of Rudyard Kipling'. One of 9 volumes. This is a pirated edition, allegedly copyright in 1909 and limited to 1000 copies.   Hinges slack and boards rubbed. Edges roughtly cut.   No date, The Edinburgh Society, Boston and London.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE DAY'S WORK. £13.00    
         431pp. 8 b/w illustrations by 5 artists. Standard green cloth with caravel decoration.   Very good. Spine lettering faded   1898 Doubleday & McClure, New York. First US edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE COMPLETE BARRACK ROOM BALLADS. £10.00    
         176pp. Introduction and notes. Card covers. Edited by Charles Carrington. All Kipling's ballads of army life brought together for the first time.   Very good.   1973 Methuen.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   FROM SEA TO SEA. £40.00    
      Letters of Travel.   Two volumes in original red cloth. 497pp, 438pp. 8vo. Includes Kipling's authorised text of many of his early non-fiction writings about India collected for the first time. `Letters of Marque', `From Sea to Sea', (visits to the United States via Japan in 1889 on his way to England from India), `The City of Dreadful Night', `The Smith Administration'.   Very good. A nice set.   1900 Macmillan. First English edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE JUNGLE PLAY. £10.00    
         80pp. Edited with an introduction by Thomas Pinney. From a manuscript among the Kipling papers at the University of Sussex. Kipling's own dramatisation of the Mowgli stories.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First, Allen Lane.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   SOLDIERS THREE. £31.00    
      Setting forth certain passages in the lives and adventures of Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Ortheris, and John Learoyd with Other Stories.   273pp. Small 8vo. With a Critical Introduction by Henry James. In plain blue cloth with unusual bookplate. Includes 'Soldiers Three' and 'In Black and White'. Includes 'Only a Subaltern' from 'Under the Deodars'. These little volumes are very much like Tauchnitz editions. The first 5 titles appeared in 1891.   Very good. Stitching loose on one section otherwise a bright copy. Some light pencil notes.   1891 First edition thus, Heinemann and Balestier, Leipzig.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   FROM SEA TO SEA. £22.00    
         320 and 318pp. Two volumes bound as one in plain red cloth.   Very good. Spine darkening.   1900 Bernhard Tauschnitz, Leipzig.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   KIM. £18.00    
         255pp. Small 8vo. Issued in paper wrappers and privately bound with cloth spine and marbled boards.   Very good. A little slack with some rubbing to edges. Bookplate.   1901 Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK. £16.00    
         212pp. Reprint of the original edition in decorated blue cloth. All edges gilt.   Very good. Spine slightly rubbed. Hinges slack. Attractive art nouveau bookplate.   1899 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   ALL THE MOWGLI STORIES. £10.00    
         287pp. Colour frontispiece and many b/w drawings by Richard M.Powers.   Fine.   No date (1990?) Junior Deluxe Editions, Garden City, N.Y.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES, BARRACK ROOM BALLADS AND OTHER VERSES. £76.00    
         270pp. The first authorised edition in the United States. Includes 13 'ballads' and 4 'other verses' collected here for the first time, including 'Danny Deever', 'Mandalay' and 'Gunga Din'.   Very good. Bookplate.   1890 United States Book Company, New York. First US edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   INDIAN RAILWAY LIBRARY. £108.00    
         A complete set of the 6 issues, all in the original pictorial wrappers. These are all early reprints from 1891.   Very good. All the wrappers are firmly attached although, as usual, there is some wear to the corners and paper spines.   Various early English editions, Sampson, Low.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES £18.00    
      and Other Verses.   125pp + 24pp of publisher's advertisments. In original red cloth. With a gilt embossed design of a manuscript tied with a ribbon with handwritten title and publisher with the inscription `A New Edition with a glossary for English readers' in Kipling's hand with embossed signature. Includes 49 poems. Identical to sixth edition apart from title page,   Very good. Front hinge slack.   1895 Eighth edition, Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., London: W.Thacker and Co., Bombay: Thacker and CO. Limited. Printed by William Clownes and Sons, London. 1891.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. £40.00    
         325 pp + xxxii pages of publisher's advertisments. In original green cloth. With black lettering and publisher's emblem in black on front board. Includes 40 stories as the first edition.   A well-read copy, rubbed and scuffed.   1889 Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., London: W. Thacker and Co. Printed by Thacker, Spink and Co. Calcutta. Second Indian edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   FROM SEA TO SEA. £58.00    
      Letters of Travel.   In 2 vols 460pp, 400pp. In original green cloth with R.K emblem on front board. This US edition precedes the Macmillan London publication. Includes Kipling's authorised text of many of his early writings collected for the first time. `Letters of Marque', `From Sea to Sea', (visits to the United States via Japan in 1889 on his way to England from India), `The City of Dreadful Night', `The Smith Administration'.   Very good indeed. A nice set. 1901 inscription.   1899 Doubleday & McClure Co., New York. First US edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE DAY'S WORK. £22.00    
         431pp. 8 b/w illustrations by 5 artists. Standard green cloth with caravel decoration.   Very good. Bookplate.   1898 Doubleday & McClure, New York. First US edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   MANY INVENTIONS. £21.00    
         365pp. In original blue cloth. 14 stories including several of the best Indian tales.   Very good. Stain on front board.   1893 Macmillan. First English edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   MANY INVENTIONS. £16.00    
         427pp. Dark green cloth with R.K monogram on front board. Authorised U.S. edition in the standard format.   Very good. Binding slack.   1899 First thus, D.Appleton and Company, New York.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   WEE WILLIE WINKIE £21.00    
      and Other Stories. A.H.Wheeler and Co's Indian Railway Library No 6.   96pp. In original grey-green wrappers.   Wear to paper spine but holding together well.   No date (late Indian edition).
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. £22.00    
         312pp. Small 8vo. In brown leather binding with black title label on spine. Owner's pencil inscription 'Bucharest May 24th 1916' so probably a late printing. The highest quality Tauchnitz binding I have seen.   Very good indeed.   1890? Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK. £22.00    
         285pp. Small 8vo. In brown leather binding with black title label on spine. Owner's pencil inscription 'Bucharest May 24th 1916' so probably a late printing. The highest quality Tauchnitz binding I have seen.   Very good indeed.   1897? Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   WEE WILLIE WINKIE. £14.00    
         96pp. Wheeler's Indian Railway Library. Bound in plain red cloth.   Pictorial wrappers brittle and worn at the edge but well preserved in the modern binding.   No date, Sixth edition, Sampson Low.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   SOLDIERS THREE, THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS and IN BLACK AND WHITE. £12.00    
         325pp. In the original blue cloth with gilt decoration and black title on front board.   Very good. An attractive early edition.   1898 Reprint, Macmillan, New York.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE PHANTOM RICKSHAW. £21.00    
         104pp. Wheeler's Indian Railway Library. Bound with marbled boards and leather spine and corners.   Leather spine scuffed and worn but pictorial wrappers well preserved.   No date, Third edition, Sampson Low.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE STORY OF THE GADSBYS. £21.00    
         86pp. Wheeler's Indian Railway Library. Bound with marbled boards and leather spine and corners.   Leather spine scuffed and worn but pictorial wrappers well preserved.   No date, Sampson Low.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE COMPLETE BARRACK ROOM BALLADS. £12.00    
         176pp. Introduction and notes. Decorated cloth. Edited by Charles Carrington. All Kipling's ballads of army life brought together for the first time.   Very good in like dw.   1974 Reprint, Methuen.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   MINE OWN PEOPLE. £13.00    
         333pp. Frontispiece. Contains 13 stories selected from several volumes. In red cloth.   Very good.   No date (1890s) Thomas Y.Crowell, New York and Boston.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   INDIAN RAILWAY LIBRARY. £135.00    
         A complete set of the 6 issues, all in the original pictorial wrappers. This set is in a modern specially made hinged green box   Very good. All the wrappers are firmly attached although, as usual, there is some wear to the corners and paper spines.   1890s, early English editions, Sampson, Low.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   KIM. £22.00    
         413pp. 8vo. Red leather pocket edition. From 1952 Macmillan re-issued 12 titles in red slipcases.   Fine in fine slipcase. A lovely copy.   1960 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   SOLDIER TALES. £21.00    
         172pp. In original blue cloth. All edges gilt. 21 b/w plates and chapter headings by A.S.Hartwick. Includes seven stories. All the stories were included in earlier collections but this is the first anthology of the Indian army tales from the 'Railway Library' and 'Plain Tales from the Hills'.   Very good. Small inscription. Spine slightly cocked.   1896 Macmillan. First English edition.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   SOLDIER TALES. £10.00    
         172pp. In original blue cloth. All edges gilt. 21 b/w plates and chapter headings by A.S.Hartwick. All edges gilt with pictorial front board. Includes seven stories. All the stories were included in earlier collections but this is the first anthology of the Indian army tales from the 'Railway Library' and 'Plain Tales from the Hills'.   Very good but slack with 1 plate loose.   1900 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Kumar, Shiv K.   WOODPECKERS. £16.00    
      Poems.   44pp. Card covers. Presentation copy signed by the poet.   Very good indeed.   1979 Sidgwick & Jackson.
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    Kunzru, Hari.   THE IMPRESSIONIST. £10.00    
         482pp. Much-praised first novel. Picaresque saga of an Anglo-Indian imposter.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 Second impression, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Kureishi, Hanif.   MY EAR AT HIS HEART. £10.00    
      Reading My Father.   198pp. Discovering his family's background in India and Pakistan.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Faber and Faber.
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    Lall, Anand.   THE HOUSE AT ADAMPUR. £10.00    
      A Story of Modern India.   245pp. Rivalries in Punjab as independence approaches.   Very good indeed.   1957 Second printing, Knopf, New York.
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    Lambert, Derek.   FOR INFAMOUS CONDUCT. £10.00    
         351pp. Conflict of values between doctor and soldier leads to court martial in early 20th century India.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 New edition, Arlington Books.
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    Leasor, James.   FOLLOW THE DRUM. £10.00    
         368pp. Documentary novel of the Indian Mutiny.   Fine in very good dw.   1972 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Leasor, James.   FOLLOW THE DRUM. £10.00    
         368pp. Documentary novel of the Indian Mutiny.   Very good in very good dw. Bookplate.   1972 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Leslie, Cecile.   GOAT TO KALI. £10.00    
         408pp. English and Indian characters involved with Calcutta terrorism of 1941-42. The title is a euphemism for killing an Englishman.   Very good. Front endpaper removed.   1948 First Cassell.
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    Leslie, Cecilie.   THE ROPE BRIDGE. £12.00    
         176pp. Novel of Engish girl friendly with the hill Bhutias. Presentation copy inscribed by the author.   Near fine in like dw.   1964 First edition, Longmans.
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    Levine, June Perry.   CREATION AND CRITICISM. £10.00    
      A Passage to India.   205pp. Index. The novel placed in its historical and literary context.   Very good.   1971 First, Chatto & Windus.
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    Llewellyn, Richard.   AT SUNRISE, THE ROUGH MUSIC. £10.00    
         298pp. Story of a Harijan who lives by his wits and becomes a tycoon.   Fine in very good dw.   1976 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Lyall, Sir Alfred.   VERSES WRITTEN IN INDIA. £25.00    
         144pp. Top edge gilt. Dramatic monologues of high quality by great Indian administrator who was a friend of Tennyson.   Very good. A tight copy. Spine a little marked.   1893 Third edition, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner.
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    Lyall, Sir Alfred.   POEMS. £21.00    
         150pp. Small 8vo. Dramatic monologues of high quality by great Indian administrator who was a friend of Tennyson.   Very good. A tight copy.   No date (c1900) Sixth edition, revised and slightly enlarged, Routledge.
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    Mackenzie, Donald A.   INDIAN MYTH AND LEGEND. £18.00    
         463pp. Index. With 8 plates in colour by Warwick Goble and 32 in monochrome. Index. Attractive armorial bookplate of Henry Blencoe Gottwaltz.   Near-fine. A very bright copy.   No date (1930s) Gresham Publishing Company.
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    MacKenzie, John M. (edits).   IMPERIALISM AND POPULAR CULTURE. £10.00    
         264pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine.   1994 Reprint, Mancherster University Press.
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    MacMunn, Lieut.-General Sir George.   THE GHILZAI'S WIFE £14.00    
      and Other Stories of East and West.   282pp.   Very good.   No date (1930s) Sampson Low.
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    Mahapatra, Jayanta.   THE FALSE START. £10.00    
         80pp. Card covers. Poems.   Very good. Paper spine rubbed.   1980 Clearing House, Bombay.
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    Majeed, Sheema (edits).   CULTURE AND IDENTITY. £10.00    
      Selected English Writings by Faiz.   261pp.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Oxford University Press, Karachi.
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    Malgonkar, Manohar.   A BEND IN THE GANGES. £10.00    
         328pp. The novel climaxes in the violence of Partition. Soft covers.   Fine.   2009 Reprint, Roli Books, New Delhi.
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    Malgonkar, Manohar.   A BEND IN THE GANGES. £14.00    
         371pp. The novel climaxes in the violence of Partition.   Fine in very good dw.   1965 First US edition, Viking Press, New York.
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    Malik, Hafeez (edits).   IQBAL. £22.00    
      Poet-Philosopher of Pakistan.   441pp. Index.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1971 First edition, Columbia University Press.
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    Manchester, William.   SHADOW OF THE MONSOON. £10.00    
         384pp. Englishman and man-eater in Himalayan foothills of post-independence India.   Very good in chipped dw.   1956 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Marath, S.Menon.   THE WOUND OF SPRING. £10.00    
         224pp. Family, politics and untouchability in Kerala.   Very good.   1960 First edition, Dobson.
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    Markandaya, Kamala.   A SILENCE OF DESIRE. £10.00    
         224pp.   Very good in very good dw with hospital library label..   1960 First edition, Putnam.
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    Markandaya, Kamala.   THE GOLDEN HONEYCOMB. £10.00    
         469pp. Explores the relationship between a princely state and the British through the Maharajah and the Resident .   Very good indeed in fine dw.   1977 First edition, Chatto.
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    Markandaya, Kamala.   NECTAR IN A SIEVE. £10.00    
         248pp. Her first novel.   Very good.   1955 First US, John Day, New York.
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    Markandaya, Kamala.   NECTAR IN A SIEVE. £10.00    
         248pp. Her first novel.   Very good in edge-worn dw.   1954 First edition, Putnam.
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    Markandaya, Kamala.   THE GOLDEN HONEYCOMB. £10.00    
         469pp. Explores the relationship between a princely state and the British through the Maharajah and the Resident .   Very good indeed in fine dw. Bookplate,   1977 First edition, Chatto.
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    Marqusee, Mike.   SLOW TURN. £10.00    
         220pp. Murder thriller based on cricket tour of India.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's name.   No Date (1980's) Michael Joseph.
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    Martin, Bernard.   THE PAGODA PLOT. £10.00    
         208pp. 4 b/w illustartions by Drake Brookshaw. Adventures of a youth in Burma where his father is a District Officer.   Front endpaper removed. Otherwise very good.   1948 Reprint, Thomas Nelson.
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    Mason, A.E.W   THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENCE. £10.00    
         320pp. Set in Sussex and India. ICS wife is accused of shooting her husband while they are in camp.   Front hinge slack.   1914 First US edition, Scribners, New York.
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    Mason, A.E.W.   NO OTHER TIGER. £10.00    
         312pp. Novel set in Burma.   Very good.   1927 Reprint, Hodder& Stiughton.
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    Mason, A.E.W.   NO OTHER TIGER. £10.00    
         312pp. Set in Burma. First published in 1927.   Very good.   1928 reprint Hodder
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    Mason, Philip.   SKINNER OF SKINNER'S HORSE. £13.00    
      A Fictional Portrait.   241pp.   Very good indeed.   1979 First edition, Andre Deutsch.
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    Mason, Philip.   SKINNER OF SKINNER'S HORSE. £12.00    
      A Fictional Portrait.   241pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, Andre Deutsch.
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    Mason, Philip.   SKINNER OF SKINNER'S HORSE. £10.00    
      A Fictional Portrait.   241pp.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, Andre Deutsch.
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    Mason, Philip.   SKINNER OF SKINNER'S HORSE. £13.00    
      A Fictional Portrait.   241pp.   Fine in dw with faded spine panel.   1979 First edition, Andre Deutsch.
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    Masters, John.   BHOWANI JUNCTION. £10.00    
         367pp.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1954 First, Michael Joseph.
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    Masters, John.   BHOWANI JUNCTION. £10.00    
         367pp.   Very good. Bookplate.   1954 First Michael Joseph.
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    Masters, John.   FAR, FAR THE MOUNTAIN PEAK. £10.00    
         415pp.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1957 First Michael Joseph.
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    Masters, John.   NIGHTRUNNERS OF BENGAL. £10.00    
         306pp. Classic Mutiny novel.   Very good in slightly worn dw.   1951 First US, Viking, New York.
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    Masters, John.   THE HIMALAYAN CONCERTO. £10.00    
         293pp. Set against the threat of a Chinese invasion through the mountains.   Fine in fine dw.   1976 First, Michael Joseph.
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    Masters, John.   COROMANDEL! £10.00    
         281pp. Book Club edition same as first.   Very good in chipped dw.   1955 Viking, New York.
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    Masters, John.   BHOWANI JUNCTION. £10.00    
         394pp.   Very good in slightly rubbed dw.   1954 First US, Viking Press, New York.
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    Masters, John.   THE VENUS OF KONPARA. £14.00    
         256pp. Jungle adventures in Victorian India.   Very good in very good dw.   1960 First US, Harper & Brothers, New York.
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    Masters, John.   THE DECEIVERS. £12.00    
         288pp. Thugee in early 19th century India. His second novel.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy without the dustwrapper.   1957 Seventh impression. Michael Joseph.
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    Mather, Berkely.   THE WHITE DACOIT. £10.00    
         384pp. Adventure from the NW Frontier to the jungles of the Deccan.   Fine in very good dw.   1974 Reprint Collins.
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    Mather, Berkely.   THE MEMSAHIB. £10.00    
         318pp. Pretty girl from Brixton social climbing in India.   Fine in fine dw.   1977 First edition US, Scribner, New York.
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    McCutchan, Philip.   OGILVIE'S ROYAL COMMAND. £10.00    
         224pp. From Moscow to India with granddaughter of Queen Victoria. First published in 1975 under the title 'By Command of the Viceroy' and under the pseudonym of Duncan MacNeil.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First thus, Severn House.
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    Meacham, Ellis R.   THE EAST INDIAMAN. £10.00    
         337pp. Endpaper maps. Maritime novel of voyage from London to Calcutta and Canton in 1806.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1969 First UK edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Meer, Ameena.   BOMBAY TALKIE. £10.00    
         273pp. First novel of young Indians in the West. Soft covers.   Fine.   1994 First, High Risk Books.
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    Mehrotra, Arvind Krishna (edits).   A HISTORY OF INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH. £10.00    
         406pp. Index.   Fine.   2003 Hurst & Co.
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    Mehta, Gita.   A RIVER SUTRA. £5.00    
         277pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 Reprint Heinemann.
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    Mehta, Gita.   RAJ. £10.00    
         463pp. A princess brought up in Royal India as Western values change everything.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First Cape.
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    Mehta, Gita.   A RIVER SUTRA. £10.00    
         293pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First US, Talese.
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    Mehta, Gita.   A RIVER SUTRA. £10.00    
         277pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Mehta, Rama.   INSIDE THE HAVELI. £10.00    
         208pp. Novel exploring the life of a woman in the havelis of Udaipur.   Very good in very good dw.   1987 Lucas Publications, Liverpool
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    Minney, R.J.   THE GOVERNOR'S LADY. £10.00    
         224pp. Novel on the life of Warren Hastings by the biographer of Clive.   Very good.   1952, Universal Book Club.
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    Mishra, Pankaj.   THE ROMANTICS. £10.00    
         277pp. First novel set in Benares against the clash of traditional and modern values.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Picador.
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    Mistry, Rohinton.   SUCH A LONG JOURNEY. £10.00    
         339pp. First novel by much-praised writer.   Fine in with slight edge-wear.   1991 First edition, Faber.
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    Mistry, Rohinton.   FAMILY MATTERS. £10.00    
         487pp. Set in Parsi Bombay of the 1990s.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 Third impression, Faber.
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    Mo, Timothy.   AN INSULAR POSSESSION. £13.00    
         593pp. Opium wars in the East India Company factories in south China.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First, Chatto.
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    Moggach, Deborah.   HOT WATER MAN. £13.00    
         251pp. Novel of East/West personal encounters in modern Pakistan.   Near-fine in like dw.   1982 First edition, Jonatahan Cape.
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    Mohanty, Gopinath.   PARAJA. £10.00    
         373pp. Family tragedy set in Orissa. Translated from the Oriya.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First, Faber.
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    Moore, Thomas.   LALLA ROOKH. £40.00    
      An Oriental Romance.   397pp. Nice copy from the year of publication. Strongly bound in plain blue cloth.   Very good indeed. Light spotting to prelims.   1817 Fifth Edition Longman.
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    Moorhead, Alan.   THE RAGE OF THE VULTURE. £10.00    
         253pp. Himalayan princely state at the time of Partition. His first novel.   Boards unevenly faded. Otherwise very good.   1948 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Morier, James.   THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA OF ISPAHAN. £14.00    
         xxxvii + 407pp. 6 b/w plates by H.R.Millar. Introduction by Charles Beckett. In the original decorated blue cloth.   Very good.   No date (c1900) Gresham Publishing Company.
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    Moynihan, Martin.   SOUTH OF FORT HERTZ. £35.00    
      A Tale in Rhyme.   164pp. Fort Hertz was the most northerly post in Burma. This narrative poem covers the whole course of the war. Inscribed 'Barbara Reynolds dd Martin Moynihan'.   Fine in very good dw. Name deleted from half-title.   1956 First edition, The Mitre Press.
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    Mukerjee, Ruchira.   TOAD IN MY GARDEN. £10.00    
         218pp. First novel set in Allahabad.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First, Picador.
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    Mukerji, Dhan Gopal.   GHOND THE HUNTER. £25.00    
         204pp. Illustrated with stylish engravings by Boris Artzybasheff.   Very good   1936 First, Dent.
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    Mukerji, Dhan Gopal.   THE CHIEF OF THE HERD. £13.00    
         168pp. 6 full-page drawings by Mahlon Blaine. Stories of elephants.   Very good in decorated blue cloth.   1929 First edition, Dent.
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    Mukherjee, Bharat.   THE HOLDER OF THE WORLD. £10.00    
         286pp. Puritan New England linked to the Moghul Court (and the modern world) by a Salem girl carried off to India by a sailor.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First, Chatto & Windus.
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    Mukherjee, Bharat.   THE HOLDER OF THE WORLD. £12.00    
         286pp. Puritan New England linked to the Moghul Court (and the modern world) by a Salem girl carried off to India by a sailor. Inscribed and signed by the author.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First US, Knopf, New York.
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    Muller, F.Max (translates).   THE UPANISHADS. £34.00    
      Part 1.   350pp. Neat shelf mark on spine but no other library markings.   Very good indeed. Spine and leather spine label rubbed.   1900 First edition, At the Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   JIMGRIM. £13.00    
         312pp.   Cloth faded but binding tight. Some ink markings in the text.   No date (inscription dated 1931), Hutchinson & Co.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   THE WINDS OF THE WORLD. £22.00    
         331pp. In original decorated boards.   Very good. Half-title clipped.   1917 First US, Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   OM. £21.00    
      The Secret of the Ahbor Valley.   392pp.   Very good. Front hinge weak. Owner's rubber stamp.   1924 First US, Burt, New York.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   OM. £10.00    
      The Secret of the Ahbor Valley.   392pp.   Very good.   No date Reprint, Crown Publishers, New York.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   OM. £10.00    
      The Secret of the Ahbor Valley.   409pp.   Fine.   1993 paperback reprint, Point Loma Publications, San Diego.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   GUNS OF THE GODS. £25.00    
      A Story of Yasmini's Youth.   359pp. Illustrated by J. Clement Coll. In the original brown cloth.   Very good apart from some spots of colour loss to the boards.   1921 First edition, Bobbs Merrill., Indianapollis.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   GUNS OF THE GODS. £14.00    
      A Story of Yasmini's Youth.   288pp.   Very good. Owner's name. Minor ink markings.   No date (1920s) 6th thousand, Hutchinson & Co.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   OM. £14.00    
      The Secret of the Ahbor Valley.   348pp. Adventure novel.   Very good.   No date (c1930) 21st thousand, Hutchinson & Co.
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    Mundy, Talbot.   OM. £10.00    
      The Secret of the Ahbor Valley.   348pp.   Spine faded and starting to fray.   No date (c1930) 25th thousand, Hutchinson & Co.
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    Murari, T.N.   TAJ. £10.00    
         322pp. Novel set in Mughal Agra   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, New English Library.
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    Myers, L.H.   THE POOL OF VISHNU. £10.00    
         412pp. Continues and finishes 'The Root and the Flower'.   Very good.   1940 First Cape.
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    Naipaul, Shiva.   THE CHIP-CHIP GATHERERS. £12.00    
         320pp. His 1973 'Whitbread Prize' winning novel about Trinidad.   Very good in very good dw.   1983 reprint, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Naipaul, Shiva.   BEYOND THE DRAGON'S MOUTH. £27.00    
      Stories and Pieces.   421pp. A collection of stories, journalism and autobiography that shows the emegence of a major novelist. Includes writing on Trinidad, England, Iran, Morocco, Bombay, Bihar, the Seychelles and Surinam.   Very good in very good dw with faded spine.   1984 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Naipaul, V.S.   A HOUSE FOR MR BISWAS. £250.00    
         531pp. Novel set in Trinidad.   Very good indeed in excellent, but price-clipped, dustwrapper. Very small and neat ownership label at the bottom of the front endpaper. Very light spotting to fore-edges. An outstanding copy.   1961 First edition, McGraw-Hill, New York.
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    Naipaul., V.S.   HALF A LIFE. £10.00    
         228pp. Indian-born hero drawn to post-war London.   Fine in near-fine dw.   2001 Fourth impression, Picador.
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    Nair, Anita.   LADIES COUPE. £10.00    
         292pp. Six stories of Indian women.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Nakhjavani, Bahiyyih.   THE SADDLEBAG. £5.00    
         261pp. The lives of 19th century pilgrims on the road to Mecca, from India, Central Asia and elsewhere changed by mysterious events.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First Bloomsbury.
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    Nandy, Pritish (translates).   POEMS FROM BANGLA DESH. £12.00    
      The Voice of a New Nation.   80pp. Selected and designed by Tambimuttu. Illustrated with striking drawings by Feliks Topolski. A most attractive volume.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1972 First edition, The Lyrebird Press.
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    Narayan, R.K.   MY DAYS. £14.00    
         286pp. Autobiography.   Fine in fine dw.   1975 First edition, Chatto & Windus..
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE WORLD OF NAGARAJ. £10.00    
         186pp.   Fine in very good dw.   1990 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   WAITING FOR THE MAHATMA. £25.00    
         256pp.   Near-fine without dw.   1955 First edition, Methuen.
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    Narayan, R.K.   A TIGER FOR MALGUDI. £14.00    
         176pp.   Fine in fine dw. Inscription.   1983 First Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE SWEET VENDOR. £31.00    
         192pp. A Malgudi novel.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1967 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Narayan, R.K.   TALKATIVE MAN. £13.00    
         123pp. A Malgudi novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE PAINTER OF SIGNS. £10.00    
         183pp. A Malgudi novel.   Near-fine in like dw.   1976 First US, Viking.
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    Narayan, R.K.   TALKATIVE MAN. £13.00    
         123pp. A Malgudi novel.   Fine in very good dw.   1986 First US, Viking.
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    Narayan, R.K.   WAITING FOR THE MAHATMA. £10.00    
         256pp. A Malgudi novel.   Fine in fine dw apart from owner's neat label   1979 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE BACHELOR OF ARTS. £10.00    
         265pp. Introduction by Graham Greene.   Fine in fine dw apart from owner's neat label.   1978 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   MR SAMPATH. £10.00    
      Printer of Malgudi.   219pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1979 Reprint Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE FINANCIAL EXPERT. £10.00    
         218pp.   Fine in very good dw.   1979 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   A TIGER FOR MALGUDI. £13.00    
         176pp.   Fine in fine but price-clipped dw.   1983 First US Viking, New York.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE ENGLISH TEACHER. £10.00    
         184pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE PAINTER OF SIGNS. £10.00    
         183pp. A Malgudi novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1976 Second printing before publication, Viking, New York.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE ENGLISH TEACHER. £10.00    
         184pp.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's small label.   1978 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   MALGUDI DAYS. £21.00    
      Short Stories.   246pp. First publication of many of his stories.   Fine in fine dw apart from owner's neat label.   1982 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Narayan, R.K.   THE DARK ROOM. £10.00    
         210pp. Reissue of 1938 Malgudi story. Card covers.   Very good.   1981 Reprint, University of Chicago Press.
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    Nicholson, Reynold A. (edits and translates).   THE MATHNAWI OF JALALUDDIN RUMI. £16.00    
      Translation of Books V and VI.   529pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1982 Reprint, The E.J.W.Gibb Memorial.
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    Nigam, Sanjay.   THE SNAKE CHARMER. £10.00    
         223pp. A first novel   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Morrow, New York.
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    Nisbet, Hume.   THE QUEEN'S DESIRE. £18.00    
      A Romance of the Indian Mutiny.   312pp.   Poor. Pink boards grubby and faded. Front endpaper missing.   1893 First edition, E.V.White and Co..
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    Nivedita, the Sister (Margaret E.Noble).   THE WEB OF INDIAN LIFE. £25.00    
         301pp   Very good.   1904 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Ondaatje, Michael.   ANIL'S GHOST. £14.00    
         312pp. Novel set in modern Sri Lanka.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First, Bloomsbury.
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    Oxley, J.Macdonald.   L'HASA AT LAST. £24.00    
         301pp. Novel. Illustrations in b/w. In the original blue decorated cloth.   A much-read copy, rubbed and slack but holding together.   1902 First edition, Ward Lock & Co.
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    Packiamuthu, Sarojini.   NAGA SHORT STORIES. £5.00    
         68pp. Paperback.   Very good.   1984 First edition, Christian Literature Centre, Guwahati.
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    Parker, Gilbert.   DONOVAN PASHA £10.00    
      and Some People of Egypt.   392pp. Short stories.   Very good.   1902 First. Appleton, New York.
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    Parry, Benita.   DELUSIONS AND DISCOVERIES. £16.00    
      Studies on India in the British Imagination 1880-1930.   369pp. Index. Much on the Indian novels of Forster, Candler, Steel and Thompson.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1972 First Allen Lane.
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    Parthasarathy, R. (edits).   TEN TWENTIETH CENTURY INDIAN POETS. £10.00    
         114pp. Index. 11pp introduction and short biographies. Card covers.   Very good.   1991 Oxford University Press, India.
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    Peard, Frances M.   THE RING FROM JAIPUR. £10.00    
         307pp.   Binding slack.   1904 Longmans Colonial Library.
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    Peeradina, Saleem (edits).   CONTEMPORARY INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH. £10.00    
      An Assessment and Selection.   130pp.   Very good in chipped dw. Inscription.   1972 Macmillan, India.
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    Platts, Henry.   THE BAITAL PACHCHISI; £24.00    
      or Twenty-Five Tales of a Sprite. Translated from the Hindi text of Dr.John Forbes.   viii, 181pp. In the original blue cloth.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy.   1871 First edition, Wm.H.Allen & Co.
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    Platts, Mrs Frank T.   MEMSAHIB or Should She have told Him. £40.00    
         134pp. In the original blue decorated cloth. Novel of young married woman in India.   A little grubby but sound.   1885 First edition, Hamilton Adams.
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    Ponder, S.E.G.   FRONTIER TAPESTRY. £18.00    
         197pp. Frontier advenure yarn. In the original orange cloth.   Very good. Spine cloth blotchy.   No date (1940s) Stanley Paul.
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    Ponder, S.E.G.   A MOGHUL MINIATURE. £14.00    
         197pp. Romantic fiction based on the life of Akbar.   Very good.   No date (1940s) Stanley Paul.
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    Ponder, S.E.G.   A MOGHUL MINIATURE. £12.00    
         197pp. Romantic fiction based on the life of Akbar.   Very good. Boards slightly faded.   No date (1940s) Stanley Paul.
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    Ponder, S.E.G.   FRONTIER TAPESTRY. £14.00    
         162pp. Frontier advenure yarn. In the original red cloth.   'War economy' paper darkening.   No date (1940s) Stanley Paul.
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    Prabhakar, Eric.   MADEIRA AT SUNDOWN. £10.00    
      A Raj Trilogy.   262pp. A trilogy of three novels set in the Anglo-India of the three decades before 1857. The author was an athletic Rhodes scholar who worked for UNESCO before retiring to Madras.   Very good in very good dw.   1990 First edition, Chanakya Publications, Delhi.
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    Prichard, Iltudus.   CHRONICLES OF BUDGEPORE £220.00    
      or Sketches of Life in Upper India.   In 2 vols. 280 and 293pp. Small 8vo. In the original blue cloth. Celebrated exposure of the foibles of Anglo-India. The volumes have been brought together to make a set which matches very well.   Very good. Vol1 has been recased in the original boards with spine cloth laid on.   No date (1870), First edition, Wm.H.Allen & Co..
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    Raja Rao.   KANTHAPURA. £10.00    
         244pp. Notes. Novel first published in 1938. Gandhi's ideas reach a Malabar village. Paperback edition.   Fine. Black line on bottom edge.   1967 New Directions, New York.
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    Raja Rao.   KANTHAPURA. £10.00    
         244pp. Notes. Novel first published in 1938. Gandhi's ideas reach a Malabar village.   Fine.   1977 Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut.
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    Rajan, Balachandra.   THE DARK DANCER. £10.00    
         313pp. Cambridge-educated hero returns to India during Partition. Novel.   Very good in worn dw.   1958 First edition, Heinemann jointly with the Book Society.
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    Rajan, Balachandra.   THE DARK DANCER. £13.00    
         313pp. Cambridge-educated hero returns to India during Partition. Novel.   Very good in very good but darkening dw.   1959 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Ramanujan, A.K.   FOLKTALES FROM INDIA. £15.00    
      A Selection of Oral Tales from Twenty Two Languages.   349pp. 110 tales.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Viking, New Delhi.
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    Rangel-Ribeiro, Victor.   TIVOLEM. £10.00    
         350pp. Prize-winning novel set in a 1930s village in Goa. Marie-Santana returns to find romance and the censure of the village gossips.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First US, Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis.
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    Rao, Dr R. Raj (edits)   BOMBAY POETRY: POEMS ON BOMBAY CITY. £18.00    
      The Literary Endeavour Vol VIII Nos 1-4.   136pp. Card covers. Notes on contributors.   Very good indeed.   1986-87 Hyderabad.
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    Rao, V.Veera Bhadra (edits).   A COLLECTION OF BUDDHIST POEMS. £4.00    
         44pp. Card-covered stapled booklet.   Very good.   1978 Maha Bodhi Society, New Delhi.
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    Rau, Santha Rama.   REMEMBER THE HOUSE. £10.00    
         241pp. A first novel of life in post-1947 Bombay.   Very good in chipped dw.   1956 First Harperr, New York.
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    Ray, Sangeeta.   EN-GENDERING INDIA. £10.00    
      Woman and Nation in Colonial and Post-Colonial Narratives.   198pp. Index. Card covers. Study of British and Indian novels from 1857-1947.   Fine.   2000 Duke University Press.
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    Ray, Satyajit.   THE ADVENTURES OF FELUDA. £10.00    
         267pp. Four novellas featuring the incomparable Bengali detective Feluda. Penguin's first translation from the originals in Bengali. Card covers.   Very good but paper darkening.   1988 Penguin, India.
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    Reddy, K. Venkata.   MAJOR INDIAN NOVELISTS. £12.00    
      Mulk Raj Anand, R K Narayan, Raja Rao, Bhabani Bhattacharya & Kamala Markandaya.   104pp. Index. 11 critical essays on major Indian novelists writing in English.   Front hinge cracked but otherwise very good in very good dw.   1990 First, Prestige Books, New Delhi.
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    Rhys, Ernest.   RABINDRANATH TAGORE. £13.00    
      A Biographical Study.   164pp. Portrait frontispiece.   A little slack and rubbed. Spine lettering faded.   1915 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Richmond, Farley F. Et al (edit).   INDIAN THEATRE. £18.00    
      Traditions of Performance.   487pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1993 First Indian edition, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi.
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    Robinson, Edward Jewitt.   TALES AND POEMS OF SOUTH INDIA. £25.00    
      From the Tamil.   388pp. Index. Weslyan mission bookplate   Very good.   1885 First edition, T.Woolmer.
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    Ross, Alan.   THE TAJ EXPRESS. £10.00    
         75pp. Poems (15 set in India). Ex-public library copy.   Very good indeed in like dw. .   1973 First edition, London Magazine Editions.
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    Roy, Arundhati.   THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS. £31.00    
         340pp. Booker prize-winning first book.   Fine in fine dw. An immaculate copy.   1997 First edition, Flamingo.
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    Roy, Arundhati.   THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS. £18.00    
         340pp. Booker prize-winning first novel set in Kerala.   Very good in very good dw.   1997 First edition, Flamingo.
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    Roy, Arundhati.   THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS. £22.00    
         340pp. Booker prize-winning first novel set in Kerala.   Fine in fine dw. A superb copy of a wonderful book.   1997 First edition, Flamingo.
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    Roy, Arundhati.   THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS. £5.00    
         340pp. Booker prize-winning first novel set in Kerala.   Very good. Inscription.   1997 First edition, Flamingo.
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    Roy, Arundhati.   THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS. £23.00    
         340pp. Booker prize-winning first novel set in Kerala.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First edition, Flamingo.
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    Roychowdhury, Laura.   THE JADU HOUSE. £12.00    
      Intimate Stories of Anglo-India.   291pp. Glossary. Stories evoking the Anglo-Indian railway colony in Kharagpur and Calcutta.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2000 First edition, Doubleday.
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    Rubin, David.   THE GREATER DARKNESS. £10.00    
      A novel of India.   316pp. Set in a pilgrimage town in northern India.   Fine in fine dw.   1963 First Longmans.
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    Rubin, David.   THE GREATER DARKNESS. £10.00    
      A Novel of India.   316pp. Indians and westeners interact in a huge villa in northern pilgrimage town.   Fine in very good dw.   1963 First Longmans.
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    Rushdie, Salman & West, Elizabeth (edit).   MIRRORWORK. £10.00    
      50 Years of Indian Writing 1947-1997.   578pp. Extracts and biographical notes on 32 authors.      1997 First US, Henry Holt, New York.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   EAST, WEST. £10.00    
         216pp. Short stories.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First Cape.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   HAROUN AND THE SEA OF STORIES. £10.00    
         218pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Granta.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   MIDNIGHT'S CHILDREN. £25.00    
         446pp. Winner of the 1981 Booker Prize.   Fine in very good unchipped and unclipped dw with some fading to the spine and front panels. A lovely copy.   1981 Reprint year of publication, Jonathan Cape.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   THE SATANIC VERSES. £10.00    
         547pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 Reprint year of publication, Viking.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   THE SATANIC VERSES. £22.00    
         547pp.   Rear board and dw dented, otherwise fine.   1988 First Viking.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   SHALIMAR THE CLOWN. £10.00    
         398pp.   Fine in near-fine dw. The price on the dw has been inked-out.   2005 First edition, Jonathan Cape.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   THE MOOR'S LAST SIGH. £14.00    
         434pp.   Very good indeed in fine dw. Owner's stamp.   1995 First, Cape.
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    Rushdie, Salman.   THE MOOR'S LAST SIGH. £21.00    
         434pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Cape.
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    Russell, Ralph (edits).   HIDDEN IN THE LUTE. £16.00    
      An Anthology of Two Centuries of Urdu Literature.   312pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Viking, New Delhi.
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    Russell, Ralph and Islam, Khurshidul (edit).   THREE MUGHAL POETS. £21.00    
      Mir, Sauda, Mir Hasan.   290pp. Index. The three 18th century poets lived in or near Delhi.   Fine in very good dw.   1969 First edition, Allen and Unwin.
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    Russell, Ralph and Islam, Khurshidul (edit).   THREE MUGHAL POETS. £23.00    
      Mir, Sauda, Mir Hasan.   290pp. Index. The three 18th century poets lived in or near Delhi.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1969 First edition, Allen and Unwin.
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    Ryder, Arthur W. (translates).   KALIDASA. £10.00    
      Translations of Shakuntala and Other Works.   216pp. Translated from the Sanskrit. In Everyman's Library.   Very good.   No date (c1910) J.M.Dent.
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    Sabin, Margery.   DISSENTERS AND MAVERICKS. £12.00    
      Writings about India in English 1765-2000   239pp. Index. A literary scholar examines texts from a range of genres. Authors covered include Burke, Sleeman, Wilkie Collins, Nirad Chaudhuri and V.S.Naipaul.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Oxford University Press, New York.
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    Sahgal, Nayantara.   PRISON AND CHOCOLATE CAKE. £12.00    
         239pp. Index. 8 b/w photographs. A childhood in India and America by Nehru's niece.   Very good in very good dw.   1966 Reprint, Knopf, New York.
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    Said, Edward W.   CULTURE AND IMPERIALISM. £12.00    
         444pp. Index. Includes 37pp chapter on 'Kim' and short study of 'A Passage to India'.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Chatto & Windus..
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    Saili, Ganesh.   RUSKIN, OUR ENDURING BOND. £12.00    
         144pp. Many excellent b/w photographs. Biography of the novelist.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Roli Books, New Delhi.
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    Sankar.   CHOWRINGHEE. £10.00    
         396pp. Translated from the Bengali. Novel based in old Calcutta hotel.   Fine in fine dw.   2007 First edition, Atlantic Books.
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    Satyarthi, Devendra (edits).   MEET MY PEOPLE. £45.00    
      Indian Folk Poetry.   304pp. Index. With an Introduction by Mulk Raj Anand. Portrait frontispiece. 3 engraved illustrations. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the editor.   Boards a little rubbed. Internally very good.   1951 First complete edition, Chetana, Hyderabad.
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    Schiefner, F.Anton von, and Ralston, W.R.S.   TIBETAN TALES FROM INDIAN SOURCES. £31.00    
         lxv + 368pp. Index. 58pp introduction by C.A.F. Rhys Davids. Reprinted in 'Broadway Translations'.   Very good.   No date (1926), George Routledge and Sons.
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    Schimmel, Annemarie and Welch, Stuart Cary.   ANVARI'S DIVAN: A POCKET BOOK FOR AKBAR, £28.00    
         142pp. Index. 4to. 51 illustrations (44 in colour). 2 maps.   Fine in very good dw.   1983 First edition, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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    Schimmel, Annemarie.   RUMI'S WORLD. £10.00    
      The Life and Work of the Great Sufi poet.   214pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine apart from owner's name.   1992 Shambhala, Boston.
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    Scott, Paul.   A DIVISION OF THE SPOILS. £19.00    
         599pp. Final volume of the Raj Quartet.   Very good in very good dw.   1975 First Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN. £5.00    
         451pp.   Fine. A nice clean copy.   1967 Bookclub edition.
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    Scott, Paul.   JOHNNIE SAHIB. £49.00    
         226pp. Novel of the war in Burma. His first book.   Edges dusted and spotted. Otherwise very good in complete dw.   1952 First edition, Eyre & Spotttiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE ALIEN SKY. £13.00    
         284pp.   Very good in slightly chipped dw.   1953 Reprinted month of publication, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE BENDER. £22.00    
         254pp. Not set in India.   Very good indeed in complete but grubby dw.   1963 First Secker & Warburg.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE BIRDS OF PARADISE. £13.00    
         264pp.   Very good in very good slightly darkening dw.   1962 First, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE BIRDS OF PARADISE. £10.00    
         264pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1967 Collected edition Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE CHINESE LOVE PAVILION. £10.00    
         326pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1967 Collected Edition Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE CHINESE LOVE PAVILION. £21.00    
         326pp.   Very good in very good dw.   1960 First, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE DAY OF THE SCORPION. £10.00    
         484pp. Second novel in the Raj Quartet.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1978 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN. £10.00    
         451pp. First novel in the Raj Quartet.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE CHINESE LOVE PAVILION. £18.00    
         326pp.   Very good in chipped dw.   1960 First, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN. £10.00    
         451pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 reprint Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN. £13.00    
         451pp.   Very good. Single ink mark on prelims.   1966 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE ALIEN SKY. £10.00    
         284pp.   Very good in rubbed dw.   1954 reprint, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE CHINESE LOVE PAVILION. £12.00    
         326pp.   Very good in grubby dw.   1960 First, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE DAY OF THE SCORPION. £25.00    
         484pp. Second novel in the Raj Quartet.   Near-fine in fine dw. Some spotting to edges.   1971 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   THE DAY OF THE SCORPION. £10.00    
         484pp. Second novel in the Raj Quartet.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1975 Reprint, Heinemann.
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    Scott, Paul.   A DIVISION OF THE SPOILS. £28.00    
         599pp. Final novel of the Raj Quartet.   Near fine in like dw. An outstanding copy.   1975 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Sealy, Allan.   THE EVEREST HOTEL. £14.00    
      A Calendar.   333pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First, Indiaink, New Delhi.
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    Sealy, I.Allan.   THE EVEREST HOTEL. £16.00    
      A Calendar.   331pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First English edition, Doubleday.
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    Sela, Owen.   COROMANDEL. £10.00    
         313pp. Novel of the early days of the East India Company.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   !995 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Selby, Martha Ann (edits).   GROW LONG, BLESSED NIGHT. £10.00    
      Love Poems from Classical India.   265pp. Index. Anthology of 200 love poems from Sanskrit, Tamil and Maharastri with 109pp of introduction and criticism. Card covers.   Fine.   2000, Oxford University Press, New York.
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    Selvadurai, Shyam.   FUNNY BOY. £10.00    
      A Novel in Six Stories.   316pp. Tamil boy growing up in modern Colombo.   Fine in slightly creased dw.   1994 First edition, Cape.
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    Sen, Dineschandra (edits).   EASTERN BENGAL BALLADS MYMENSING. £58.00    
      Volume 1: Part 1.   322pp. Index. Inscribed by the author to the Earl of Lytton, Governor of Bengal, and signed.   Very good indeed.   1923 University of Calcutta.
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    Sen, Sudeep.   POSTMARKED INDIA. £10.00    
      New and Selected Poems.   247pp. Paperback. Presentation copy signed by the poet.   Very good indeed.   1997 HarperCollins, India.
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    Sergeant, Howard, Edits.   POETRY FROM INDIA. £10.00    
      Pergamon Poets 9.   98pp. Limp covers. The work of four contemporary poets: Nissin Ezekiel, A.K.Ramanujan, R.Parthasarathy and Deb Kumar Das.   Very good indeed.   1970 Pergamon Press.
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    Seth, Vikram.   A SUITABLE BOY. £10.00    
         1349pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 Reprint Phoenix House.
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    Seth, Vikram.   AN EQUAL MUSIC. £12.00    
         381pp. Set in London and the west.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First Phoenix House.
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    Seth, Vikram.   A SUITABLE BOY. £22.00    
         1349pp.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1993 First, Phoenix House.
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    Sethi, Ali.   THE WISH MAKER. £12.00    
         421pp. Novel. Family saga of modern Pakistan.   Fine in fine dw.   2009 HarperCollins, Canada.
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    Severn, Forepoint.   THE BLIND ROAD. £28.00    
         442pp. Novel of exploration and adventure in Tibet. The author was Leonard A.Bethell, officer on the Younghusband Tibet expedition.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1938 First edition, Blackwood.
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    Shah, Idries.   KARA KUSH. £10.00    
      The Gold of Ahmad Shah.   575pp. Based on Afghan resistance to the Russian invasion.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First Collins.
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    Shah, Rev Ahmad.   THE BIJAK OF KABIR £38.00    
      translated into English.   236pp. In the original olive cloth. A few neat notes on the endpapers.   Very good.   1917 First edition, by the author, Hamirpur, U.P.
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    Shah, Rev Ahmad.   THE BIJAK OF KABIR £42.00    
      translated into English.   236pp. In the original olive cloth.   Very good.   1917 First edition, by the author, Hamirpur, U.P.
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    Shamsie, Kamila.   BURNT SHADOWS. £10.00    
         371pp. Novel of family lives in Japan, Pakistan and New York.   Fine in fine dw.   2009 First edition, Bloomsbury.
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    Shanghvi, Siddharth Dhanavant.   THE LAST SONG OF DUSK. £5.00    
         312pp. Card covers. Debut novel set in Bombay.   Fine.   2004 Phoenix.
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    Shanghvi, Siddharth Dhanvant.   THE LAST SONG OF DUSK. £10.00    
         298pp. 1920s Bombay with English and Indian characters.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Sharma, Sunil.   AMIR KHUSRAW. £21.00    
      The Poet of Sultans and Sufis.   140pp. Index. Writer in Persian in 13th century Delhi.   Fine. Not issued with dw.   2005 First edition, Oneworld, Oxford.
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    Shearwood, F.F.   FIVE INDIAN TALES. £12.00    
         160pp.   Very good.   1925 First edition, Student Christian Movement.
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    Shute, Nevil.   THE CHEQUER BOARD. £13.00    
         380pp. Novel of wartime aircrew in Burma.   Very good in worn dw.   1947 First US, Morrow, New York.
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    Sidhwa, Bapsi.   THE CROW EATERS. £12.00    
         283pp. First novel set in Parsee community of Lahore and Karachi in 1901.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1980 First edition, Jonathan Cape.
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    Singh, Iqbal.   THE ARDENT PILGRIM. £14.00    
      An Introduction to the Life and Work of Mohammed Iqbal.   247pp. 'An attempt at understanding the contradictions that made him legendary as a poet and... as a prophet of pan-Islamic ideas.'   Fine in very good dw.   1951 First edition, Longmans, Green and Co..
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    Singh, Jogendra.   NASRIN. £75.00    
      An Indian Medley.   311pp. Frontispiece. The author was a scholar and statesman who wrote novels on Sikh themes and later was knighted, becoming the first Sikh member of the Viceroy's Council   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy. Attractive period bookplate.   1911 First edition, James Nisbet.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   I SHALL NOT HEAR THE NIGHTINGALE. £31.00    
         243pp. The author's second novel, set in 1942-43 Punjab.   Fine in price-clipped dw with slight wear to edges.   1959 First edition, John Calder.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   I SHALL NOT HEAR THE NIGHTINGALE. £10.00    
         243pp. Card covers. Set in Amritsar during the 'Quit India' movement. The author's second novel.   Very good indeed.   1983 IBH Publishing Company, Bombay.
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    Singh, Kushwant.   TRAIN TO PAKISTAN. £25.00    
         207pp. Novel set in village on the partition line in summer 1947.   Very good in chipped dw.   1956 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Sinha, Indra.   THE DEATH OF MR LOVE. £10.00    
         584pp. Family reverberations in England and India of a society murder in 1950s Bombay.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First, Scribner.
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    Sinha, R.P.N.   INDO-ANGLIAN POETRY. £14.00    
      Its Birth and Growth.   160pp.   Very good in chipped dw.   1987 First edition, Reliance Publishing House, New Delhi.
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    Slaughter, Carolyn.   A BLACK ENGLISHMAN. £10.00    
         335pp. Presentation copy signed by the author. Limp covers with dustwrapper. Novel of love and divided loyalties in 1920s India.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 Faber and Faber.
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    Smith, John D.   THE VISALADEVARASA. £22.00    
      A Restoration of the Text.   122pp + glossary and index. Translation and commentary on 15th century poetic text from Rajasthan.   Fine in fine dw.   1976 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Sorley, H.T.   SHAH ABDUL LATIF OF BHIT. £45.00    
      His Poetry, Life and Times. A Study of Literary, Social and Economic Conditions in Eighteenth Century Sind.   432pp. Index. In the original blue cloth.   Very good indeed.   1940 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Speer, Jerry and Russell, Wilfrid.   SAHIBS AND SADHUS. £12.00    
      Verses inspired by India during and after the Raj.   64pp. Poems by a Travancore tea-planter and a Bombay businessman. Foreword by John Masters.   Fine in fine dw.   No date, Fortune Press.
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    Speer, Jerry and Russell, Wilfrid.   SAHIBS AND SADHUS. £16.00    
      Verses inspired by India during and after the Raj.   64pp. Poems by a Travancore tea-planter and a Bombay businessman. Foreword by John Masters.   Fine in fine dw.   No date, Fortune Press.
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    Spurling, Hilary.   PAUL SCOTT, A LIFE. £10.00    
         438pp. Index. Many b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 Reprint, Hutchinson.
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    Spurling, Hilary.   PAUL SCOTT, A LIFE. £12.00    
         438pp. Index. Many b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Spurling, Hilary.   PAUL SCOTT, A LIFE. £10.00    
         438pp. Index. Many b/w photographs.   Near fine in like dw.   1990 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Starr, Leoora.   COLONEL'S LADY. £10.00    
         188pp. Novel set in Quetta.   Very good. No front endpaper.   No date (1930s) Herbert Jenkins.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   VOICES IN THE NIGHT. £22.00    
         365pp. In standard green boards with silver embossed design.   Very good.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   A PRINCE OF DREAMERS. £18.00    
         348pp. Fictional biography of the Emperor Akbar. In green binding with silver decoration.   Very good indeed. Some spotting to fore-edge.   1908 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   INDIAN SCENE. £22.00    
      Collected Short Stories.    638pp. 37 stories.   Very good.   1933 First edition, Arnold.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   ON THE FACE OF THE WATERS. £14.00    
         432pp. Mutiny novel. Standard green and silver binding.   Very good. Hinges a little slack.   1897 26th thousand, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   TALES OF THE PUNJAB. £12.00    
         310pp. Extensive notes by R.C.Temple. Illustrated by David Gentleman. Stories collected from oral versions in the late 19th century. A text to interest children with scholarly notes for students of folklore.   Fine in fading dw.   1973 First thus, Bodley Head.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE POTTER'S THUMB. £16.00    
         318pp. In decorated green boards.   Very good.   1910 Reprint Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   VOICES IN THE NIGHT. £13.00    
         365pp. In standard green boards with silver embossed design. Remains of lending library label on front board. No other library marks.   Inscription. Corners bruised and hinges slack.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   A SOVEREIGN REMEDY. £13.00    
         354pp. In standard green and silver decorated boards. Not set in India.   Very good. Short split to top of spine cloth.   1906 Second impression, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   A SOVEREIGN REMEDY. £19.00    
         354pp. In standard green and silver decorated boards. Not set in India.   A very bright copy. Nick to spine cloth.   1906 Second impression, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE HOSTS OF THE LORD. £13.00    
         344pp. In usual green cloth with silver decoration. From a subscription library with single label.   Very good. Tear to front endpaper.   1900 First, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   A PRINCE OF DREAMERS. £10.00    
         348pp. Fictional biography of the Emperor Akbar.   Very good in worn dw.   1930 Reprint, John Lane.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   VOICES IN THE NIGHT. £18.00    
         365pp. In standard green boards with silver embossed design.   Very good. Neat inscription.   1900 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE HOSTS OF THE LORD. £16.00    
         344pp. In usual green cloth with silver decoration.   Inscriptions and slight wear to spine and corners.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   VOICES IN THE NIGHT. £22.00    
         365pp. In standard green boards with silver embossed design.   Very good. Corners bruised.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   IN THE GUARDIANSHIP OF GOD. £19.00    
         310pp. In standard green and silver decorated boards. 17 short stories set in India   A sound copy with some spotting to edges and slight rubbing to head and tail of spine.   1903 Third impression, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   VOICES IN THE NIGHT. £13.00    
         365pp. In standard green boards with silver embossed design.   Very good. Various inscriptions. Price in red biro.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE HOSTS OF THE LORD. £18.00    
         344pp. In usual green cloth with silver decoration.   Very good indeed.   1900 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE HOSTS OF THE LORD. £10.00    
         375pp. Pocket edition.   Very good.   No date (c1910) Thomas Nelson.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   ON THE FACE OF THE WATERS. £10.00    
         432pp. Mutiny novel. Standard green and silver binding.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good. Hinges a little slack.   1897 30th thousand, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   INDIAN SCENE. £42.00    
      Collected Short Stories.    638pp. 37 stories.   Very good indeed in complete pictorial dustwrapper. A lovely copy.   1933 First edition, Arnold.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   KING-ERRANT. £18.00    
         355pp. Fictional life of the Emperor Babar.   Very good indeed. Some spotting to fore-edge.   1912 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   A PRINCE OF DREAMERS. £15.00    
         348pp. Fictional biography of the Emperor Akbar. In green binding with silver decoration.   Very good indeed. Cloth a little faded.   1908 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   THE HOSTS OF THE LORD. £15.00    
         344pp. In usual green cloth with silver decoration.   Very good. Some spotting throughout.   1900 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Steel, Flora Annie.   FROM THE FIVE RIVERS. £16.00    
      Short stories from the Punjab.   212pp. Silver decorated green boards. 8 stories and 4 poems.   Very good. Spine cloth rubbed and darkening.   1893 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Stevens, William Oliver.   DRUMMER BOY OF BURMA. £18.00    
         242pp. Drawings in b/w. A late-imperial 'juvenile'. American boy involved in late 19th century Burma wars and the capture of Mandalay.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1946 First edition, Collins.
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    Stirling, S.M.   THE PESHAWAR LANCERS. £16.00    
         421pp. 'In the 21st century, boats still run on steam, messages arrive by telegraph, and the British Empire, with its capital now in Delhi, still controls much of the world…' The 'Great Game' continued into an imagined future. Much influence of Talbot Mundy.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First US, ROC, New York.
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    Stredder, Eleanor.   ALIVE IN THE JUNGLE. £16.00    
         192pp. 3 plates and 1 vignette in colour. Story of English child taken by a wolf and raised with the pack of cubs in Bengal. The first edition appeared in 1892 before the first issue of any of Kipling's Mowgli stories. In Nelson's Travel Series   Very good indeed. Prize label from 1909.   No date, T.Nelson & Sons.
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    Sud, K.N. (translates).   SELECTIONS FROM GHALIB AND IQBAL. £12.00    
         110pp.   Very good. Owner's name.   1978 First edition, Sterling Publishers, New Delhi.
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    Suri, Manil.   THE DEATH OF VISHNU. £10.00    
         329pp. Highly praised first novel set in Bombay. It blends 'Indian mythology with acutely observed social detail and a dash of Bollywood sparkle'.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First Bloomsbury.
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    Sutherland, Joan.   THE HIDDEN ROAD. £10.00    
         252pp. English romance based on the British invasion of Tibet.   very good.   1924 Reprint Mills & Boon.
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    Sutherland, Joan.   DESBOROUGH OF THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER. £15.00    
         318pp. Romance and adventure on the Frontier.   Very good, Slight rubbing to edges.   No date (dedication dated 1920), Mills & Boon.
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    Swinden, Patrick.   PAUL SCOTT. £10.00    
      Images of India.   123pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Swinden, Patrick.   PAUL SCOTT. £10.00    
      Images of India.   123pp. Index.   Very good.   1980 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Swinden, Patrick.   PAUL SCOTT. £10.00    
      Images of India.   123pp. Index.   Very good in fine dw. Inscription.   1980 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Syal, Meera.   LIFE ISN'T ALL HA HA HEE HEE. £10.00    
         332pp. Marriage and betrayal in an Indian family in England. Second novel by English-based comic writer and actress.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Doubleday.
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    Syal, Meera.   ANITA AND ME. £10.00    
         328pp. Child from an Indian family growing up in England. First novel by English-based comic writer and actress.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First, Flamingo.
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    Sykes, Major P.M. and Khan Bahadur Ahmad din Khan   THE GLORY OF THE SHIA WORLD. £148.00    
      The Tale of a Pilgrimage.   279pp. 4 plates in colour from Persian paintings and many b/w illustrations.   An outstanding copy in complete dw.   1910 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Sykes, Major P.M. and Khan Bahadur Ahmad din Khan   THE GLORY OF THE SHIA WORLD. £70.00    
      The Tale of a Pilgrimage.   279pp. 4 plates in colour from Persian paintings and many b/w illustrations.   Very god indeed.   1910 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Sykes, Marjorie.   RABINDRANATH TAGORE. £10.00    
         134pp. 8 b/w photographs.   Very good in very good dw.   1945 Reprint, Longman, India.
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    Sykes, Marjorie.   RABINDRANATH TAGORE. £13.00    
         134pp. 8 b/w photographs.   Very good in rubbed dw.   1943 First edition, Longman, India.
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    Sykes, Marjorie.   THE STORY OF THE RAMAYANA. £10.00    
         139pp. Card covers. Signed by the editor, 'Marjorie'.   Very good.   1975 Reprint, Orient Longman, New Delhi.
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    Tagore Festival 1986.   RABINDRANATH TAGORE. £10.00    
      A Celebration of his Life and Work.   80pp. 4to. Card covers. 13 essays on aspects of his life and work. Illustrated with photographs, drawings and 24 of his paintings in colour. Catalogue of the touring exhibition.   Fine.   1986.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   THE GOLDEN BOAT. £28.00    
         121pp. Translated by Bhabani Bhattacharya.   Near-fine in complete but darkening dw.   1932 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   STRAY BIRDS. £10.00    
         84pp. Colour frontispiece. Poems   Very good.   1933 Reprint Macmillan.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   HUNGRY STONES AND OTHER STORIES. £13.00    
         271pp. Translated from the Bengali.   Very good in worn dw.   1919 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   ONE HUNDRED AND ONE. £22.00    
         182pp. A selection of poems edited and introduced by Prof. Humayun Kabir.   Very good indeed in worn dw.   1966 First Asia Publishing House, Bombay.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   THE KING OF THE DARK CHAMBER. £12.00    
         200pp. A play translated into English by the author.   Very good. Owner's name.   1914 First, Macmillan.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   STRAY BIRDS. £10.00    
         84pp. Colour frontispiece. Poems   Very good.   1921 Reprint Macmillan.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   THE HOME AND THE WORLD. £10.00    
         333pp. Novel translated from the Bengali.   Very good indeed.   1931 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   SACRIFICE and Other Plays. £10.00    
         256pp.   Very good in chipped dw.   1961 Reprint, Macmillan, India.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   A FLIGHT OF SWANS. £10.00    
      Poems from the Balaka.   116pp. Translated by Aurobindo Bose.   Very good in very good dw.   1962 Second edition, John Murray.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   SELECTED WRITINGS ON LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE. £13.00    
         413pp. Edited by Das, Sisir Kumar and Chaudhuri, Sukanta.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   A FLIGHT OF SWANS. £12.00    
      Poems from the Balaka.   116pp. Translated by Aurobindo Bose.   Fine in fine dw.   1962 Second edition, John Murray.
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    Tagore, Rabindranath.   THE GARDENER. £10.00    
         150pp. Translated from the Bengali.   Very good. Corner cut from front endpaper.   1919 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Tambimutti (edits)   INDIA LOVE POEMS. £58.00    
      Selected with an Essay on Women in India.   121pp. Wood engravings by Jeff Hill. In the original slipcase. This copy is inscribed to '….Claude and Luki with best wishes for 1955 from Tambi and Safia…' It is signed in pencil by Claude Mieville.   Internally very good but the spine is rubbed and the slipcase split and worn   1954 First edition, the Peter Pauper Press, Mount Vernon, New York.
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    Taylor, Captain Meadows.   CONFESSIONS OF A THUG. £14.00    
         338pp. New edition with an introduction by Brian Rawson. Novel about thugee first published in 1839.   Very good in very good dw.   1967 Anthony Blond.
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    Taylor, Captain Meadows.   CONFESSIONS OF A THUG. £14.00    
         338pp. New edition with an introduction by Brian Rawson. Novel about thugee first published in 1839.   Very good in very good dw.   1968 Stein & Day, New York.
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    Taylor, Colonel Meadows.   RALPH DARNELL. £22.00    
         450pp. Profligate young man distinguishes himself at Plassey.   Very good. Spine a little rubbed.   1889 New edition, Kegan Paul.
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    Taylor, Colonel Meadows.   TARA: £25.00    
      A Mahratta Tale.   531pp. Novel.   Very good in original decorated brown boards.   1874 New edition, Henry S.King.
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    Teape, W.M.   THE SECRET LORE OF INDIA. £5.00    
      and The One Perfect Life for All Being a Few Main Passages from the Upanishads.   345pp. Index. Little used ex-public library copy.   Very good.   1932 First edition, W.Heffer, Cambridge.
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    Tharoor, Shashi.   THE GREAT INDIAN NOVEL. £5.00    
         425pp. Ex-public library copy.   Very good in very good dw.   1989 First, Viking.
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    Tharoor, Shashi.   SHOW BUSINESS. £14.00    
         304pp. His second novel.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First, Picador.
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    Tharu, Susie and Lalita, K.   WOMEN WRITING IN INDIA. £10.00    
      Volume II. The 20th Century.   641pp. Index. An anthology from all genres of literature. Card covers.   Very good.   1993 Pandora.
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    Theroux, Paul.   THE ELEPHANTA SUITE. £10.00    
         278pp. Novel partly set in Mumbai.   Fine in fine dw.   2007 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Thomas, Craig.   PLAYING WITH COBRAS. £10.00    
         379pp. Political and spy thriller with an Indian setting.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First, Harper Collins.
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    Thompson, Edward J. (translates).   BENGALI RELIGIOUS LYRICS, SAKTA. £10.00    
         103pp.   Paper darkening and front hinge cracked.   1923 Association Press, Calcutta.
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    Thompson, Edward.   SO POOR A GHOST. £10.00    
         311pp.   Very good.   1933 First, Macmillan.
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    Thompson, Edward.   LAMENT FOR ADONIS. £10.00    
         315pp. Novel based on WW1 in the Middle East.   Very good   1932 First Benn.
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    Thompson, Edward.   NIGHT FALLS ON SIVA'S HILL. £10.00    
         337pp.   Spine faded and a little worn.   1929 First Heinemann.
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    Thompson, Edward.    A FAREWELL TO INDIA. £10.00    
         288pp.   Very good. A little slack.   1931 Second impression, Benn.
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    Thompson, Edward.   BURMESE SILVER. £10.00    
         216pp. Novel set in the Chindwin Valley.   Very good. Boards a little faded.   1965 Reprint, Faber & Faber.
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    Thompson, Edward.   BURMESE SILVER. £12.00    
         338pp. Novel set in the Chindwin Valley.   Very good internally but spine faded and rubbed and front endpaper removed. Boards a little faded.   1937 Second impression, Faber & Faber.
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    Thompson, Edward.    A FAREWELL TO INDIA. £10.00    
         288pp.   Very good.   1931 Second impression, Benn.
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    Thompson, Edward.    A FAREWELL TO INDIA. £12.00    
         288pp.   Very good in dw with a little wear to edges.   1933 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Thurley, Jon.   HOUSEHOLD GODS. £10.00    
         278pp. Barrister travels to Pakistan to explore his father's disappearance during Partition in 1947. Novel.   Fine in fine dw. Slight browning to paper.   1987 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Trevor, Col. G.H.   RHYMES OF RAJPUTANA. £16.00    
         237pp. Verses on historical subjects in the style of Tennyson and Browning.   Internally fine and uncut but the binding has been crudely but effectively repaired.   1894 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Tully, Mark.   THE HEART OF INDIA. £12.00    
         241pp. Signed by the author on the title page. Stories of life in Uttar Pradesh.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First Viking.
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    Tully, Mark.   THE HEART OF INDIA. £10.00    
         241pp. Stories of life in Uttar Pradesh.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Viking.
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    Ullman, James Ramsey.   AND NOT TO YIELD. £5.00    
         444pp. Novel about climber's obsession with Himalayan peak.   Very good in chipped dw.   1970 First edition, Collins.
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    Vahid, Syed Abdul.   IQBAL. £28.00    
      His art and thought.   254pp. Index. First printed privately in Hyderabad.   Fine in very good dw. An outstanding copy.   1959 First edition, John Murray.
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    Vaidya, Suresh.   KAILAS. £16.00    
         316pp. Family saga in an indian village from post-mutiny resistance to District Board elections.   Very good in very good dw.   1937 First edition, The Queensway Press.
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    Vakil, Ardashir.   ONE DAY. £10.00    
         293pp. A day in the life of a London teacher and his Indian wife. His second novel.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Verma, Nirmal.   THE WORLD ELSEWHERE and other stories. £10.00    
         238pp. Translated from the Hindi.   Paper slightly browning at edges. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Readers International.
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    Vernede, R.V.   THE COLLECTOR'S BAG. £18.00    
         267pp. Short stories written by ICS officer posted to Garhwal 1941-46. Mostly about the local hill people.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition, Colin Smythe, Gerrard's Cross.
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    Verney, Margaret M.   SIR HENRY STEWART CUNNINGHAM, K.C.I.E. £36.00    
         145pp. 5 portrait plates. Family memoir of lawyer, judge, administrator and novelist ('The Chronicles of Dustypore'). Inscribed by the joint author 'Elsie Fletcher from Hermione Stephen in memory of H.S. Oct 26th 1932'.   Very good indeed   1932 First edition, John Murray.
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    Wallace, Lew.   THE PRINCE OF INDIA £25.00    
      or Why Constantinople Fell.   In 2 vols. 502 and 578pp. In original blue decorated cloth.   Very good indeed.   1893 First Harper, New York.
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    Walsh, William.   R.K.NARAYAN. £13.00    
      A Critical Appreciation.   176pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw. Bibliography annotated.   1982 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Walsh, William.   R.K.NARAYAN. £16.00    
      A Critical Appreciation.   176pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1982 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Waring, P. Alston.   THE PEACOCK COUNTRY. £13.00    
         100pp. Black and white illustrations by Vera Bock. 'Stories of the lives of animals woven into the lives of people' set in Mourbhanj, Orissa. In decorated cloth boards.   Very good indeed.   1948 First John Day, New York.
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    Weston, Christine.   THE WORLD IS A BRIDGE. £4.00    
         276pp.   Very good internally but boards dull and rubbed.   1950 First US, Scribner.
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    Weston, Christine.   INDIGO. £10.00    
         352pp. Bound in plain orange cloth.   Very good.   1944 First Collins
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    Weston, Christine.   THE WORLD IS A BRIDGE. £10.00    
         320pp. Friends split in the events of 1947. By the author of 'Indigo'.   Very good in worn dw.   1950 First, Collins.
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    Weston, Christine.   INDIGO. £10.00    
         374pp.   Well-read copy in worn dw.   1943 First Scribners, New York.
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    Weston, Christine.   INDIGO. £14.00    
         352pp. Much-praised American novel set in French-owned indigo plantation on the Jumna.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1944 First, Collins.
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    Weston, Christine.   THE WORLD IS A BRIDGE. £4.00    
         320pp. Friends split in the events of 1947. By the author of 'Indigo'.   Very good.   1950 First, Collins.
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    Weston, Christine.   THE HOOPOE. £13.00    
         523pp. Patrice, brought up in India, lives in New England. To save her marriage, India is revisited as it is reborn in 1947. By the author of 'Indigo'.   Fine in very good dw.   1970 First, Harper& Row, New York.
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    White, Robin.   FOREIGN SOIL. £10.00    
      Tales of South India.   238pp. Short stories.   Slight bump to edge of front board and a few pages but otherwise very good.   1962 First US, Atheneum, New York.
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    White, Robin.   HOUSE OF MANY ROOMS. £10.00    
         191pp. American missionary family in South India.   Very good indeed in complete but darkening dw.   1960 First Bodley Head.
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    White, Robin.   MEN AND ANGELS. £10.00    
         256pp. Missionary's son rediscovers his father.   Very good in very good dw.   1961 First Bodley Head.
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    Wignesan, T.   BUNGA EMAS. £12.00    
      Contemporary Malaysian Literature.   272pp.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1964 First edition, Antont Blond for Rayirath Publications, Malaysia.
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    Williams, Jane (edits).   TAMBIMUTTU. £12.00    
      Bridge Between Two Worlds.   290pp. 30 illustrations. A celebration by Indian and Western writers and artists. Limited to 1000 copies.   Fine in very good dw.   1989 First edition, Peter Owen.
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    Woodruff, Philip (Philip Mason).   CALL THE NEXT WITNESS. £10.00    
         208pp. Paperback edition. A detective story set in pre-war village India.   Very good.   1948 Guild Books.
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    Woolf, Leonard.   THE VILLAGE IN THE JUNGLE. £5.00    
         179pp. Paperback reprint of novel set in Sinhalese village. First published 1913 based on Woolf's experience as a magistrate in Ceylon.   Fine.   2005 Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Wurgaft, Lewis D.   THE IMPERIAL IMAGINATION. £16.00    
      Magic and Myth in Kipling's India.   211pp. Index. About the British view of themselves and their 'mission' in India. Moves between history and literature with extensive reference to Maud Diver and Flora Annie Steele as well as Kipling.   Fine in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Weslyan University Press, Connecticut.
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    Yee, Chiang.   THE MEN OF THE BURMA ROAD. £5.00    
         88pp. Novel about the Chinese who built the road to Burma. Illustated by the author, `the Silent Traveller'.   Fine in very good dw. An excellent copy.   1942 Second edition, Methuen.
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    Young, Gavin.   IN SEARCH OF CONRAD. £5.00    
         304pp. Endpaper maps. From Bangkok through the islands of Indonesia.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Young, Gavin.   IN SEARCH OF CONRAD. £10.00    
         304pp. Soft covers. Endpaper maps. From Bangkok through the islands of Indonesia. Signed by the author   Fine.   1991 Hutchinson.
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    Zaman, Niaz and Farrukhi, Asif (edit).   FAULT LINES. £12.00    
      Stories of 1971.   xxxii + 340pp. Short stories arising from the split of Bangladesh from Pakistan.   Fine in fine dw.   2008 First edition, The University Press, Dhaka.
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