Essay on Rudyard Kipling

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  • Rudyard Kipling Research Paper

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    Rudyard Kipling My paper is on Rudyard Kipling. Rudyard Kipling was born in India on December 30, 1865. His father was named John Lockhart Kipling, who was a teacher at a local School of Art and his mother was Alice MacDonald. His parents had two children Rudyard and a sister. Rudyard was named after the Rudyard Lake because his parents were moved by the beauty of the lake. At six years old, he and his sister went to England for training by a distant relative whose name was Mrs.. Holloway.. Rudyard

  • Criticism Of Rudyard Kipling

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    1. Introduction Deemed nowadays a classical British writer, Rudyard Kipling enjoyed his peak of popularity during the 1890s (Williams 266). In the course of his prolific literary career, lasting from the 1890s to the 1930s (Hunter 21), Kipling wrote several novels, numerous poems and more than 250 short stories (Malcolm 114). Beside and to some extent due to his experiments with different literary genres, he covered diverse topics, devising a variety of characters. Not unexpectedly, many of his works

  • Rudyard Kipling 's The Jungle Book

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    jingoist ("Kipling, Rudyard"Nobel Prize Winners). Rudyard Kipling was a European man born in Bombay India in 1865. Kipling was born during an age of British Imperialism in India (McNamara and "Kipling, Rudyard" Hutchinson Encyclopedia). He himself was rumored to be an imperialist for Britain. Throughout his lifetime Kipling lived in Britain, India, and the United States of America ("Kipling, Rudyard" World Authors). He used his many experiences from these areas to shape his writings. Kipling was also

  • Rudyyard Kipling : The Life Of Rudyard Kippling

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    Rudyard Kipling was an incredible, Complex and interesting gentleman. He was, and still is the subject of rigorous contradiction. Some say he was an idealist and literary genius, others argue vehemently that he was a bigoted, Racist, over opinionated sell-out. I’m not here to argue either side. I’m simply here to convince you from where Kippling drew inspiration. Let us begin this fascinating journey with an excerpt or two by Kippling himself: “Now this is the Law of the Jungle -- as old and as

  • Joseph Rudyard Kipling and his Works

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    Rudyard Kipling “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” –Rudyard Kipling. Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 at Bombay, India. Kipling spent the first six years of his idyllic life in India until his family moved back to England in 1871. After six months of living in England his parents abandoned him and his three year old sister, leaving them with the Holloway family, which in turn mistreated him physically and psychologically, this left him with

  • Analysis Of 'If' By Rudyard Kipling

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    I chose poetry because it usually carries many rhetorical elements and is open to more interpretation. Kipling is successful in achieving this through his poetry because of his experiences and audience. The main audience he is writing to would be his son, but once he circulated his work physically and then eventually onto the Internet, the poem applied to many different people. I chose Kipling’s piece in particular because of the emotional bond he distinguished with his audience along with the many

  • Rudyard Kipling 's `` If `` And Not Make Dreams Your Master ``

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    In his poem “If”, Rudyard Kipling explains all the things that one must endure in order to become a gentleman. Kipling describes what would happen “if you can dream--and not make dreams your master” that one would be a Man. The qualities that Kipling describes show a stoic person, but not someone who is flashy. The person describes can take the good with the bad--they “can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat those two impostors just the same” while “keep[ing] their head [about them].” A Man

  • The Power Of The Dog Rudyard Kipling

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    poem, in particular by Rudyard Kipling titled “The Power of the Dog” (Rudyard Kipling)explains a sentiment that most pet owners would agree with. Kipling explains his attitude of being able to have owned a dog in his life and the effect that having a addition to your life in the form of a dog. Kipling’s strong sense of emotion and passion truly drives his need of choosing to write this piece. The reader follows through with a strong sense of sympathy for the hurt that Kipling chose to express in this

  • Comparison Of Rudyard Kipling

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    Rudyard Kipling was born to Alice MacDonald and John Lockwood Kipling on December 30, 1865 in Bombay, India. Most of his education took place in England where his parents were from. Before getting into writing his own literature, Kipling was a sub-editor at the CMG, The Civl and Military Gazette. He worked for several years before beginning to write. Farther into his career as a writer and poet, Kipling wrote the poem “The White Man’s Burden.” In this poem, he attempts to teach readers that you should

  • The Differences Of Rikk-Tikki-Tavi By Rudyard Kipling

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    their goals and dreams. Rikki-Tikki wanted to protect his family from harm while Katniss and Farah wanted to survive for their family and themselves; nevertheless, all three characters shared the same capability. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is written by Rudyard Kipling. The story is about a mongoose named Rikki-Tikki and his bravery and courage to