Literature online : K

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  • -Voyage autour de mon jardin-  Alphonse KarrVoyage autour de mon jardin, Paris, Nelson, Calman-Levy, circa 1845, p. 192-193.
  • -Alphonse Karr-  Alphonse KarrDictionnaire du pêcheur, Paris, Garnier, 1855, p. 89.
  • -Porticoes and pillars-  John William KayeDoveton ; or, the man of many impulse, Londres, Smith Elder & Co., 1837, p. 149-153.
  • – A confrere- John Harrington KeeneThe practical fisherman: dealing with the natural history, the legendary Lore, Londres, The Bazaar, 1881, p. 106 et 303.
  • -Familiar objects-  Vernon Lyman Kellogg, American insects, Ill. Wellman Mary, New York, H. Holt & Co., 1905, p. 240-241.
  • -This case I lined nicely with silk-  M. A. B. Kelly, Leaves from Nature’s Story Book, vol. II, Boston, Educational Publishing Company, 1893, p. 54.
  • -His own secret device-  Walter Kenyon, «  Manuel Training : Its Geometry and Mensuration », The School Journal, New York & Chicago,  vol. 56, n°7, 12 février 1898, p. 185.
  • -I came to realize an essential truth-  Jim Kershner, Moutain Goats are My Weakness, And Other Tales of Life in the Northwest,  Spokane (WA) New Media Venture, 2004, p. 244.
  • -The larva’s head isn’t detected-  Theodore KestingTrout fishing, New York, Thomas Nelson, 1962, p.14.
  • -Is proverbial-  Ibn Khallikan’s , Biographical Dictionnary, vol. IV, traduction par Mac Guckin de Slane, Paris, Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, 1871, p. 374.
  • There is little doubt as to the winner-  G. Kiddell, Walks and Talks, Londres, Sir Isaac Pitman, 1927, p. 31-32.
  • -Prose Idylls-  Charles Kingsley, Prose Idylls, new and old, Londres, Macmillan & Co., 1870.
  • -They are amusing without being immoral-  Charles Kingsley, The boys’ and girls’ book of science, Londres, Strahan & Co., 1881, p. 189-190 et 222-225.
  • -The Water-Babies (Sambourne)-  Charles Kingsley, The Water-Babies, chapitres II et III, Ill. Linley Sambourne, Londres, Mac Millan & Co., (1863), 1899.
  • -The Water-Babies (Attwell)-  Charles Kingsley, The Water-Babies, chapitres II et III, Ill. Mabel Lucie Attwell, Londres, Raphal Tuck & Sons, circa 1915.
  • What a shame!- Charles Kingsley, « The Water-Babies », Ill. Hugh McNeill & Ron Nielsen, Londres, Once Upon a Time, n° 54, 21 février 1970, p . 2.
  • On the Banks of the Amazon- William Henry Giles Kingston, On the Banks of the Amazon, Londres, Thomas Nelson, 1907.
  • Verses of Rudyard Kipling-  Rudyard KiplingVerses 1889-1896, Londres, Doubleday, 1919.
  • -If you are desirous-  W. Kirby &  W. SpenceAn introduction to Entomology or Elements of  the NaturaL History of Insects, vol. 1, Londres, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, 1818, p. 470-472.
  • -Much smaller than a person’s little finger-  Bert Kitchen, And So They Build, Candlewick Press, 1993.
  • Three hours fifteen minutes and ten hours twelves minutes-  Fred Kitchen & Clifford W. GreatorexWhat the countryman wants to know, Londres, Victor Gollancz, 1948, p. 194-195.
  • Adjust the weight- John Kitto,  A Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature, vol. IINew York, Mark H. Newman, 1846.
  • Horns or trumpets-  Alexander B. Klots & Elsie B. Klots, Living Insects of the World, Londres, Hamish Hamilton, 1959, p. 105.
  • -Incredibly beautiful-  Elsie B. KlotsFreshwater Life, New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1966, p. 253-255.
  • Egypt-  Karl Benjamin Klunzinger, Upper Egypt: Its People and Its Products, New York, Scribner, Armstrong & Company, 1878, p. 242.
  • -Good camouflage-  G.R. KnapPond Life, Exeter, Wheaton, 1962.
  • A white and a blue caddis larva-  Maxwell KnightInstruction to young naturalist, n°1, British, Amphibians, Reptiles and Pond Dwellers, Londres, Museum Press, 1956, p. 122-113.
  • -Debris from the bottom-  Francis KnowlesFreshwater and Salt-water Aquaria, Londres, George G. Harrap & Co., 1963, p. 76-77.
  • Mr. Ezra Pond, the American troubadour- Edmund George Valpy Knox, Parodies regained, Ill. Geo. Morrow,  Londres, Methuen, 1921, p. 89-90.
  • -Consummatory acts-  Arthur KoestlerThe  act of creation, Londres, Hutchinson, 1964, p. 486.
  • -Si l’on veut l’avoir entier-  C. KreszLe pêcheur français : traité de la pêche, à la ligne et aux filets, en eau douce, contenant l’histoire naturelle des poissons, la manière de pêcher les différentes espèces et l’art de fabriquer les filets, Paris, Audot, 1818.
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