Rudyard Kipling was a British author and poet, born in India. He is best known for the book of children's tales The Jungle Book ( 1894), the Indian spy novel Kim (1901) , the poems "Gunga Din " (1892) , and "If-----" (1895), as well as many of his short stories.
Equally adept at humor writing , tales for children and adventure stories and, despite his imperialistics attitude in favour of the white race, Rudyard Kipling holds a singular place in the pantheon of great English writers.
This book celebrates the Nobel Prize winner's multifaceted achievements underscoring the variety and breadth of his oeuvre.
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