Kim. London: Macmillan, 1901. First Edition. Illustrated. Pp, 413. A Fine copy rebound in half calf. Kipling's novel features Kim, a small orphan of Irish descent surviving in Native India during the Raj, who embarks on a journey as disciple to a Tibetan Holy Man through the colour, chaos and political intrigue of 19th-century India"Considered to be Kipling's greatest work, and the finest novel about the India of the British Empire, the text appeared serially in Cassell's Magazine from January through November 1901"