Rudyard Kipling


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Noun1.Rudyard Kipling - English author of novels and poetry who was born in India (1865-1936)Rudyard Kipling - English author of novels and poetry who was born in India (1865-1936)
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Has the British soldier, one wonders, yet discovered Rudyard Kipling, or is the Wessex peasant aware of Thomas Hardy?
Being used to the society of young men (they were full of stories of hill-stations in India, and at that time the stories of Rudyard Kipling were in every hand) they began to chaff Philip gaily; and he, pleased with the novelty--the young ladies at Blackstable treated the Vicar's nephew with a certain seriousness--was gay and jolly.
1907: Rudyard Kipling was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, the first time it had been awarded to an English writer.
It was a fanciful fable, written by Rudyard Kipling in his Just So Stories more than a century ago.
How the Elephant Got Her Trunk" is a beautiful retelling of the Rudyard Kipling classic, with delicate, expressive illustrations of the beloved characters of Ellie, Aunt Ostrich, Sir Parrot the Wiser, the friendly snake, and the treacherous crocodile.
I would like to remind Shane, and the rest of the Welsh rugby community, of the poem If by Rudyard Kipling.
Mary Hamer's novel about the lives of Rudyard Kipling and his sister Alice, 'Trix' to her family, is intelligent, vividly imagined and a real page-turner' - Kipling Journal
Byline: From Epitaphs: Common Form by Rudyard Kipling
Rudyard Kipling, Jane Austen, and the Shelleys all grace the pages of this set of imagined interviews, creating credible portraits of the real figures behind the literature that made them famous.
Although it appears that he may have thought so, Robert Henry was not in fact related to Rudyard Kipling, the poet and author.
Answers to quiz in NATE Classroom issue 12: Rudyard Kipling Winner: Jenny Sutch, Parmiter's School, Hertfordshire
Though the works of British novelist Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) have been widely and thoroughly dissected, says Walsh (English and American literature, U.