- 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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