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  1. Rudyard Kipling: Selected Poems (Phoenix Poetry) by Rudyard Kipling, 2004-01
  2. War Stories and Poems (Oxford World's Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2009-07-26
  3. Captains Courageous by Rudyard Kipling, 2010-10-02
  4. Rudyard Kipling's Tales of Horror and Fantasy by Rudyard Kipling, 2008-11-17
  5. Collected Works of Rudyard KiplingVolume 1 by Rudyard Kipling, 2008-08-18
  6. Rikki-tikki-tavi (Candlewick Treasures) by Rudyard Kipling, 1997-10-06
  7. If: A Father's Advice to His Son by Rudyard Kipling, 2007-03-27
  8. The Jungle Book (Unabridged Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2007-11-01
  9. Rudyard Kipling: ( 6 unabridged illustrated books bound as 1) The Jungle Book, The Second Jungle Book, Just so Stories, Puck of Pook's Hill, Stalky & Co., Kim by Rudyard Kipling, 1980
  10. The works of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling, 1899-01-01
  11. Poetry for Young People: Rudyard Kipling
  12. Soldiers Three by Rudyard Kipling, 2009-10-04
  13. Rudyard Kipling : The Complete Verse by Rudyard; Kaye, M. M. Kipling, 2006
  14. Rudyard Kipling : An Illustrated Biography by Martin Fido, 1988-05

21. Poetry Of Rudyard Kipling, Full-text; Rudyard Kipling's Poems, At
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Archive of Classic Poems
Rudyard Kipling
If Verses 1889-1896 Contents (followed by first lines)

Beyond the path of the outmost sun through utter darkness hurled To T. A.
I have made for you a song,

"What are the bugles blowin' for?" said Files-on-Parade.
I went into a public-'ouse to get a pint o' beer, "FUZZY-WUZZY" We've fought with many men acrost the seas, SOLDIER, SOLDIER "Soldier, soldier come from the wars, SCREW-GUNS Smokin' my pipe on the mountings, sniffin' the mornin' cool, CELLS I've a head like a concertina: I've a tongue like a button-stick: GUNGA DIN You may talk o' gin and beer OONTS Wot makes the soldier's 'eart to penk, wot makes 'im to perspire? LOOT If you've ever stole a pheasant-egg be'ind the keeper's back

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24. Rudyard Kipling - Biography And Works
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Search all of Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling, (1865-1936) , English short-story writer, novelist and poet, remembered for his celebration of British imperialism and heroism in India and Burma. Kipling's glorification of the British Empire and racial prejudices, stated in his poem "The White Man's Burden" (1899), has repelled many readers. However he sounded a note of uncharacteristic humility and caution in "The Recessional" (1897). Kipling was the first Englishman to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature (1907). His most popular works include The Jungle Book (1894) and the Just So Stories (1902), both children's classics though they have attracted adult audiences also. Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865, in Bombay, India, where his father was an arts and crafts teacher at the Jeejeebhoy School of Art. His mother was a sister-in-law of the painter Edward Burne-Jones. At the age of six he was taken to England by his parents and left for five years at a foster home at Southsea. His unhappiness at the unkind treatment he received was later expressed in the short story "Baa Baa, Black Sheep", in the novel

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26. BBC - Books - Author Profile For Rudyard Kipling
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... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! surnames.. A to B C to E F to I J to L M to O P to R S to T U to Z Rudyard Kipling Born: Joseph Rudyard Kipling, 30 December 1865, Bombay. Died: 18th January, 1936. He was called Rudyard after Lake Rudyard in Staffordshire where his parents had met. Page 1 Important works Rudyard Kipling is well-known for his children's tales, especially The Jungle Book (1894) and its sequel The Second Jungle Book Just So Stories Puck of Pook's Hall Rewards and Fairies (1910) and his novel of India, Kim (1901). His poem If has been voted one of Britain's best loved poems on National Poetry Day. A best-seller in his time, Kipling was widely read by ordinary people. It is said that he made a similar impact on his age as Dickens had done before him. Description was his strength and early readers felt that he had brought a new world - India - into prose and verse which "seemed to embrace the whole world of India, from the garrison hacks of Simla to the stinking alleys of Lahore; from the jewels and treacheries of maharajahs to the bellowing sergeants on parade grounds..." and he aroused interest in the soldier's life in India. His novel, Kim, has been praised for its understanding of different races and creeds. Page 1 Enid Blyton Frances Hodgson Burnett Thomas Hardy Hari Kunzru ... AA Milne Listen to writers talk about their work in BBC Four's Audio Interviews A set of Kipling stamps are launched

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28. Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)
Research bibliography, books and links to other interdisciplinary entries compiled by Russell McNeil.
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29. Rudyard Kipling Winner Of The 1907 Nobel Prize In Literature
rudyard kipling, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive. rudyard kipling. 1907 Nobel Laureate in Literature Review of White Man's Burden. rudyard kipling Online Books and Biography
1907 Nobel Laureate in Literature
    in consideration of the power of observation, originality of imagination, virility of ideas and remarkable talent for narration which characterize the creations of this world-famous author.
    Dec 30, 1865-1936
    Place of Birth: Bombay, Br. India
    Residence: Great Britain
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30. Humorous Quotes Of Rudyard Kipling - Jest For Pun
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31. Rudyard Kipling - Biography
rudyard kipling – Biography. rudyard kipling (18651936) was born in Bombay, but educated in England at the United Services College, Westward Ho, Bideford.
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was born in Bombay, but educated in England at the United Services College, Westward Ho, Bideford. In 1882 he returned to India, where he worked for Anglo-Indian newspapers. His literary career began with Departmental Ditties (1886), but subsequently he became chiefly known as a writer of short stories. A prolific writer, he achieved fame quickly. Kipling was the poet of the British Empire and its yeoman, the common soldier, whom he glorified in many of his works, in particular Plain Tales from the Hills (1888) and Soldiers Three (1888), collections of short stories with roughly and affectionately drawn soldier portraits. His Barrack Room Ballads (1892) were written for, as much as about, the common soldier. In 1894 appeared his Jungle Book , which became a children's classic all over the world. Kim (1901), the story of Kimball O'Hara and his adventures in the Himalayas, is perhaps his most felicitous work. Other works include The Second Jungle Book The Seven Seas Captains Courageous The Day's Work Stalky and Co.

32. Rudyard Kipling Winner Of The 1907 Nobel Prize In Literature
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1907 Nobel Laureate in Literature
    in consideration of the power of observation, originality of imagination, virility of ideas and remarkable talent for narration which characterize the creations of this world-famous author.
    Dec 30, 1865-1936
    Place of Birth: Bombay, Br. India
    Residence: Great Britain
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33. Rudyard Kipling
Gli stereotipi della nazione nei racconti piani di kipling, un articolo di Elio Di Piazza.

34. Kiel La Baleno...
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How the whale got its throat (Esperanto) IAM, en la maro, Ho mia Plej Amata, estis Baleno, kaj øi manøis fiþojn. Øi manøis la barbofiþon kaj la kardofiþon, kaj la marstelon kaj la sardelon, kaj la plateson kaj la fleson, kaj la blikon kaj ties amikon, kaj la soleon kaj la klupeon, kaj la verdire veran lirla-kirlan angilon. Æiujn fiþojn kiujn øi povis trovi en tuta la maro øi manøis per sia buþo tiel! Øis fine restis en tuta la maro nur unu malgranda fiþo, kaj øi estis eta Ruza Fiþo, kaj øi naøis iom malantaý la dekstra orelo de la Baleno, por esti ekster danøero. Tiam la Baleno ekstaris sur sia vosto kaj diris: "Mi malsatas." Kaj la eta Ruza Fiþo diris per eta ruza voæo: "Nobla kaj larøanima Cetaco, æu vi iam gustumis Homon?" "Ne," diris la Baleno. "Kia øi estas?" "Plaæa," diris la eta Ruza Fiþo. "Plaæa sed tenaca." "Tiam havigu al mi iom da," diris la Baleno, kaj øi þaýmigis la maron per sia vosto. "Po unu sufiæas," diris la Ruza Fiþo. "Se vi naøos al latitudo Kvindek Norde, longitudo Kvardek Ueste (tio estas Magio), vi trovos, sur floso

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36. One Side Of Kipling - William M. Salter
Critical essay on rudyard kipling's imperial ethics by William M. Salter of the Chicago Society for Ethical Culture, 1900.




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The Ethical Record 2 (Oct.-Nov. 1900). T In Kipling these thoughts, these sentiments, these very words appear to have vanished. It is said by those who have read him carefully that the word "freedom" does not occur in his books. Certainly he has no song in praise of liberty and I remember scarcely an instance in which he shows sympathy with an oppressed people or class. The soldier is the man he celebrates and his praises are almost all of war. For the Czar's late peace-proposal, which struck almost all the world as pathetically sincere, he had only a sneer. He appears not to believe in the brotherhood of the nations and looks forward to "the last great fight of all" in which Anglo-Saxon supremacy on the earth shall be triumphantly asserted. Tennyson's great dream of "a Parliament of Man, a Federation of the World" has faded out of his mind. It is not that it is utopian merely; apparently he does not wish it. It is this side of Kipling that I wish to take up. I do not forget that there is another. There is unquestionable charm and an entirely innocent charm in the "Jungle Books." For the lover of good stories he has spread an abundant banquet there are ten or twelve volumes of them. The world of India is made very real to one after reading them, and so is life on the sea. He takes us into strange places and among strange peoples; he recites wild adventures, and he admires pluck and hard work everywhere, and all this is well. But it is as the poet of militant England and militant America, of a militant ethics and a militant religion, that I wish to consider him.

37. Quotez - Kipling, Rudyard
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Kipling, Rudyard
"Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind." "I keep six honest serving men, They taught me all I knew, Their names are What and Why and When, And How and Where and Who." "If I were hanged on the highest hill, Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine! I know whose love would follow me still Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine!" "The heart of a man to the heart of a maid - Light of my tents, be fleet - Morning awaits at the end of the world, And the world is all at our feet." "Most amusements only mean trying to win another person's money." - Plain Tales from the Hills "Oh, Adam was a gardener, and God who made him sees
That half a proper gardener's work is done upon his knees."
- The Glory of the Garden Quotez - a selection of quotations
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38. Poems - Fox-hunting
Poem by rudyard kipling.
Fox-hunting The fox meditates
WHEN Samson set my brush afire
To spoil the Timnite's barley,
I made my point for Leicestershire
And left Philistia early.
Through Gath and Rankesborough Gorse I fled,
And took the Coplow Road, sir !
And was a gentleman in Red
When all the Quorn wore woad, sir ! When Rome lay massed on Hadrian's Wall,
And nothing much was doing,
Her bored Centurions heard my call 0' nights when I went wooing. They raised a pack - they ran it well (For I was there to run 'em) From Aesica to Carter Fell, And down North Tyne to Hunnum. When William landed hot for blood, And Harold's hosts were smitten, I lay at earth in Battle Wood While Domesday Book was written. Whatever harm he did to man, I owe him pure affection; For in his righteous reign began The first of Game Protection. When Charles, my namesake, lost his mask, And Oliver dropped his'n, I found those Northern Squires a task, To keep 'em out of prison. In boots as big as milking-pails, With holsters on the pommel, They chevied me across the Dales Instead of fighting Cromwell.

39. Tomlinson, By Rudyard Kipling
TOMLINSON. by. rudyard kipling. 1891. Now Tomlinson gave up the ghost at his house in Berkeley Square, And a Spirit came to his bedside
Rudyard Kipling
Now Tomlinson gave up the ghost at his house in Berkeley Square,
And a Spirit came to his bedside and gripped him by the hair—
A Spirit gripped him by the hair and carried him far away,
Till he heard as the roar of a rain-fed ford the roar of the Milky Way:
Till he heard the roar of the Milky Way die down and drone and cease,
And they came to the Gate within the Wall where Peter holds the keys.
"Stand up, stand up now, Tomlinson, and answer loud and high
"The good that ye did for the sake of men or ever ye came to die—
"The good that ye did for the sake of men on the little Earth so lone!"
And the naked soul of Tomlinson grew white as the rain-washed bone.
"O I have a friend on Earth," he said, "that was my priest and guide, "And well would he answer all for me if he were at my side." —"For that ye strove in neighbour-love it shall be written fair, "But now ye wait at Heaven's Gate and not in Berkeley Square: "Though we called your friend from his bed this night, he could not speak for you, "For the race is run by one and one and never by two and two."

Personal archive of poems from poets including Wilfred Owen, rudyard kipling and Emily Dickenson. Includes pictures and artwork.
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