The man-eating leopard of Rudraprayag

James Edward Corbett

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Title: The man-eating leopard of Rudraprayag
Publisher: Oxford Univ. Press
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Corbett (Edward James). (Jim Corbett). (1875-1955).
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Book Description Oxford University Press. New Delhi. (1948) 2017 Indian paperback reprint. 8vo paperback (140 x 215mm). Ppvi,164,ii[map]. Illustrations by Raymond Sheppard, redrawn by several other artists, maps. A fine new copy. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 47956

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Corbett (Edward James). (Jim Corbett). (1875-1955).
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Book Description Oxford University Press. New Delhi. (1948) 2002 Indian paperback reprint. 8vo paperback (138 x 215mm). Ppvi,165,ii[map]. Illustrations by Raymond Sheppard, end-paper map. Slight use but solidly intact second-hand paperback. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 34259

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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1949 2nd impression (reset). 8vo (132 x 203mm). Ppvi,166. B/w photographs. Plain library binding - Blue boards, spine titled in gilt. Ex school library, usual faults, rebound without end-paper maps. Working copy. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 41645

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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1954 1st illustrated edition. 8vo (131 x 202mm). Ppvi,191. B/w illustrations by Raymond Sheppard, end-paper maps. Green cloth, spine titled in silver-gilt. Ex library, usual faults but no stamps. Working copy. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 4906

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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1951 3rd impression. 8vo (132 x 200mm). Ppviii,166,i. B/w photographs, end-paper maps. Binding B: Green cloth, spine titled in gilt. Cloth stained and faded, end-papers quite foxed. Good. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 47643

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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1949 2nd impression (reset). 8vo (132 x 203mm). Ppvi,166,i. B/w photographs, end-paper maps. Green cloth, spine titled in gilt. 8s. 6d. Cloth stained and worn, some foxing and browning throughout. Good only. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 47640

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Corbett (Edward James). (Jim Corbett). (1875-1955).
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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1954 1st illustrated edition. 8vo (131 x 202mm). Ppvi,191. B/w illustrations by Raymond Sheppard, end-paper maps. Green cloth, spine titled in silver-gilt. Former owner's name and address taped crudely to half-title, small stain to cloth else good. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 5059

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Book Description Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press. London. (1948) 1956 illustrated edition reprint. 8vo (135 x 203mm). Ppvi,191. B/w illustrations by Raymond Sheppard, end-paper maps. Green cloth, spine titled in silver-gilt. Cloth stained, owner's name, some foxing, mainly confined to end-papers. Good. Lacks dust-wrapper. "The present book gives an absorbing account of [Corbett's] prolonged and hard-won campaign against a single leopard, an animal which outdoes tigers in cunning and ferocity. Roaming over an area of 500 square miles, the Rudraprayag leopard brought terror to the inhabitants of Garhwal for eight years, and year after year all efforts to kill it failed. On and off, Jim Corbett stalked it during the last two years of its career, finally destroying it at the end of an uninterrupted ten week pursuit." "It is an intensely exciting story which gains in effect by the simple and unaffected manner of its telling." (Times Literary Supplement). . Seller Inventory # 47648

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