The Elusive Rudyard Kipling

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dc.creator Kennedy, Paul 2007-11-29T15:34:34Z 2007-11-29T15:34:34Z 2007-04-13
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dc.description.abstract Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was in his time the most famous and best-selling author in the English-speaking world (forget Thomas Hardy, Henry James, Virginia Woolf, E.M.Forster, and all that). He wrote political poems ("If," "Recessional," "Take Up the White Man's Burden"), some of the best-known children's works of all time (The Jungle Book, The Just So Stories, Stalky and Co., Captain's Courageous), and the most remarkable and unsettling novels, poems and essays on the imperial mission (Kim, Barrack-Room Ballads, Plain Tales from the Hills). en
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dc.relation.ispartofseries Mershon Center for International Security Studies. Director's Speaker Series en
dc.subject English literature en
dc.subject colonialism en
dc.subject India en
dc.subject British raj en
dc.subject imperialism en
dc.title The Elusive Rudyard Kipling en
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