Kipling Abroad

Kipling Abroad

Traffics and Discoveries From Burma to Brazil

eBook - 2010
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Rudyard Kipling is the doyen of travel writers. His genius for evoking the sights, sounds and atmosphere of a place was crystallised in his fiction, in which he introduced Victorian readers to the drama and exoticism of the East. The teaming, dusty Grand Trunk Road springs to life off the pages of Kim, while the misty heights of imperial Simla provide an identifiable and almost tangible physical background to Plain Tales from the Hills. Kipling's poetry, journalism and letters also encapsulated the spirit of the places he visited, from Egypt, India and Brazil to the United States and Southern.
Publisher: London ; I.B. Tauris ; 2010
ISBN: 9781441676429
9780857731166
9780857714091
1441676422
0857731165
0857714090
9781848850729
1848850727
Characteristics: 1 online resource (254 pages) : maps
Additional Contributors: Lycett, Andrew

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