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Kim

Left orphaned at a young age, Kim manages the streets of Lahore in India well, even passing as an Indian child despite his Irish ancestry. As Kim grows into his teens, he is found by his father's regimental captain, and shipped off to an English school, where he is trained as a spy. At the same time, he struggles to maintain contact with those he grew up with, including a Tibetan Lama who set Kim off on his path for spiritual enlightenment.

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  • "Left orphaned at a young age, Kim manages the streets of Lahore in India well, even passing as an Indian child despite his Irish ancestry. As Kim grows into his teens, he is found by his father's regimental captain, and shipped off to an English school, where he is trained as a spy. At the same time, he struggles to maintain contact with those he grew up with, including a Tibetan Lama who set Kim off on his path for spiritual enlightenment."@en
  • "Left orphaned at a young age, Kim manages the streets of Lahore in India well, even passing as an Indian child despite his Irish ancestry. As Kim grows into his teens, he is found by his father's regimental captain, and shipped off to an English school, where he is trained as a spy. At the same time, he struggles to maintain contact with those he grew up with, including a Tibetan Lama who set Kim off on his path for spiritual enlightenment."
  • "Kim, the orphan son of an Irish soldier born under British Imperial rule in 19th century India, is left in the care of a half-caste woman."
  • "Set in the days of the British Raj, Kipling's finest novel is the exciting and touching tale of an Irish orphan-boy who has lived free in the streets of Lahore before setting out, with a Tibetan Lama, on a double quest. This eventually leads to enrolment in the Indian Secret Service and a thrilling climax in the Himalayas."@en
  • "A vivid picture of India in the time of the British Raj is painted by the orphaned Sahib boy, Kim."@en
  • "Read by Madhav Sharma."@en
  • "This is an MP3 Audio Book. Kimball O'Hara is the orphan son of a white father, but he runs free in the streets of India. As a boy, he shows self-reliance and resourcefulness, running errands for Mahbub Ali, who works for the British Secret Service. Kim also meets a Tibetan Lama who is on a quest to be freed from the Wheel of Life, and the boy attaches himself to the old man as a disciple. Together they have wonderful adventures on the exotically colorful Grand Trunk Road through the Indian countryside. Then Kim is pulled into the great game of British imperial espionage and becomes a member of the Secret Service, even capturing documents from the enemy spies. Yet Kim is greatly attached to the Lama and begins to feel the contrasting pulls between a life of contemplation and of action."
  • "When an Irish orphan living in Lahore journeys out with a Tibetan Lama, they encounter numerous conflicts. Eventually the orphan finds himself enrolled in the Indian Secret Service."@en
  • "Presents the story about an orphan boy, son of an Irish soldier in 19th century India, and his adventures as a British secret agent."@en
  • "When an Irish orphan living in Lahore journeys out with a Tibetan Lama, they encounter numerous conflicts. Eventually the orphan finds himself enrolled in the Indian Secret Service, and listeners find themselves experiencing a thrilling climax and conclusion set in the Himalayas in one of Rudyard Kipling's most splendid novels."@en
  • "Kim is the story of a sharp-witted boy who learns about life on the streets of Lahore in India. His friends from all walks of life call him "Friend of All the World." He meets and adopts a gentle old man from Tibet. The holy man takes the boy to be a chela--disciple--sent from heaven. But the authorities discover Kim, give him a Sahib's education, and at 16 years of age, enlist him into the Great Game--the dangerous world of British espionage, at which he excels."
  • "Kim, the orphaned son of an Irish soldier, grows up in 19th century India and becomes involved with his father's regiment during an uprising."@en
  • "Kim is the story of a sharp-witted boy who learns about life on the streets of Lahore in India. He is able to pass as an Indian, but is actually an Irish orphan. His friends from all walks of life call him "Friend of All the World." He meets and adopts a gentle old man from Tibet--a lama searching for the Lord Buddha's sacred river. The holy man takes the boy to be a chela--disciple--sent from heaven, and Kim comes to love him. But the authorities discover Kim, give him a Sahib's education, and at 16 years of age, enlist him into the Great Game--the dangerous world of British espionage, at which he excels."
  • "Story of an orphaned son of a sergeant in an Irish Regiment in India, who spends his childhood as a vagabond in Lahore until he meets an old Lama from Tibet and accompanies him on his travels."@en
  • "How the orphan Kim and the the old Tibetan lama meet their respective destinies on the road and in the mountains of India forms one of the most compelling adventure tales of all time."
  • "Kimball O'Hara is the orphan son of a white father, but he runs free in the streets of India. As a boy, he shows self-reliance and resourcefulness, running errands for Mahbub Ali, who works for the British Secret Service. Kim also meets a Tibetan Lama who is on a quest to be freed from the Wheel of Life, and the boy attaches himself to the old man as a disciple. Together they have wonderful adventures on the exotically colorful Grand Trunk Road through the Indian countryside. Then Kim is pulled into the great game of British imperial espionage and becomes a member of the Secret Service, even capturing documents from the enemy spies. Yet Kim is greatly attached to the Lama and begins to feel the contrasting pulls between a life of contemplation and of action."@en
  • ""Kimball O'Hara, an Irish orphan, is raised in Lahore by an Indian woman. When his parentage is discovered he is sent, to his regret, to a British school, but returns to his wanderings with an old lama and to heroic adventures."--Container."
  • "Kim is the story of an orphaned son of an Irish Regiment officer who travels with an old lama from Tibet, and has adventures all over India."@en
  • "Een verwaarloosd soldatenkind, half Ier, half Hindoe, ontmoet een oude lama en begeleidt hem, als Hindoejongen verkleed, op zijn pelgrimstocht door India, waarbij hij allerlei bevolkingsgroepen leert kennen."
  • "The story of the orphaned son of an Irish soldier, Kimball O'Hara, who spends his childhood as a vagabond, traveling through India with an old Tibetan lama, enthralled by the "roaring whirl" of the country's colorful landscape and by the diversity of its people."
  • "The story of the orphaned son of an Irish soldier, Kimball O'Hara, who spends his childhood as a vagabond, traveling through India with an old Tibetan lama, enthralled by the "roaring whirl" of the country's colorful landscape and by the diversity of its people."@en
  • "Filled with lyrical, exotic prose and nostalgia for [the author's] native India, [he] is widely acknowledged as the ... greatest novel and a key element in his winning the 1907 Nobel Prize in Literature. It is the tale of an orphaned sahib and the burdensome fate that awaits him when he is unwittingly dragged into the Great Game of Imperialism. During his many adventures, he befriends a sage old Tibetan lama who transforms his life. As Pankaj Mishra asserts in his Introduction, To read the novel now is to notice the melancholy wisdom that accompanies the native boy's journey through a broad and open road to the narrow duties of the white man's world: how the deeper Buddhist idea of the illusion of the self, of time and space, makes bearable for him the anguish of abandoning his childhood.-Back cover."
  • "Adventures of an orphaned Irish lad in 19th century India."
  • "An exciting and touching tale of an Irish orphan-boy who has lived free in the streets of Lahore before setting out, with a Tibetan Lama, on a double quest. This eventually leads to enrollment in the Indian Secret Service and a thrilling climax in the Himalayas."@en
  • "An exciting and touching tale of an Irish orphan-boy who has lived free in the streets of Lahore before setting out, with a Tibetan Lama, on a double quest. This eventually leads to enrollment in the Indian Secret Service and a thrilling climax in the Himalayas."
  • "In all India is no one so alone as I! Rudyard Kipling's is the story of Kimball O'Hara, the orphaned son of an Irish soldier, who spends his childhood as a vagabond in Lahore. With an old Tibetan lama he travels through India, enthralled by the "roaring whirl" of the landscape and cities of richly colored bazaars and immense diversity of people. The novel is a masterpiece of careful organization and skillfully manipulated narrative techniques ..."@en
  • "Kim, the orphan son of an Irish soldier born in 19th century India, lives on the streets of Lahore before setting out with a Tibetan Lama on a quest. He later became a secret agent for Britain."@en
  • "Kim is the son of an Irish soldier born under British Imperial rule in 19th century India. Left in the care of a half-caste woman, Kim is free to explore the back allies and bazaars of Lahore. But when he meets with his father's old regiment he trades his native clothes for European suits and abandons his free wheeling life for the trappings of a secret agent."@en
  • "Kim is the son of an Irish soldier born under British Imperial rule in 19th century India. Left in the care of a half-caste woman, Kim is free to explore the back allies and bazaars of Lahore . But when he meets with his father's old regiment he trades his native clothes for European suits and abandons his free wheeling life for the trappings of a secret agent."
  • "Kim is the son of an Irish soldier born under British Imperial rule in 19th century India. Left in the care of a half-caste woman, Kim is free to explore the back allies and bazaars of Lahore . But when he meets with his father's old regiment he trades his native clothes for European suits and abandons his free wheeling life for the trappings of a secret agent."@en
  • "Kimball O'Hara, an Irish orphan, is raised in Lahore by an Indian woman. When his parentage is discovered he is sent, to his regret, to a British school, but returns to his wanderings with an old Tibetan lama and to heroic adventures."@en

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  • "Adventure stories for children."
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  • "History."
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  • "Fiction"
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  • "Downloadable audio books."
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  • "Ben Cross reads Rudyard Kipling Kim"
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