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Rudyard Kipling (30 December 1865 – 18 January 1936) was a British author and poet. He is best known for his works of fiction The Jungle Book. In 1907 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

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The original Kipling characters Akela (the lone wolf), Raksha (wolf), "protection" in Hindi; Father Wolf (wolf) Baloo (bear) Bagheera (black panther) Ko (crow) Kaa (python) Hathi (elephant) Hathi's 3 sons (elephants) Tabaqui (jackal) Mang (bat) Shere Khan (tiger) The Bandar-log (monkey…
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The British poet Rudyard Kipling wrote a poem in 1899 about the United States and the Philippine Islands. He urged the USA to take up the burden of empire that had been done in empires of the British and other European nations. The poem was widely criticized for a defense for imperialism. It also wa…
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Answer i An imperialistic poem published in McClure's Magazine in February of 1899, By Rudyard Kipling. Additional Born in British India in 1865, Rudyard Kipling was educated in England before returning to India in 1882, where his father was a museum director and authority on Indian arts and …
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Some of the characters in The Jungle Book are an Indian wolf named Akela, a sloth bear named Baloo, and a muskrat named Chuchundra. Additional characters include an Indian python named Kaa, a seal named Kotick, and a jackal named Tabaqui. The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling.
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During World War II, Roald Dahl was a fighter pilot. After he was sidelined by severe headaches in 1941, Roald was transferred to Washington, DC where C.S. Forester encouraged Roald to write about his experiences in the Royal Air Force (RAF). That writing, Dahl's first published work, appeared in t…
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In his second book of memoirs, 'Going Solo' Dahl wrote this: "when I got back to Dar es Salaam about two weeks later, there was a letter waiting for me from the East African Standard up in Nairobi asking if I would write my own eye-witness description of the incident (the story about the lion, he d…
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To glorify God and enjoy Him forever! A: 2 Man has absolutely no purpose because all the plants and creatures on this planet would be better off without the parasite called man. Man adds no value to the balance and welfare of nature. Man destroys nature to fuel his insatiable greed and selfishness…
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Yes he had three kidsJosephine who died of pneumonia at 6, Elsie who died of natural cause, and John who was killed at war at 18 Rudyard Kipling was married, in 1892, to Caroline "Carrie" Balesteir until his death in 1936. She passed in 1939. ;)
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The Amazon.
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well we are doing a project at school and we got 3 short stories and they are good
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Rudyard Kipling IfIf you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or, being …
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Kipling wrote "If" in 1895. It was first pulished in a collection of short stories in 1910
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White Man's Burden White man's burden was a concept very popular during the 1800's and into the 1900's that it was the responsibility of european empires to bring civilization to their colonies instead of just plundering them for the resources. The main reason for Kiplings poem was the US takeove…
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English and Hindi.
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The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling. Rudyard Kipling also wrote a sequel called The Second Jungle Book. The two books combined are known as The Jungle Books.The Jungle Book is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling and first published in 1894. The book is no longer under copy…
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From the film: Mother Wolf, Akela, Father Wolf, Shere Khan (tiger), Mowgli (man-cub), Baloo (bear), and Bagheera (black panther), Colonel Hathi (elephant), Shanti (village girl), Kaa (python), King Louie (king of the Bandar Log monkeys), From the Book by Rudyard Kipling: Ikki,the porcupine; Mang,…
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The White Man's Burden (a poem) by Rudyard KiplingTake up the White Man's burden--Send forth the best ye breed--Go bind your sons to exileTo serve your captives' need;To wait in heavy harness,On fluttered folk and wild--Your new-caught, sullen peoples,Half-devil and half-child.Take up the White Man'…
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The Jungle was written in 1906 by Upton Sinclair. It contrasts the corruption of the meat-packing industry with the appalling conditions and day-today hopelessness the "lower classes" work and live in. Upon publication, (after 5 rejections) the Jungle became an instant best seller and has never gone…
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aggressive, revengeful and persistant ♡
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Teddy's mother is concerned that Rikki-tikki might bite Teddy
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Gonga Din was a Indian boy in the film called Gonga Din, the part was played by Sabu. I the film Gonda Din save the British regiment from being attack by sounding the bugle from the top of the temple during which he is shot and became a hero.
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Bagheera, who's actually a panther. A panther is a type of jaguar or leopard (it can be either), so you're both right. :)
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The 1906 Upton Sinclair novel "The Jungle" was written in an attempt to point out the appalling conditions that the working class lived and worked in, using the existing backdrop of the meat packing industry.
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mongeese hate snakes. they are one of the few rodents that can actually kill snakes.
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The "Jungle" of the Jungle Book was an area near Bhopal that was called the Seeonee or Seoni. (see map at the related link)
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the meaning behind this work is to show how this person went up against all odds, and tried as hard as it could as to not fail. The poem is saying that when you have all the attributes and abilities described you are ready to be considered a true man in the heroic Victorian fashion - a true Brit. ..…
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he wrote the book because he wanted to show what is it like to be raised by animalsHe wrote the book because he wanted to show what is it like to be raised by animalsHe wrote the book because he wanted to show what is it like to be raised by animalsand cause he loved animals
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The original Kipling characters Akela (the lone wolf), Raksha (wolf), "protection" in Hindi; Father Wolf (wolf) Baloo (bear) Bagheera (black panther) Ko (crow) Kaa (python) Hathi (elephant) Hathi's 3 sons (elephants) Tabaqui (jackal) Mang (bat) Shere Khan (tiger) The Bandar-log (monkey…
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The poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling details how to be a man in the eyes of the narrator. The first stanza talks about being coolheaded and rational, the second about overcoming pitfalls and staying on track, the third about taking risks and strength of will, and the final stanza about staying true to y…
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He died of a hemorrhage from a perforated duodenal ulcer.
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The poem 'If-' was written by British poet, Rudyard Kipling, and published in 1910. Kipling wrote the poem as a tribute to Leander Starr Jameson. The theme of the poem is a parent's advice to their son.
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Rudyard Kipling married Caroline Starr (Carrie) Balestier, the sister of the American author Wolcott Balestier, in London on 18 January 1892.
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He didn't attend college. He did however attend the (oddly named), United Services College, which was a prep school for boys aged 13-16 intending to enter the military
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If Mandalay Gunga Din The White Man's Burden Last of the Light Brigade
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yes, but the most mentioned character is mowgli, who is a human. but most of the main characters are animals in the book. i dont know about the movie
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The power of self-confidence within the first four lines of the poem takes on an air equivalent to that of Socrates it his detachment from criticism:If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you But make allo…
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The poem is named "If-" because every sentence of this poem begins with the word "if" . This poem stresses on personal development and how we can improve ourselves .
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Yes. He married Caroline "Carrie" Balesteir on January 18th 1892
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Rudyard Kipling has no direct descendants. His daughter, Josephine died at age 7 from pneumonia. His son, John, died in WWI at the age of 18 without ever marrying. His youngest daughter Elsie died childless in 1976. William John Rouse
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Rikki-tikkiteddydarzeedarzees wifenagnaginachuachuchundrakarait
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Rudyard Kipling speculated that his treatment at the hands of Mrs. Sarah Holloway who boarded children of British Nationals living in India may have instilled within him the desire to write. Her bullying technique of â??gathering truthâ?? from a child of 7 or 8 necessitated him learning to remembe…
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The original Kipling characters Akela (the lone wolf), Raksha (wolf), "protection" in Hindi; Father Wolf (wolf) Baloo (bear) Bagheera (black panther) Ko (crow) Kaa (python) Hathi (elephant) Hathi's 3 sons (elephants) Tabaqui (jackal) Mang (bat) Shere Khan (tiger) The Bandar-log (monkey…
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because 7 ate nine
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Rudyard Kipling was credited with reviving the short story in English literature
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Paraphrase means to retell in your own words. So, I am guessing a teacher gave this to you so just retell IF in your own words.^^^^^^ idiot. He wants to know the answers. he wants it TRANSLATED
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Runyard Kipling
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Rudyard Kipling had 3 children, Josephine, Elsie, and John.
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Here are the running time for the different versions from IMDB... 1942 - originally 108 minutes rereleased at 102 minutes 1967 - 78 minutes 1990 - 28 minutes 1995 - 48 minutes
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The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling.
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The very best way to get this or any other poem is by repeated close readings. Read it aloud, so that you can better hear the rhythms and sounds the poet creates. Look for the way some lines flow, some lines clash. Make certain you understand the meaning of each word. Even a word so small and common…
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It is a short story, told in a single chapter.
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Kipling received many honorary degrees and various literary awards. The two most prestigious would be the 1907 Nobel prize for literature and in 1926 he received the Gold Medal of the Royal Society of Literature
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Formally he attended school in England for ten years from ages 6-16.
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Rudyard Kipling attended school in England for 10 years (ages 6-16)
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all the animals in the garden praise him and gave him their thanks because he made a safely life for them .
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Rikki-tikki-tavi was a short story and was part of the Jungle Book. It was written by Rudyard Kipling while he was living in Vermont. Published in 1894 it has been adapted into at least two animated features and elements from the story have been incorporated into two other cartoon series.
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yes, a sister alice aka trix
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Kipling received many honorary degrees and various literary awards. The two most prestigious would be the 1907 Nobel prize for literature and in 1926 he received the Gold Medal of the Royal Society of Literature
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Rudyard Kipling died on January 18, 1936 at the age of 70.
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As a young man, he lived in India, and travelled widely.He then lived briefly in London, but spent half the year in America and half in South Africa.Finally, he retired to a country house in Sussex.
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Rikki-tikki doesn't look on himself as brave he is only doing what he sees as natural. As Kipling states "he (Rikki) knew that all a grown mongoose's business in life was to fight and eat snakes"
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According to Kipling, the "white man's burden" was to educate the natives. He suggested that the reward should be praises and thanks for carrying the burden.
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He was a British citizen born in India during the colonial period. He and his family referred to themselves as "Anglo-Indians" and his dual allegiances are evident throughout his writings.
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Rudyard comes from the Old English. Literally translated it means "red yard". In the case of Joseph Rudyard Kipling however his middle (later pen) name was taken from Rudyard Lake, a popular resort near the Staffordshire moorlands, where his parents 1st met.
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Rudyard Kipling was born in 1865 in Bombay India. At the age of six he moved, with his sister, to Portsmouth England for school. At age sixteen he returned to India and remained there until 1890. After marrying Carrie in 1892 they moved to Brattleboro, Vermont living there for four years. In 1896 t…
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This poem is about being yourself and believing in yourself. The poet want us to know that everyone of us is unique person and we must judge everything for ourselves instead of blindly following what other people are saying or doing (e.g. interpreting this poem). It may appear sometimes that the po…
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Stanza 4The recommendation to the reader toward inclusiveness is further reflected in the last stanza, which advises, in the first two lines, to "talk with crowds" and not "lose the common touch" even when aspiring toward transcendence of commonality. The third and fourth lines go further, recommend…
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Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865.
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The poem categorizes all the qualities that combine to make a man better than his fellow being.the poem is idealistic in nature because it is rare for a person to possess qualities like unlimited patience,tolerance and humanity when others hate you or misinterpret your words for their selfish gains.…
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nova net: that europeans were responsible for educating non-civilized peoples.
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Over the course of his career Rudyard Kipling wrote in virtually format there is. He wrote poetry (If, Gunga Din, Mandalay) short stories, (The Jungle Book, Just-So stories) and novels (Kim, Captains Courageous). He even wrote his, posthumously released, autobiography "Something of Myself".
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His son John was killed during WWI at the Battle of Loos in 1915. His daughter Josephine died of pneumonia in 1899
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Actually there were three, (in order of birth) Josephine, Elsie, & John There were three. John, Elsie and another i do not know the name of. stratch that, there were just two. Please can I correct the error in the above answer: Rudyard Kipling and his American wife Caroline (neé Bale…
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No it is based on the 1894 collection of short stories written by Rudyard Kipling In a nutshell, no, but I like your thinking.
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According to Kipling (in his autobiography) the poem was inspired by the actions of Dr. Leander Starr Jameson who lead a British raid against the Boers in 1895.
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If was published, as part of a collection called Rewards and Fairies in 1910
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His full name was Joseph Rudyard Kipling
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His first book was "Departmental Ditties" written in 1886 "Plain tales from the hills" in 1888 and "Soldiers Three" 1888 followed.
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Kipling had three children (in order of birth) Josephine, Elsie, and John.
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"Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song)" Words and Music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Performed by J. Pat O'Malley, Verna Felton, Clint Howard and the Disney Studio Chorus
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Rudyard Kipling attended elementary school in Southsea (Portsmouth) and the (oddly named because it wasn't a college), United Services College, which was a prep school for boys aged 13-16 intending to enter the military
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At age 5 Rudyard Kipling was just coming to the end of his "days of strong light and darkness" as he called them. In 1871, at age six, he was sent to England for education.
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Rudyard Kipling was a 19th and early 20th century English writer of poetry, short stories, and novels.
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Rudyard Kipling had 3 children, daughters Josephine & Elsie, as well as a son John.
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Rudyard Kipling had 3 children, daughters Josephine & Elsie, as well as a son John
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Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30th, 1865 in Bombay, India
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Josephine Kipling died of pneumonia in 1899
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He died in London in 1936.
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The correct name is "Nikki Nikki Tembo No So Rembo Oo Ma Moochi Gamma Gamma Goochi" It's the name of a little Chinese boy in a story called "Long Name No Can Say" narrated by Paul Wing. It was available as an RCA Camden recording when I was little - circa mid-1940's. It seems that this same story h…
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it mean lieing
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