Man-eaters of Kumaon

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Bantam Books, 1966 - Hunting - 201 pages
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Unique in its storytelling. - Goodreads
Very vivd imagery and generates good tension. - Goodreads
His portrayal of the natives is respectful and honest. - Goodreads
storytelling comes very naturally to Jim Corbett. - Goodreads
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A very good book for people interested in Shikar during olden days in India.
Dr Satpal Singh Jabbal

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Man-Eaters of India by Jim Corbett (Oxford University Press 1957) (799.277+/-). One of “the Great White Hunters” tells tales of Colonial British times. Jim Corbett is classed with Frank Buck (Bring ... Read full review

Contents

ROBIN
27
THE BACHELOR OF POWALGARH
87
THE MOHAN MANEATER
100
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