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Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30 1865 in Bombay India He was sent to England to go to school and returned to India in 1882 He worked as a journalist in Lahore for the Civil and Military Gazette He also worked on Pioneer in Allahabad later wwwkiplingorg Kipling returned to England in 1889 and met his wife Carrie Balestier They moved to the United States in the mid-1890s where he wrote many of his poems They returned to England in 1896 wwwpoetryloverspagecom Kipling began to be regarded as the Peoples Laureate but he refused most of the honors offered to him including knighthood Poet Laureateship and the Order of Merit kiplingorg He did accept however the 1907 Nobel prize for literature poetryloverspageRudyard Kipling wrote many short stories and poems One that is interesting is A Wayside Comedy Kiplings short story A Wayside Comedy has several modernistic aspects It has no definitive ending a straightforward sequential plot allusion and complex symbolismA Wayside Comedy has no definite ending because no one dies gets married or is exiled Life in Kashima goes on as it normally would if the fact that Kurrell was sleeping with both Mrs Boulte and Mrs Vansuythen had not come out Only Major Vansuythen did not know and he was never told for his own protection Peoples feeling for each other changed when this secret came out but since they were the only English in the town they still had tea together went hunting together and sat together Mr Boulte even stated to Kurrell that We must let the old life go on Jarrell 15A Wayside Comedy has a straightforward sequential plot in that the story progresses logically from one point to the next The story begins with the arrival of the Vansuythens and their welcome to Kashima Then it moves on to the Rains that come to India and what happens during those rains Mrs Boulte begins to suspect that Kurrell who
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