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Title from item. Then inch by inch out of the grass rose up the head and spread hood of Nag, the big black cobra, and he was five feet long from tongue to tail. When he had lifted one-third of himself clear of the ground, he stayed balancing to and fro exactly as a dandelion-tuft balances in the wind, and he looked at Rikki-tikki with the wicked snake's eyes that never change their expression, whatever the snake may be thinking of."--The Jungle Book, p. 170 Date from item. By Messrs. Maurice & Edward Detmold From: Sixteen illustrations of subjects from Kipling's "Jungle book" / by Messrs. Maurice & Edward Detmold, 1903.
|Detmold, Charles Maurice, 1883-1908|
|Boston Public Library|
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