Limits and Renewals

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Limits and Renewals is a short story collection published by Rudyard Kipling in 1932.[1]

Contents[edit]

The collection contains the following short stories:

  • Dayspring Mishandled
  • The Woman in His Life
  • The Tie
  • The Church that was at Antioch
  • Aunt Ellen
  • Fairy-Kist
  • A Naval Mutiny
  • The Debt
  • Akbar's Bridge
  • The Manner of Men
  • Unprofessional
  • Beauty Spots
  • The Miracle of Saint Jubanus
  • The Tender Achilles
  • Uncovenanted Mercies

Additionally, several poems were published:

  • Gertrude's Prayer
  • Dinah in Heaven
  • Four-Feet
  • The Totem
  • The Disciple
  • The Playmate
  • Naaman's Song
  • The Mother's Son
  • The Coiner
  • At his Execution
  • The Threshold
  • Neighbours
  • The Expert
  • The Curé
  • Song of Seventy Horses
  • Hymn to Physical Pain
  • The Penalty
  • Azrael's Count

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kipling, Rudyard (1932). Limits and Renewals.