Baying dogs disturb his sleep.
Since this is a late 19th century story I had a hard time understanding it. Jun 14, berthamason rated it really liked it Intriguing Gothic horror tale about the English unconscious fear of being "assimilated" by the local culture and losing their social status as colonisers.
Jan 18, James rated it really liked it This is a truly wonderful and descriptive book, very vivid and in part scary. Reluctantly making a film reference, it is dark and images from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
As time goes on, you begin to see Kipling in a different light. Books like this show his true worth. Feb 17, Benjamin Stahl rated it really liked it This was excellent up to a point.
I loved the premise of this inexperienced Englishman falling into the inescapable pit of savage humans. After setting up a nightmarish situation where the protagonist can only find escape through a long and toilsome means, something else comes out of nowhere, re This was excellent up to a point.
After setting up a nightmarish situation where the protagonist can only find escape through a long and toilsome means, something else comes out of nowhere, rending every complication meaningless.The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes has 43 ratings and 5 reviews.
The Fangirling Booknerd said: I have to say this was a very strange story that tells th /5. Full text of "The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on Hbrary shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to .
THE STRANGE RIDE OF MORROWBIE JUKES Alive or dead—there is no other way. —Native Proverb. There is, as the conjurers say, no deception about this tale.
Morrowbie Jukes, out on a moonlight ride, falls with his horse down an unexpectedly steep slope of sand, into a crater. He finds himself in a sort of village of the living dead, where people who appear to have died of - for instance cholera - but revived when their bodies were about to be burned, are imprisoned.
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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. The modest object of this paper is to analyze Kipling’s short story “The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes”() from this perspective.
The story “The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes”, which belongs to Kipling’s early phase of Indian stories first appeared in Quartette, the Christmas Annual of the Civil and Military Gazette in