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Traffics and Discoveries   By: (1865-1936)

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Traffics and Discoveries by Rudyard Kipling presents a remarkable exploration of human experiences in various corners of the world. In this captivating collection of short stories, Kipling weaves together tales that touch the heart, stimulate the mind, and shed light on the complexities of life.

What makes this book truly outstanding is how Kipling effortlessly transports readers to different settings, immersing them in a multitude of cultures and societies. From the bustling streets of India to the vast landscapes of the Arctic, each story paints a vivid picture of its unique backdrop, igniting the imagination and encouraging readers to explore uncharted territories.

Kipling's masterful storytelling is evident throughout the book. His ability to craft vibrant and relatable characters allows readers to connect deeply with the narratives. Whether it's the lovable protagonists or the enigmatic individuals they encounter, Kipling presents a diverse range of human experiences, showcasing both the grandeur and the flaws of humanity.

One of the standout aspects of this collection is the profound emotional depth present in the stories. Kipling delves fearlessly into themes of love, loss, and redemption, exploring the intricacies of human relationships and the consequences of our actions. Each story is imbued with powerful messages that resonate long after the book is closed.

Furthermore, Kipling's writing style exhibits unparalleled elegance and sophistication. His prose flows effortlessly, carrying readers through the pages with grace and beauty. The author's meticulous attention to detail creates a rich and immersive reading experience, inviting readers to immerse themselves fully in the world he has created.

As with any collection, some stories may resonate more strongly with readers than others. However, this only adds to the variety and depth of the book. Each tale is a standalone gem, tackling different themes and capturing the essence of the locations they are set in.

In conclusion, Traffics and Discoveries by Rudyard Kipling is an exceptional collection of short stories that transports readers to different corners of the world. With its captivating storytelling, vivid descriptions, and profound exploration of human experiences, this book is a testament to Kipling's talent and literary brilliance. It is a must-read for anyone seeking to embark on a thought-provoking and enchanting literary journey.

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TRAFFICS AND DISCOVERIES

By Rudyard Kipling

CONTENTS

from the Masjid al Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed(Wahabi)

THE CAPTIVE

Poseidon'S Law

THE BONDS OF DISCIPLINE

The Runners

A SAHIBS' WAR

The Wet Litany

"THEIR LAWFUL OCCASIONS" PART I.

"THEIR LAWFUL OCCASIONS" PART II.

The King's Task

THE COMPREHENSION OF PRIVATE COOPER

The Necessitarian

STEAM TACTICS

Kaspar's Song in "Varda"

"WIRELESS"

Song of the Old Guard

THE ARMY OF A DREAM PART I.

THE ARMY OF A DREAM PART II.

The Return of the Children

"THEY"

From Lyden's "Irenius "

MRS. BATHURST

" Our Fathers Also "

BELOW THE MILL DAM

THE CAPTIVE

FROM THE MASJID AL AQSA OF SAYYID AHMED (WAHABI)

Not with an outcry to Allah nor any complaining He answered his name at the muster and stood to the chaining. When the twin anklets were nipped on the leg bars that held them, He brotherly greeted the armourers stooping to weld them. Ere the sad dust of the marshalled feet of the chain gang swallowed him, Observing him nobly at ease, I alighted and followed him. Thus we had speech by the way, but not touching his sorrow Rather his red Yesterday and his regal To morrow, Wherein he statelily moved to the clink of his chains unregarded, Nowise abashed but contented to drink of the potion awarded... Continue reading book >>




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