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Why the long-held view of Kipling is just so wrong
George Orwell called Rudyard Kipling a “jingo imperialist”, attacking him for racism, snobbery and his Empire obsession. So Kipling's not quite the kind of man you'd expect the BBC to defend.
Debauched early life of Rudyard Kipling
It was Kipling who coined the phrase “the world's oldest profession” and it was these women who showed him the real India, not the sanitised version that the Raj preferred.
The Jungle Book
Oh my, what an absolute treasure this is. Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book was first published in 1894 and now, over 120 years later, it's still capturing imaginations.
New 'Jungle Book' TV Spot Further Reveals the Film's Insane Effects
Disney has released a new TV spot for The Jungle Book that reveals new footage from the live-action/CG update of the classic Rudyard Kipling story, and this thing continues to look spectacular.
House Thumbs Its Nose at Obama's Visit to Cuba
Quoting Rudyard Kipling, Grayson ridiculed this argument as a patronizing example of "The White Man's Burden," a poem used to justify another front of the Spanish-American War in the Philippines.

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