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10 thoughts on “Traffics and Discoveries

  1. says:

    Really enjoyed this collection of short stories.

  2. says:

    Originally published on my blog here in December 2000.Most collections of Rudyard s Kipling s short stories today seem rather uneven some of his writing has dated much than the rest Traffics and Discoveries is not so much uneven as poor few of the stories it contains have much to say There are several patriotic stories from the Boer War period as this was hardly marked by British moral superiority being best remembered today for the British invention of the concentration camp its propaganda now gives an uncomfortable feeling to the British reader.Among Kipling s most successful adult stories were those whose central characters were three privates in the Indian Army, and there are three stories in this collection which attempt to repeat this formula with the Navy It doesn t really work, partly because there is virtually no originality in them, and partly because the writing is diffuse and confusing.Most interesting are the stories which look at some of the most significant new technologies of the time the car, the radio, and electric power This includes what it almost certainly the earliest story to feature a traffic policeman The car is also important in They , which begins with a breakdown Probably the best story in the collection, it is a rather Jamesian tale about the ghosts of children.One other tale deserves comment Initially, The Army of the Dream seems to be Kipling ...

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    Some of the stories, particularly those about the Royal Navy, are now a bit outdated and difficult to understand The Army of a Dream now sounds like a nightmare Much as we can understand Kipling s willingness to improve the armed forces in Britain, his vision of a highly militarised Britain evokes the Japanese society between the two world wars Fortunately, stories like Wireless , Mrs Bathu...

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this bit of a curates egg Some of the stories were wonderful, and hit 5 5 for me Especially Wireless , Mrs Bathurst , and Them all oddly ethereal and supernatural and melancholic Worth reading these alone, even if you download them from Gutenberg or wherever Some of the other stories were just a rollicking good yarns, like The Captive and The Bonds of Discipline They all have message in support of the British Empire ...

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