Traffics and Discoveries
by Rudyard Kipling
Number of pages: 266
Kipling's eternal themes of war, colonialism, and cultural and racial conflicts are all addressed and explored in staggering detail in his masterpiece, Traffics and Discoveries. Powerful characterisation and vivid landscapes and settings combine to produce a series of evocative and memorable war stories.
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