Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, .
Hardcover. Good. 6" x 4", 36 pp, bound in gray cloth with gilt spine lettering. Some old splash staining to boards, pencil scribbling on endpapers. Binding tight, text clean. Little Kadore is set in Morocco and includes the following commentary: "Morocco is governed by people who are called Moors; they are not Christians, but believers in Mahomet, whom they consider a great prophet; they do not worship him, but they firmly believe that a great many years ago, the Creator of heaven and of this world, send a holy angel down to earth, and that he told Mahomet to write a book. This book they call the Koran, and they think that the angel told Mahomet to write it, and also what words to put in it. But almost any person, who is used to reading the Bible, can very easily see that the Koran is only an imitation of it; and that Mahomet, instead of having been instructed by a good angel to write his book, was tempted by a wicked spirit to tell a very great falsehood; and for this reason, we call him an imposter...."