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Rudyard Kipling
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This is a bibliography of works by Rudyard Kipling, including books, short stories, poems, and collections of his works. These are short story collections except as noted. Listed by year of publication.

This is a bibliography of works by Rudyard Kipling, including books, short stories, poems, and collections of his works. The City of Dreadful Night (1885), short story – later published as The City of the Dreadful Night in Little Blue Book No. 357. Departmental Ditties (1886), poetry. Plain Tales from the Hills (1888). Soldiers Three (1888). The Story of the Gadsbys (1888). In Black and White (1888).

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The Works of Rudyard Kipling. From the Jungle Books over the Just So Stories to Kim, we find a panorama of colourful personalities, all with their own looks, customs, vocabulary, accents and intonations - even if they happen to be animals. 1853264059 (ISBN13: 9781853264054). In his poetry, the same rule applies, but in most cases one poem Reading Kipling’s poetry is like stepping into different worlds with each page you turn. His incredible talent for giving different characters their specific voices and peculiarities is probably most celebrated in his prose.

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John Gross (e., Rudyard Kipling: The Man, his Work and his World, 1972. Harbord, The Reader’s Guide to Rudyard Kipling’s Work, 8 volumes, privately printed; Canterbury, Kent, 1961–72 (1 volume, Verse I, 1969, is devoted to the poetry). Peter Keating, Kipling the Poet, 1994. The Kipling Journal, quarterly from 1927. Ann Parry, The Poetry of Rudyard Kipling: Rousing the Nation, Buckingham, 1992. Thomas Pinney (e., Kipling’s India: Uncollected Sketches 1884–88, 1986. Andrew Rutherford, ‘Some Aspects of Kipling’s Verse’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 1965.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. More books by Rudyard Kipling. His poetry still has the power to move the heart, and to those who have known the rigors and tragedy of war, to draw tears.

Kipling's experience as a reporter formed the backbone for lots of his stories. Later, his collection of 40 short stories called Plain Tales from the Hills gained wide popularity in England. Seven years later, Kipling returned to England in the hope of becoming a famous writer

Kipling's experience as a reporter formed the backbone for lots of his stories. Seven years later, Kipling returned to England in the hope of becoming a famous writer. In London, he met Wolcott Balestier, an American publisher who became one of Kipling's great friends and supporters. Later, Kipling happily married Wolcott’s sister, Carrie. As a writer, Kipling flourished

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Rudyard Kipling, born in Bombay, India on December 20, 1865, is one of Britain's most famous writers, although his work never attracted the critical acclaim that writers like . Eliot, and William Butler Yeats enjoyed. His reputation has suffered in contemporary times due to the sentimentality of his work as well as the themes of imperialism and cultural hegemony.