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Puck of Pook's Hill



Author: Kipling, Rudyard

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Format: Microsoft LIT

Content Language: English

eBook ISBN: 9785551051954

Print ISBN: 9785551051954

Size: 177 KB

Publication Date: 2000-08-08

Category:
Juvenile Fiction > Historical > Europe

Compatible Software:
Microsoft ReaderMicrosoft Reader

Territorial Restrictions:
Available Worldwide

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Encryption: Microsoft DRM (Sharing not Allowed)
Max Downloads: 4

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Puck of Pook's Hill and Rewards and Fairies are classic children's books which speak powerfully to adult readers. Una and Dan, performing a scene from A Midsummer Night's Dream one Midsummer's Eve, accidentally summon Puck to a fairy ring near their Sussex home. Through Puck the children are witnesses to tales of English history, subtly called forth by Kipling's brilliant and fluid adventure writing. Kipling's historical imagination extends to a wide variety of stories, many of which blend the ghostly and the familiar, and often anticipate his later writing in their themes: a sense of loss and breakdown, but also healing. First published in magazines between 1906 and 1910, the stories were accompanied by some of Kipling's most famous poems, including 'If-' and 'The Way through the Woods'.


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