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THE WORKS OF SIR RABINDRANATH TAGORE Stray Birds Cloth, izmo, ^ Frontispiece in color and decorations by Willy Pogany. Here is the kernel of the wisdom and insight of the great Hindu seer in the form of short extracts. These sayings are largely taken from his other works, and are the essence of his Eastern message to the Western world. The frontispiece and decorations by Willy Pogany are beautiful in themselves and en- hance the spiritual significance of this extraordinary book. Fruit Gathering Cloth, $1.2; and$ Leather, $/.6o and$2.oo "Tagore shows us a shining pathway up which we can con- fidentially travel to those regions of wisdom and experience which consciously or unconsciously we try to reach." — Boston Tran- script. The Hungry Stones and Other Stories Cloth, $i.3S and $1. JO leather, $i.6o and $2.00 " These short stories furnish a double guarantee of the Hindu Nobel Prize winner's rightful place among the notable literary figures of our time." — New York Globe. "Imagination, charm of style, poetry, and depth of feeling without gloominess, characterize this volume of stories of the Eastern poet." — Boston Transcript. THE MACMILLAN COMPANY Fubliataera 64-66 Fitth Avenue New York