Which of rudyard kipling's stories is similar to the legend of Romulus and remus?
Both the Jungle Books and the story of Romulus & Remus draw upon similar themes.
I am not sure, but Kipling's epic adventure yarn, "The Man Who Would Be King" appears to be a rightful candidate as far as the founding of an empire is concerned, albeit by two loafers or vagabonds. Kamran H. Alavi Lahore-Pakistan And, of course, Mowgli in "The Jungle Book" is found and raised by wolves as an infant, just like Romulus and Remus. Jenny Dolfen, Germany
They had two stories. The first was the myth of Romulus and Remus and the second was the story in the Aeneid, that Rome was founded by refugees from Troy. However, Virgil, in the Aeneid, combines the two stories, saying Aeneas came first, before Romulus, as in the verses where Aeneas' father shows him the men of the future. Romulus was one of them.
Reginald Engledow Harbord has written: 'A reader's guide to Rudyard Kipling's 'Just so stories for little children,' including 'The tabu tale,' and 'Ham and the porcupine\\' 'A reader's guide to Rudyard Kipling's Just so stories for little children' 'The readers' guide to Rudyard Kipling's work' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, indexes
Yes it is true ,it happen like in the mid 40 's ,with the disappearance of a 2 year old boy, the boy's parents thought they wouldn't see their boy again but 2 years later a group of people found a boy with some gorillas. The original Tarzan stories were written between 1912 & 1947 by Edgar Rice Burroughs and the character of Tarzan was entirely fictional. However it was based on popular (but apocryphal)…
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 copyright, and is available free online. See the link below.