Kipling Rudyard

Kip·ling

 (kĭp′lĭng), (Joseph) Rudyard 1865-1936.
Indian-born British writer whose major works—including the short story "The Man Who Would Be King" (1888); a collection of children's stories and poems, The Jungle Book (1894); and the novel Kim (1901)—are set in British-occupied India. He won the 1907 Nobel Prize for literature.