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At the End of the Passage (1890) [Short Story]
by Rudyard Kipling Rating: Weighted - 7.2 / Average - 7.0 of 10 (1 votes) (Rate!)
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Four British officials in India gather in the unbearable heat of a Sunday evening. The host is rude and temperamental, not having slept for several days, and the doctor, worried about his physical and mental state, decides to keep an eye on him.

First published in the U.S. in The Boston Herald, 20 July 1890, and in Lippincott’s Magazine, August 1890.

Original title: At the End of the Passage
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionHorrorPsychological Horror
FictionGeneral FictionLiterary Fiction/classics

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     3rd Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories, the (1968) [Anthology]
      Authors: Rudyard Kipling , H. P. Lovecraft , Roald Dahl , Henry James , August Derleth , H. Russell Wakefield , Stanley Ellin , David Ely , R. Chetwynd-Hayes , John D. Beresford , E. F. Benson , R. C. Cook
     Strange Tales (2006) [Collection]
      Author: Rudyard Kipling
     Gripping Yarns (2008) [Anthology]
      Authors: Rudyard Kipling , Ambrose Bierce , Arthur Conan Doyle , Mary Shelley , Edith Wharton , Jack London , Joseph Conrad , Algernon Blackwood , Wilkie Collins , Stephen Crane , Robert Louis Stevenson , Frank Norris , Guy de Maupassant , Thomas De Quincey , John Buchan , Anthony Trollope , Saki , F. Marion Crawford , E.W. Hornung , John Charles Dent , Edgar Wallace , Joseph Smith (J.S.) Fletcher , Mary E. Wilkins Freeman , Fitz-James O'Brien , George Washington Cable , Unknown Author , Ferenc Molnár , John Berwick Harwood , Stacy Aumonier , Etienne Barsony , Jorgen Wilhelm Bergsoe , Egerton Castle , Arthur Elck , Bernhard Severin Ingemann , Mór Jókai , Leopold Lewis


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