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Kipling's Myths of Love and Death

Nora Crook
An illustrated discussion of the English author Rudyard Kipling (1867-1936) and of some of his works. Kipling was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907 and was author of "The Jungle Book" and "Kim". Nora Crook is co-author of "Shelley's Venomed Melody".
eBook, English, 1989
Nora Crook, [Place of publication not identified], 1989
1 online resource
9780333454824, 0333454820
The significance of the Sahiba's finger; Aunt Judy, Ruskin, Carlyle; pigs, serpents, cannibals, bats and bees; Kipling and Dante - "Mrs Bathurst", "Home and Friends"; Kipling and Chaucer - "Mary Postgate"; Kipling and Swinburne - "A Madonna of the Trenches". Appendices: Hector Macdonald; Kipling and Blake.
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