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Old 02-11-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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Kipling, Rudyard: Soldiers Three. v1. Feb 2012

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Soldiers Three (in the Indian Railway Library edition) was the second collection of short stories by Rudyard Kipling to be published, after Plain Tales from the Hills (in which the three soldiers of the title also appear). Like it, it was collected from some of the fiction he had published in journals; but while Plain Tales was mostly collected from the Civil and Military Gazette, this was reprinted in chief from The Week’s News, an Allahabad paper. -- Wikipedia
"Soldiers Three" was later combined with two other collections, "The Story of the Gadsbys", which is written in dramatic form, and "In Black and White", looking more at the native Indians than the British. The larger book was called "Soldiers Three and Other Stories" - which is the version here.
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