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Rudyard Kipling's "If" is a poem written in the form of paternal advice to his son. It is structured in four stanzas, each consisting of eight lines. The poem explores themes of stoicism, integrity, and resilience, offering guidance on how to navigate life's challenges with dignity and fortitude.

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