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Modernistic Aspects In Kiplings A Wayside Comedy
1,010 wordsRudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865, in Bombay, India. He was sent to England to go to school and returned to India in 1882. He worked as a journalist in Lahore for the Civil and Military Gazette. He also worked on Pioneer in Allahabad later (web). Kipling returned to England in 1889 and met his wife, Carrie Balestier. They moved to the United States in the mid- 1890 s where he wrote many of his poems. They returned to England in 1896 (web). Kipling began to be regarded as? the People?...
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White Mans Burden Rudyard Kipling
1,065 wordsIn Rudyard Kiplings middle period of writing, he showed his views on ones self, ones country, and ones race. To introduce Rudyard Kipling, he was born on December 30, 1865, in Bombay, India (though was sent home to England to become educated at the tender age of eight. ) As the years passed, he grew to become an exceptional writer and his writings were mostly pointed to patriotic issues ("Kipling, (Joseph) Rudyard, 1. ) Concerning these issues of patriotism is where we come into contact with his...
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T S Elliot Rudyard Kipling
1,032 wordsRudyard Kipling, was born in the city of Bombay, India on December 30, 1865. He made a significant contribution to English Literature in various areas including poetry, short stories, and novels. Rudyard Kipling came from an affluent family with his father working at the Bombay School of Art, and his mother coming from a family of very accomplished women. Most of his childhood was spent in India where he was taken care of by a baby-sitter, that instilled in him Indian culture and traditions (Bio...
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Victorian Age Social Problems
1,171 wordsThe Victorian era, from the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837 until her death in 1901, was an era of several unsettling social developments that forced writers more than ever before to take positions on the immediate issues animating the rest of society. Thus, although romantic forms of expression in poetry and prose continued to dominate English literature throughout much of the century, the attention of many writers was directed, sometimes passionately, to such issues as the growth of Engli...
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Imperialism Representation In Conrad And Kipling
1,526 wordsImperialism sprung from an altruistic and unselfish aim to take up the white mans burden and wean [the] ignorant millions from their horrid ways. These two citations are, of course, from Kiplings White Mans Burden and Conrad's Heart of Darkness, respectively, and they splendidly encompass what British and European imperialism was about at least seen from the late-nineteenth century point of view. This essay seeks to explore the comparisons and contrasts between Conrad's and Kiplings view of impe...
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Rudyard Kipling And Poetry
1,814 words"Kipling strikes me as personally the most complete man of genius that I have ever known" (Ricketts 270). Such was Henry James' opinion regarding Rudyard Kipling. Surely a man held in such esteem would be capable of becoming an accomplished poet. However, Kipling became a very disputed author. He produced works that caught the eye of many critics, receiving both positive and negative attention particularly in the genre of poetry. Because of the content, style, and time period in which Kipling wr...
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White Mans Burden Rudyard Kipling
595 wordsImperialism was inevitable with the growth of industry. In need of materials, countries would take control of other lands. Ethno-centrism became a part of the European state of mind. Europeans felt driven to impose their beliefs and ideas on the conquered territories and to exploitable them. Rudyard Kipling, who was very much against this movement, deemed this the White Mans Burden. India was very negatively affected by Great Britain. The White Mans Burden by Rudyard Kipling was published in 189...
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Memory To Enhance Creative Thinking
1,305 wordsMemory to Enhance Creative Thinking Planning Aims: To utilize memory as a tool for generating ideas for creative solutions and / or creative options and alternatives to reach a desired goal. Objectives: At the end of the one hour session on Creative Thinking, the participants are expected to: identify each and every tools and techniques of creative thinking; comprehend the different uses of all the tools and techniques presented; see the value and advantages of each of the different techniques o...
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Stories And Poems Rudyard Kipling
1,570 wordsTo a whole generation, homesickness was reversed by inoculation with Kipling's magic, said Carrington. Though many of Kiplings works really conveyed some authoritarian ideas, but he was a great artist and much of his writings were still sometimes rather misinterpreted. Only additional knowledge of Kiplings life would allow the reader deeply understand his stories, because inside them he included just enough about the life to let a reader understand them. Rudyard Joseph Kipling was born ion Decem...
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Rudyard Kipling First Stanza
714 wordsIf by Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kiplings works ar characterized allusions to x otic culture and ancient links and characters. Yt it is his commentary on th natur of th certain unchanging, universal, traits of humans that h is paid for. His brilliant insight on man is bst sn in his pom If. Rudyard Kipling talks about this when h says If you can walk with kings and kp th common touch Through xamination of this pom som observations wr record, and thy ar as follows. Th pom is david by stanzas in sts o...
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Native Culture Caste System
797 wordsI must say that Rudyard Kiplings Kim can be interpreted as a project that articulates the hegemonic relations between the colonizer and the colonized during British imperial rule in India. Kiplings novel explores how Kim embodies the absolute divisions between white and non white that existed in India and elsewhere at a time when the dominantly white Christian countries of Europe controlled approximately 85 percent of the worlds surface. For Kipling, who believed it was Indias destiny to be rule...
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Passage To India Rudyard Kipling
2,969 wordsEast vs. West Amar BalikaiMrs. HeyleEnglish 11 April 12, 1999 The popular quote, The sun never sets on the British Empire, refers to the vast territory that the British government controlled either directly or indirectly. During the Age of Exploration, European powers struggled for as much foreign land as possible. The desire for more land was driven mostly by their greed for Eastern spices. India was in a prime location for trading these spices, and almost all the major European powers were fig...
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1,613 wordsImperialism sprung from an altruistic and unselfish aim to? take up the white man? s burden? and? wean [the] ignorant millions from their horrid ways. ? These two citations are, of course, from Kipling? s? White Man? s Burden? and Conrad? s Heart of Darkness, respectively, and they splendidly encompass what British and European imperialism was about? at least seen from the late-nineteenth century point of view. This essay seeks to explore the comparisons and contrasts between Conrad? s and Kipli...
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