- (Joseph) Rud·yard [ruhd-yerd] /ˈrʌd yərd/, 1865–1936, English author: Nobel Prize 1907.
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But his conclusion is that Cicero and Kipling got something right.War! What Is It Good For? A Lot
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Kipling is rough at times, and daring, but he is always clean and honest.
Since Dickens there has been nobody to fill our lungs like Kipling.
In fact the world of progress was, as Kipling says, 'very new and all.'Steve and the Steam Engine
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Kipling had just returned to America, and I went at once to call upon him.A Daughter of the Middle Border
But he very early shook off what there was of that Kipling influence.Personality in Literature
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- (Joseph) Rudyard (ˈrʌdjəd). 1865–1936, English poet, short-story writer, and novelist, born in India. His works include Barrack-Room Ballads (1892), the two Jungle Books (1894, 1895), Stalky and Co (1899), Kim (1901), and the Just So Stories (1902): Nobel prize for literature 1907
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