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We invite you to enjoy this selection of stories and poems by one of literature's most beloved authors. There are titles that you have heard before, but there are also some lesser-known works that will give the listener an insight into this wonderful author's heart and mind.

The short stories include "Wee Willie Winkie", "At the Pit's Mouth", "A Bank Fraud", "An Habitation Enforced" and "A Second Rate Woman", "Danny Deever", Gunga Din", "The New Knighthood", "If", "The Power of the Dog", "Recessional", "Delilah", "My Rival", "The Last of the Light Brigade", "Tommy" and "A Carol" comprise the poetry selections.

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Narrator's voice annoying

narrator's voice sounds like Katharine Hepburn , very annoying and can't hardly understand what she saying while she's reading the story. couldn't make it past the first story.

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Kipling Short Stories a d Poems

A book worth listening to. The narrator was easy to listen to. You'll Wish there were more