Kipling Abroad : Traffics and Discoveries from Burma to Brazil
by Rudyard Kipling, Andrew Lycett
Editor: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.
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Rudyard Kipling is the dean of travel writersHis genius of praise for the sites, sounds and atmosphere of a place was crystallized in his fiction, which introduced Victorian readers to the drama and exoticism of the Orient.Grand Trunk Road regrouping and dusty and dusty Grand Trunk Road comes to life out of Kim’s pages, while the foggy heights of Imperial Simla provide an identifiable and almost palpable physical background to simple tales of the hills.Kipling’s poetry, journalism and letters also summarizes the spirit of the places he visits, from Egypt, India and Brazil to the United States and Africa.He South was fascinated by the potential of the trip, the people met and practical aspects and experiences had been gained.At a time when tourism was in its infancy, it reflected prophetically on the effects of mass transportation and the “globetrotters” that flocked to India.With his hard-working, universal spirit, he was the first person to understand the relationship between race and globalization.Kipling Abroad “brings together some of the most descriptive and revealing of his journey, which has never been published in a single volume.Presented and edited by Andrew Lycett, author of an acclaimed biography of Kipling, he captures the pure range, curiosity and talent of one of our best close writers, revealing as much about Kipling himself as he does on the scene, he has visited
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