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Definitions

  1. Rudyard Kipling is the author of The Jungle Book and other British-flavored tales of the Indian subcontinent.
  2. Rudyard Kipling is a favorite poet and author of mine.
  3. Rudyard Kipling is a Victorian poet, as Thomas Hardy is a Victorian novelist.
  4. Rudyard Kipling is a master at this telling. (Web site)
  5. Rudyard Kipling, the poet of the empire triumphant, captured the quality of the life of the soldiers of British expansion. (Web site)

England

  1. In 1902, Rudyard Kipling bought Batemans, a house built in 1634 and located in rural Burwash, East Sussex, England. (Web site)

Subject

  1. The focus here is on the subject of empire and as the subtitle says it is all about: "The Imperial Life of Rudyard Kipling".

Novel

  1. Captains Courageous is a 1937 film, based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)
  2. At the urging of his friend Rudyard Kipling, Seton published Two Little Savages (1903) as a novel, rather than a dictionary of Woodcraft. (Web site)

Time

  1. The Imperial Life of Rudyard Kipling ' is a rewarding reading experience about a man mostly overlooked today, but of towering importance in his time.

World

  1. Rudyard Kipling: the man, his work and his world.

Prose

  1. For that matter, from the beginning I have thought that the genius of Rudyard Kipling had more authentic expression in poetry than in prose.

Prize

  1. The youngest was Rudyard Kipling, who was 42 when he won the Prize in 1907.

Nobel Prize

  1. Camus was the second youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature (after Rudyard Kipling) when he received the award in 1957.

Din

  1. In 1939's Gunga Din, it is Montagu Love who reads the final stanza of Rudyard Kipling 's original poem over the body of the slain Din. (Web site)

Name

  1. In some programs, adult Cub Scout leaders may be referred to by the name of an animal character from The Jungle Book series, by Rudyard Kipling.

Biographer

  1. David Gilmour, biographer of both Rudyard Kipling and the grandest of British Viceroys, Lord Curzon, takes a more nuanced view.

Poem

  1. Danegeld is the subject of a poem by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)
  2. Sign in Ishbel R. Nov 17, 2008, 6:10am EST A poem that many Scouts and Cubs in the UK learn by heart is 'If' by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)

Stories

  1. It was inspired by the stories about the feral child Mowgli from the book of the same name by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)
  2. Twenty-one tales of the inanimate coming to life, including stories by Rudyard Kipling, Joyce Carol Oates, and Edgar Allan Poe.

Works

  1. Works of Rudyard Kipling See List of the works of Rudyard Kipling for a complete list. (Web site)
  2. Works by Rudyard Kipling, at Google Books, scanned books viewable online or PDF download.
  3. He garnered a love for reading at a young age with an interest in works by the likes of Mark Twain, Rudyard Kipling, and Edgar Allan Poe.

Searchable Collection

  1. Biography of Rudyard Kipling and a searchable collection of works.

India

  1. Rudyard Kipling wrote novels, poems and short stories -- mostly set in India and Burma (now known as Myanmar). (Web site)
  2. On the other hand, Rudyard Kipling was born in India, then under the British rule. (Web site)
  3. Burgess was working in the tradition established by Rudyard Kipling for India and, for Southeast Asia in general, Joseph Conrad and W. Somerset Maugham.

Cub Scouting

  1. Baden-Powell asked his friend Rudyard Kipling for the use of his The Jungle Book history and universe as a motivational frame in cub scouting. (Web site)

Jungle Book

  1. The head of a Cub Pack is the Pack Scouter (PS), often nicknamed Akela after the head wolf in The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.
  2. These are names of characters in the Jungle Book, a book written by Rudyard Kipling, long ago. (Web site)

Rudyard Kipling

  1. Cub Scouting uses terms and phrases taken from stories in The Jungle Book, by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)
  2. In 1914, Baden-Powell began experimenting with a program for younger boys that was based on Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book.
  3. The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Jungle Book
  2. Cub Scouting
  3. Bombay
  4. Literature > Poetry > Poets > Edgar Allan Poe
  5. Younger Boys
  6. Books about "Rudyard Kipling" in Amazon.com

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