Letters of Travel

Letters of Travel
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Letters of Travel by Rudyard Kipling

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1920

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Letters of Travel
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East is East and West is West, and the twain meet, in the revealing pages of this book. Mr. Kipling has steered clear of the tourist's highways and has come in close and intimate touch with the life of the people he has visited. The journeys are far flung and comprehensive, covering the United States, Canada, Japan, India, and Egypt.

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,' said the man from the West; 'all the hills have Indian names. You left Wantastiquet on your right coming out of town,'

You know how it often happens that a word shuttles in and out of many years, waking all sorts of incongruous associations. I had met Monadnock on paper in a shameless parody of Emerson's style, before ever style or verse had interest for me. But the word stuck because of a rhyme, in which one was

... crowned coeval With Monadnock's crest, And my wings extended Touch the East and West.

Later the same word, pursued on the same principle as that blessed one Mesopotamia, led me to and through Emerson, up to his poem on the peak itself--the wise old giant 'busy with his sky affairs,' who makes us sane and sober and free from little things if we trust him. So Monadnock came to mean everything that was helpful, healing, and full of quiet, and when I saw him half across New Hampshire he did not fail. In that utter stillness a hemlock bough, overweighted with snow, came down a

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