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Rudyard Kipling's Kim (Kimball O'Hara) is the story of 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" and kaleidoscope of the country's landscape and its cities of richly coloured bazaars and immense diversity of people.

Bibliomania: Kim; Full Text online in 15 Chapters Summary: Kim is Rudyard Kipling’s most enduringly successful serious novel. It was published in 1901 and is the story of the orphaned son of a soldier in the Irish regiment. His full name is Kimball O’Hara... The novel takes place in India, then a British colony, and Kim spends his childhood as a waif in Lahore where he meets a Tibetan ‘lama’ or holy man who is on a quest to find a mystical river.... The novel is notable for its detailed portrait of Indian life, its religions and some of the humbler aspects of a land with a great population and associated problems... a highly successful study of life in India and of a boy who combines both Oriental and Irish and therefore East and West in his nature.

Kim by Rudyard Kipling ...Blackstone Audiobook Kipling creates a harmonious picture of India that unites the secular and the spiritual, the life of action and that of contemplation. It is 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. Classic Literature Family Friendly!

Kim: Kimball Ohara By: Kipling, Rudyard; Editor: Royle, Trevor; Paperback; Language: English; Publication Date: July 1994; Publisher: Tuttle Publishing; ISBN: 046087408X (

Essay on Kimball O'Hara entitled ‘Kipling's Burden: Representing Colonial Authority and Constructing the "Other" through Kimball O'Hara and Babu Hurree Chander in Kim’ by Nandi Bhatia.

Kim by Rudyard Kipling From ‘The Jolly Roger’ Flagship of The WWW Renaissance: delivering contemporary poetry and prose penned in the context of the classics.

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) born in Bombay, he came "to be regarded as the People's Laureate and the poet of Empire, and he produced some of his most memorable poems and stories ... including Kim, Stalky & Co., and Just So Stories".

Lady Bridget O'Hara ‘Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land: A Story of Australian Life’ By Rosa Praed (1915); Books I, II and III. This book has been put on-line as part of the Build-a-Book Initiative at the Celebration of Women Writers (Editor: Mary Mark Ockerbloom).

From the Point of View of Lady Bridget O'Hara Book II (Chapters 1 - 16) of ‘Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land: A Story of Australian Life’ By Rosa Praed (1915).

‘Dawn O'Hara, The Girl Who Laughed’ New York : Frederick A. Stokes Co., [1911] was written by Edna Ferber from Wisconsin, based upon her journalistic experience in Milwaukee.

‘O'Hara seems to be in a bad way’ O'Hara character in ‘A Little Cloud’, Chapter of Dubliners by James Joyce.

Matador don Juan O'Hara y Joselito El Gallo en el Ulisses John O'Hara era irlandés y debió nacer a mediados de la década de los cuarenta del siglo XIX, pues los que lo vieron torear en España afirmaban que para entonces había superado los treinta años. En 1873 pertenecía al cuerpo de oficiales del 95º Regiment on Foot, Green Jackets, de guarnición en Cork. El general Smith-Dorrien, que lo conoció en esta época, dice que su situación económica era mala y que esperando mejorarla pidió cambio de destino y fue trasladado a Gibraltar. En los Army List, registros de personal del ejército británico, conservados en la Garrison Library de Gibraltar aparece un subteniente John O'Hara destinado en el segundo batallón del 23º Regimiento, Royal Welch Fusiliers, entre octubre de 1874 y principios de 1876 que sin duda se trata de nuestro torero. Habría cometido pues Joyce un error, siendo tan meticuloso en los detalles, al adscribirlo al regimiento escocés de los Camerons, aunque sin duda el error tiene una explicación en la que no vamos a detenernos por exceder el motivo de este artículo. El caso es que a comienzos de 1876 O'Hara abandona la carrera militar para convertirse en matador de toros ...

Personality of 'Neely O'Hara' in "Valley Of The Dolls" the destroying and self destructive, self-centered and eruptive singer which Patty Duke portrays with such power and verisimilitude.

Jacqueline Susann's ‘Valley of the Dolls’ (1967) Release date (USA) : 15/DEC/1967 Tag lines:In the Valley of the Dolls it’s instant turn on... dolls to put you to sleep at night... kick you awake in the morning... make life seem great, - instant love, instant excitement, ultimate hell! The nation’s most startling and hotly discussed best seller now on the screen with every shock and sensation intact! Cast ... Patty Duke .... Neely O'Hara.

Scarlett Intelligence U.S. Army Sergeant Shana M. O'Hara (‘Scarlett’) Character Biography Page. G.I. Joe's ‘Scarlett’was born in Atlanta, Georgia, where her father and three older brothers were martial arts instructors. She was one of the original members of the G.I. Joe team.

Scarlett: U.S. Army sergeant Shana M. O'Hara When the G.I.Joe team was founded, Scarlett entered as one of the original members.

Owen 'Cobb' O'Hara ‘O'Hara's reflections on Irish Hill’ is a story posted Monday, March 20, 2000, in: Sun Online ~A service of The Pittsburg (KS) Morning Sun.

Character ‘Ruth O'Hara’ ist die Ehefrau und Gefährtin von Mark Brandis. Sie ist eine sehr idealistische, charakterfeste Frau, die ihm stets moralisch beigestanden hat, ohne ihre Eigenständigkeit aufzugeben. Sie ist PR-Chefin der VEGA ...Autor der Reihe MARK BRANDIS war der hier unter Pseudonym arbeitende Schriftsteller, Hörspielautor und Journalist Nikolai von Michalewsky (1931-2000).