A generous selection of Kipling’s eminently quotable works, including the Nation’s Favourite Poem “If-”, “Mandalay” and the moving “Recessional”.
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“the sheer vigour, conviction and humanity – touchingly communicated by the stellar cast – still have the power to stir the blood.”
Sunday Times 6/7/97
“a treat for anyone who loves words and poetry”
Oxford Times 18/4/97
There is in the eminently quotable lines of Kipling's poetry a varying shimmer of greatness. His poems convey strong emotions of bitterness, humanity and sentiment. They are poems of kinship with humankind, of nobility, of reflected glory and the futilities of our own time.
• The Law of the Jungle
• Song of the Galley-Slaves
• To Thomas Atkins
• The Way through the Woods
• A Song of the English: The Song of the Dead II
• If -
• The Ballad of East and West
• Gunga Din
• The Ladies
• Danny Deever
• Prelude to Departmental Ditties
• The Vampire
• When Earth's Last Picture is Painted
• The White Man's Burden
• In the Neolithic Age
• The Female of the Species
• Shillin' a Day
• Outsong in the Jungle
• Mother o'mine
• Chapter headings from The Jungle Books
• The Betrothed
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Book Description Book Condition: good. 200 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # M00001053019-G