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Booksellers Review (Newspaper) - April 29, 1897, London, Middlesex A Practical Journal for the Trade No. 8. APRIL 39, 1897. Subscription W. THACKER 1STEW BOOKS Departmental Ditties and other by special to LORD from New Type on Wove with Fourteen Illustrations by Crown 8vo, cloth gilt 6s. Also an Edition de Luxe to 160 numbered with extra printed on Handmade specially manufactured for this handsomely bound in half Vellum s. And Twelve copies on Japanese net THE THE LARGE NEARLY THE TENTH EDITION HOW IN THE Mr. Kipling knows and appreciates the English in and is a man of humour into the He is also singularly versatile and equally at home in humour and while neither quality is ever quite absent from his poems it would be hard to find better The majority of these songs have in them something indicative of the author's real 1 The Galley 1 Christmas in ' The Song of the and 1 The Overland are among those are good enough to awaken enthusiasm in the will suffer little by comparison with the best work of or proper are followed by an anthology of ' other possessing a variety and a it would be difficult to praise too DEDICATED special xo Lord pf We welcome the ninth edition of Kipling's The Mr. first edition of this work was published as far back as 1886 in and comprised a small volume the form of a of about sixty to which other verses have been until the present edition twice the number of verses of the original We are inclined to think that to a very large number of readers in this country Mr. Kipling's volume will come as a pleasant surprise in its new for although they may be acquainted with ' Barrack Boom Ballads ' they have not the same read his 4 Departmental That many of the are if not than any Mr. Kipling has yet published goes without and although written presumably for an Anglo-Indian publio it by no means follows that English readers should not have the opportunity of judging for themselves as to the merits of the We congratulate the who in issuing the ninth edition have taken the opportunity to add illustrations certainly improve the and also adds considerably to the value of the Many of the poems are pervaded by a sense of and a power of pathos by no means common amongst living We shall be very much surprised if in its new form this volume does not very quickly reach a circulation equal to what has taken place with Boom Show and Complete Catalogue of Post Free on W. THACKER Sc 2, Creed Telegraphic
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