Rudyard Kipling and T. S. Eliot on the Portuguese in Gloucester, Massachusetts

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This essay focuses on the representations of the Portuguese fishermen in Gloucester, Massachusetts, by the acclaimed British Writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), during his so-called American phase, in 1892, that is, while he lived there for a spell, as well as the movie adaptation of his novel, Captains Courageous, and T. S. Eliot鈥檚 (1888-1965) recollections of this fishing town and beach resort while he vacationed there, and subsequently immortalized in The Four Quartets (1943).​



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This essay focuses on the representations of the Portuguese fishermen in Gloucester, Massachusetts, by the acclaimed British Writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), during his so-called American phase, in 1892, that is, while he lived there for a spell, as well as the movie adaptation of his novel, Captains Courageous, and T. S. Eliot鈥檚 (1888-1965) recollections of this fishing town and beach resort while he vacationed there, and subsequently immortalized in The Four Quartets (1943).



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