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  1. The Jungle Book (Puffin Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2009-03-05
  2. The works of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling, 2010-09-04
  3. Indian Tales by Rudyard Kipling, 2010-03-07
  4. Departmental Ditties & Barrack Room Ballads by Rudyard Kipling, 2006-11-03
  5. Puck of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling, 2010-03-07
  6. A Collection of Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling, 2004-10-07
  7. Collected Stories (Everyman's Library) by Rudyard Kipling, 1994-10-18
  8. [Plain Tales From the Hills.] by Rudyard Kipling, 2010-05-03
  9. Kim (Barnes & Noble Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2003-12-15
  10. Complete Verse by Rudyard Kipling, 1989-01-27
  11. The Man Who Would Be King and Other Stories (Oxford World's Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2008-08-01
  12. The Portable Kipling (Portable Library) by Rudyard Kipling, 1982-03-25
  13. Just So Stories: for Little Children (Oxford World's Classics) by Rudyard Kipling, 2009-03-15
  14. Kipling: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets) by Rudyard Kipling, 2007-10-16

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Kipling was an English writer and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. He is best known for his poems and stories set in India during the period of British imperial rule. Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, India, on 30 December 1865. His father was an artist and teacher. In 1870, Kipling was taken back to England to stay with a foster family in Southsea and then to go to boarding school in Devon. In 1882, he returned to India and worked as a journalist, writing poetry and fiction in his spare time. Books such as 'Plain Tales from the Hills' (1888) gained success in England, and in 1889 Kipling went to live in London. In 1892, Kipling married Caroline Balestier, the sister of an American friend, and the couple moved to Vermont in the United States, where her family lived. Their two daughters were born there and Kipling wrote 'The Jungle Book' (1894). In 1896, a quarrel with his wife's family prompted Kipling to move back to England and he settled with his own family in Sussex. His son John was born in 1897.

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Kipling was born in Bombay, India. His father was John Lockwood Kipling, a teacher at the local Jeejeebhoy School of Art, and his mother was Alice Macdonald. They are said to have met at Rudyard Lake in Staffordshire, England, hence Kipling's name. His mother's sister was married to the artist Edward Burne-Jones, and young Kipling and his sister spent much time with the Burne-Joneses in England from the ages of six to twelve, while his parents remained in India. Kipling was a cousin of the three-times prime minister Stanley Baldwin.
After a spell at boarding school, Kipling returned to India himself, to Lahore (in modern-day Pakistan) where his parents now were, in 1881. He began working as a newspaper editor for a local edition and continued tentative steps into the world of poetry; his first professional sales were in 1883.
His Early Travels
By the mid-1880s he was travelling around the subcontinent as a correspondent for the Allahabad Pioneer. His fiction sales also began to bloom, and he published six short books of short stories in 1888. One short story dating from this time is "The Man Who Would Be a King", later made famous as a slightly differently named movie featuring Sean Connery and Michael Caine.

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MARK TWAIN ON RUDYARD KIPLING. A letter from Mark Twain addressed to a correspondent in Oklahoma is published in one of the Kansas City papers. It relates to Rudyard Kipling and was called out in an interesting manner. It seems that the students of Stillwater College, in Oklahoma, recently declared that Kipling was entitled to be regarded as the greatest living writer of English. Dr. Henry Walker of Oklahoma City disagreed with this verdict in a letter which he wrote to a paper published in Oklahoma City, and gave that proud eminence to Mark Twain instead. He sent Mr. Clemens a copy of his letter and has received the following reply: "Dear Doctor Walker: I thank you ever so much for the impulse which moved you to write the articleand for the article, also, which is mighty good reading. And I am glad you praised Kiplinghe deserves it; he deserves all the praise that is lavished upon him, and more. It is marvelousthe work which that boy has done the more you read the 'Jungle Books' the more wonderful they grow. But Kipling himself does not appreciate them as he ought; he read 'Tom Sawyer' a couple of times when he was coming up out of his illness and said he would rather be author of that book than any that has been published during its lifetime. Now, I could have chosen better, I should have chosen 'Jungle Books.' But I prize his compliment just the same, of course. I thank you gain and heartily. I haven't the language to say it strongly enough."

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Rudyard Kipling's popularity has endured several pronounced swings. As a young man he established himself as one of the most respected poets of his day, and was the youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature at the age of 42 in 1907. His poems and stories remained popular for many years, but as he grew older his reputation steadily declined, largely because of his outspoken imperialism and what was perceived as cultural insensitivity and racism in his writing. However, interest in his work was eventually rekindled and in modern times he has once again secured a place in literary history, though perhaps more for his children's books for than for his poetry or short stories.
Born in Bombay, India in 1865, Kipling was sent to England to be educated when he was six and spent an unhappy childhood at the hands of an abusive caregiver. He was able to leave her house for boarding school when he was 12. In 1881 he returned to India, where his parents still lived, and found work as a newspaper editor and reporter. He soon enjoyed some success in selling his poetry and short stories; By the time he returned to England in 1889, he had built up a name for himself as a writer.
In 1892, Kipling married Caroline Balestier and the couple relocated to Brattleboro, Vermont, where Kipling's wife owned property. He published some of his best work during these years, including the poems "Gunga Din" (1892), "If" (1895) and the children's story

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By Rudyard Kipling The Bronckhorst Divorce-Case In the daytime, when she moved about me, In the night, when she was sleeping at my side, I was wearied, I was wearied of her presence. Day by day and night by night I grew to hate her Would to God that she or I had died! Confessions. There was a man called Bronckhorsta three-cornered, middle-aged man in the Armygray as a badger, and, some people said, with a touch of country-blood in him. That, however, cannot be proved. Mrs. Bronckhorst was not exactly young, though fifteen years younger than her husband. She was a large, pale, quiet woman, with heavy eyelids, over weak eyes, and hair that turned red or yellow as the lights fell on it. Dinner at the Bronckhorst's was an infliction few men cared to undergo. Bronckhorst took a pleasure in saying things that made his wife wince. When their little boy came in at dessert, Bronckhorst used to give him half a glass of wine, and naturally enough, the poor little mite got first riotous, next miserable, and was removed screaming. Bronckhorst asked if that was the way Teddy usually behaved, and whether Mrs. Bronckhorst could not spare some of her time to teach the "little beggar decency." Mrs. Bronckhorst, who loved the boy more than her own life, tried not to cryher spirit seemed to have been broken by her marriage. Lastly, Bronckhorst used to say:"There! That'll do, that'll do. For God's sake try to behave like a rational woman. Go into the drawing-room." Mrs. Bronckhorst would go, trying to carry it all off with a smile; and the guest of the evening would feel angry and uncomfortable.

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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Multimedia 2 items Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), English writer and Nobel laureate, who wrote novels, poems, and short stories, mostly set in India and Burma (now known as Myanmar) during the time of British rule. Kipling was born December 30, 1865, in Bombay (now Mumbai), India, and at age six, was sent to be educated in England. From 1882 to 1889 he edited and wrote short stories for the Civil and Military Gazette of Lahore, India. He then published Departmental Ditties (1886), satirical verse dealing with civil and military barracks life in British colonial India, and a collection of his magazine stories called Plain Tales from the Hills (1887). Kipling's literary reputation was established by six stories of English life in India, published in India between 1888 and 1889, that revealed his profound identification with, and appreciation for, the land and people of India. Thereafter he traveled extensively in Asia and the United States, married Caroline Balestier, an American, in 1892, lived briefly in Vermont, and finally settled in England in 1903. He was a prolific writer; most of his work attained wide popularity. He received the 1907 Nobel Prize in literature, the first English author to be so honored. Kipling died January 18, 1936, in London.

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