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Never the Twain Shall Meet () Bob Gilbert as Tolongo. A cowboy Betty met on a dude range over the summer is stopping in Springfield on his way to Chicago. "Utah" is everything Betty dreamed about, but can her. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. With Anita Stewart, Bert Lytell, Huntley Gordon, Justine Johnstone.
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Some vacations are two weeks long. The Colonel's son reiterates the demand on behalf of his father, at which point the mare returns to him on her own accord. Kamal respects the mare's choice of owner "'We be two strong men The son offers a pistol to Kamal as a return gift between friends, which Kamal accepts.
Kamal then commands his only son to protect the Colonel's son on his return journey and to serve valiantly under him for the British Rajeven if he has to fight against Kamal "for the peace of the border-line".
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Kamal foretells his own death by hanging, and the promotion of his son to a high rank in the cavalry. The Colonel's son and Kamal's son swear blood brotherhood. The two young men ride back to the British fort, where Kamal's son is greeted with hostility by the guards. The Colonel's son admonishes them that his companion is now no longer a border thief, but a fellow soldier.
Critical analysis[ edit ] Its first line is often quoted, sometimes to ascribe racism to Kipling, particularly in regard to the British Empire. The full refrain, with which the poem opens and closes, includes a contradiction of the opening line. This may be read as saying that 'it is indisputable that geographic points of the compass will never meet in this life, but that when two strong men [or equals] meet, the accidents of birth, whether of nationality, race, or family, do not matter at all—the mutual respect such individuals have, each for the character, prowess, and integrity of the other, are their only criteria for judging and accepting one another.
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Any differences in ethnicity between such individuals are never even considered. The poem is written in the style of a border ballad. It is printed as rhyming heptameterstwo of which are equivalent to a ballad stanza ; some texts print these in quatrains groups of four lines.