Mowgli and Bagheera
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Title from item. Good! Now, I have seen men thrust a dry branch into that stuff, and presently the Red Flower blossomed at the end of it. Art though not afraid?' 'No. Why should I fear? I remember now--if it is not a dream--how, before I was a Wolf, I lay beside the Red Flower, and it was warm and pleasant.'"--The Jungle Book, p. 33 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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