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Julian Thompson on Rudyard Kipling

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Dr Julian Thompson considers a writer described by Kingsley Amis as 'our greatest writer of short stories'.

In this discussion of Rudyard Kipling, Julian acknowledges Kipling's lack popularity with readers, but argues for the greatness of short stories from across his ouvre and positions them as precursors to modernism.