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❮Reading❯ ➵ They ➭ Author Rudyard Kipling – Pnoy.me I saw the Doctor come out of the cottage followed by a draggle tailed wench who clung to his arm as though he could make treaty for her with Death 'grave;Dat sort'' she wailed 'grave;dey're just as muReading They Author Rudyard Kipling Pnoy.me I saw the Doctor come out of the cottage followed by a draggle tailed wench who clung to his arm as though he could make treaty for her with Death 'g.

Rave;Dat sort'' she wailed 'grave;dey're just as mu I saw the Doctor come out of the cottage followed by a draggle tailed wench who clung to his arm as though he could make treaty for her with Death 'grave;Dat sort'' she wailed 'grave.

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Paperback æ They ePUB Ø Joseph Rudyard Kipling was a journalist short story writer poet and novelistKipling's works of fiction include The Jungle Book Kim and many short stories including The Man Who Would Be King His poems include Mandalay Gunga Din The Gods of the Copybook Headings The White Man's Burden and If— He is regarded as a major innovator in.

10 thoughts on “They

  1. Christy Christy says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIAs of now I'm still pondering the meaning of this short story written in 1904I need a bit of helpor at least a re read beautiful prose and great atmospheric uality I need some time to let the meaning slip in This is the first time I've been this confused about an ending I'm embarrassed to sayYet I'm glad to find others felt this way I will give it a


  2. Althea Ann Althea Ann says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIOf course I had 'The Jungle Book' and 'Rikki Tikki Tavi' as a child but I'd never read this Kipling tale before It unfolds as a man driving aimlessly in his motorcar comes across an estate tenanted by a lonely blind woman a


  3. Bill Kupersmith Bill Kupersmith says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIA marvellous ghost story Didn’t realise motor cars were uite so advanced in 1904 I was rather slow to get it


  4. Lea Lea says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIAlthough beautifully written theses three stories left me a bit confused I liked They the best though mostly the imagery


  5. Shannon Shannon says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBISometimes I feel like there is an obligation to like things by certain writers just because of who they are 'They' Mary Postgate and The Gardener are all good short stories The language is beautiful It's Rudyard Kipling so of course it is I love the mystery of the stories They are dark and have an amazing atmosphere that almost leaps from the page The downside is that for such short stories it's a lot of build up for only a few truly brilliant pages at the end


  6. Mark J Easton Mark J Easton says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIAs a brief anthology of three short stories–They Mary Postgate and The Gardener–this serves as the perfect panacea to the familiar up beat and sometimes


  7. Jeroen van Deelen Jeroen van Deelen says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBI“They” is a collection of three short stories They Mary Postgate and the Gardener written in 1904 by Rudyard Kipling This was the first time I ever read anything by Kipling and I was anxious to start I soon


  8. WheeldonHS WheeldonHS says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBII found the language and imagery in 'They' to be very touching and I found the ending bittersweet I suspect it could feel ambiguous to some but I suspect that those who have dealt with the death of a close loved one might garner from the ending than othersAlso I did like the comparison between being blinded by physiology and blinded by greed that the scene with Turpin implied


  9. Ailish Cleary Ailish Cleary says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBIDidn't like this at all While the prose is wonderful at times I felt the stories fell flat particularly 'The Gardener' 'They' has a very ambiguous ending which I didn't like of a personal thing than anything else Would not recommend


  10. Vincent Grieve Vincent Grieve says:

    Paperback æ They ePUB Ø they mobile, They MOBII read the title story recently and found it to be incredibly moving thought provoking and full of beautiful evocative language that perhaps because of its sincerity does not come across as purple The tale is somewhat elliptical and I must confess that I am not entirely sure about the enigmatic conclusion of the storyI know very little about Kipling's life though I do know that he lost a young daughter I believe she was six when she died and that thi


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