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9780143067122 60ad0bc3e7859911ed6db3ba Dust On The Mountain https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0bc5e7859911ed6db3c5/9780143067122-us.jpg Ruskin Bond wrote his first short story; 'Untouchable'; at the age of sixteen over hundred stories; including the classics 'A Face in Dark'; 'The Kitemaker'; 'The Tunnel'; 'The Room if many Colours'; 'Dust on the Mountain'; and 'Times Stops at Shamli'. This volume brings together the best of all the short fiction Ruskin Bond has ever written.'[Ruskin Bond's stories]' brings to life the special flavours of life in the hills...strengthen[s] the 'Rudyardian thesis' that the smell of the Himalayas; if it once creeps into the blood of a man; he will return to the hills again and again and will love to live and lie among them.'-Tribune '[Ruskin Bond]' is a writer who has; with intense depth and sensitivity; absorbed the essence of the culturally syncretic Indian society.'-Telegraph 9780143067122
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  • ISBN: 9780143067122
  • Author: Ruskin Bond
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 624
  • Format: Paperback
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Ruskin Bond wrote his first short story; 'Untouchable'; at the age of sixteen over hundred stories; including the classics 'A Face in Dark'; 'The Kitemaker'; 'The Tunnel'; 'The Room if many Colours'; 'Dust on the Mountain'; and 'Times Stops at Shamli'. This volume brings together the best of all the short fiction Ruskin Bond has ever written.'[Ruskin Bond's stories]' brings to life the special flavours of life in the hills...strengthen[s] the 'Rudyardian thesis' that the smell of the Himalayas; if it once creeps into the blood of a man; he will return to the hills again and again and will love to live and lie among them.'-Tribune '[Ruskin Bond]' is a writer who has; with intense depth and sensitivity; absorbed the essence of the culturally syncretic Indian society.'-Telegraph

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