Thu, 6 September 2012
Puck of Pook's Hill and Rewards and Fairies, two books of short stories all about England's history, wrapped around Rudyard Kipling's village of Burwash in Sussex, and told in the master's signature style of multilevels, elliptical storytelling, and complex allusions. And what fine and fascinating stories they are, where the village is almost more important than the people. For readers who like their county history.
Direct download: Rudyard_Kiplings_Sussex_stories_-_Five_English_Country_Villages.mp3
Category:the life of the place -- posted at: 11:30 PM