Additional Resources for Mrs. Bathurst by Rudyard Kipling

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Bodelson, C. A. "The Hardest of All the Stories: 'Mrs. Bathurst,"' in Aspects of Kipling's Art, Barnes and Noble, 1964, pp. 124-54.

Bodelson examines the cinematic footage in "Mrs. Bathurst" as a key element in the story, particularly with regard to how it advances the theme of haunting guilt. He also discusses the relationship between the characters Mrs. Bathurst and Vickery.

Brock, P. W. "'Mrs. Bathurst': A Final Summing Up," in The Kipling Journal, Vol. 31, September, 1964, pp. 6-10.

Comments on the chronology, symbolism, and action of the story.

Carrington, Charles. Rudyard Kipling: His Life and Work, Macmillan and Co., 1955, 549 p.

Explores connections between Kipling's life and his works.

McClure, John A. Kipling and Conrad: The Colonial Fiction, Harvard University Press, 1981, 182 p.

Offers an in-depth look at colonial themes in Kipling's stories written in the 1880s and 1890s.

Seymour-Smith, Martin. "Mrs. Bathurst," in Rudyard Kipling , Queen Anne...

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