The Phantom Rickshaw Pdf
The Phantom ‘Rickshaw and Other Tales, also known as The Phantom ‘Rickshaw & other Eerie Tales, is a collection of short stories by Rudyard Kipling, first published in 1888.
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After an affair with a Mrs. Agnes Keith-Wessington in Simla, the narrator, Jack, repudiates her and eventually becomes engaged to Miss Kitty Mannering. Yet Mrs. Wessington continually reappears in Jack’s life, begging him to reconsider, insisting that it was all just a mistake. But Jack wants nothing to do with her and continues to spurn her. Eventually, Mrs. Wessington dies, much to Jack’s relief. However, sometime thereafter he sees her old rickshaw and assumes that someone has bought it. Then, to his astonishment, the rickshaw and the men pulling it pass through a horse, revealing themselves to be phantoms, bearing the departed ghost of Mrs. Wessington. This leads Jack into increasingly erratic behavior which he tries to cover up by concocting increasingly elaborate lies to assuage Kitty’s suspicions. Eventually, a Dr. Heatherlegh takes him in, supposing the visions to be the result of disease or madness. Despite their efforts,
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Name Of the Novel: The Phantom Rickshaw
Author: Rudyard Kipling
Country: United Kingdom
Series: Indian Railway Library
Publisher: A H Wheeler & Co
Publication date: 1888
Media type: Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
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