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Excursion or Redemption?

Summary: Based on the book Kim by Rudyard Kipling. The essay evaluates the themes, motifs and significant events in the book.
Excursion or Redemption"

" `If it is our fate to find those things we shall find them - thou, thy River; and I, my Bull, and the strong Pillars and some other matters that I forget.' `It is not pillars but a Wheel from which I would be free,' said the Lama."

Kim is known to be one of Rudyard Kipling's most enticing and picturesque novels. It focuses on Kim, an orphan, and his journey with a Tibetan Lama who is on a quest to attain purity. The book throws light on Kipling's beliefs and ideals as well as the political and social condition prevailing in India during that time. The main themes that we come across are unity, older to modern transition, blend of the east and west and freedom from the materialistic world.

Described as a boy with a lack of education, incoherent native tongue...

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