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Jim Corbett's India by  R. E. (editor)  Jim; Hawkins - First Edition - 1978 - from Old Saratoga Books and

Jim Corbett's India

by Corbett, Jim; Hawkins, R. E. (editor)

Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket shelfworn and rear jacket flap foxed.

Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket shelfworn and rear jacket flap . foxed.. 1978. First Edition. Hardcover. 0192129686 . A selection of stories about nature, hunting, and life in northern India where Corbett lived for 72 years. ; 250 pages .


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