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       Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay in December 1865. He returned to India from England shortly before his seventeenth birthday, to work as a journalist first on the Civil and Military Gazette in Lahore, then on the Pioneer at Allahabad. The poems and stories he wrote over the next seven years laid the foundation of his literary reputation, and soon after his return to London in 1889 he found himself world-famous. Throughout his life his works enjoyed great acclaim and popularity, but he came to seem increasingly controversial because of his political opinions, and it has been difficult to reach literary judgements unclouded by partisan feeling.


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The Phantom 'Rickshaw (1888)

Plain Tales from the Hills (1888)

Life's Handicap (1891) aka Mine Own People

Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads (1893)

Many Inventions (1893)

The Jungle Book (1894)

The Second Jungle Book (1895)

Soldiers Three (1899)

Just So Stories (1902)

The Five Nations (1903)

Traffics and Discoveries (1904)

Kipling's Poems (poems) (1907)

Soldiers Three and Military Tales (1907)

The Day's Work (1908)

Actions and Reactions (1909)

Sea Warfare (1916)

A Diversity of Creatures (1917)

The Eyes of Asia (1919)

Rudyard Kipling's Verse Inclusive Edition 1885-1918 (poems) (1923)

The Man Who Was (1924)

Debits and Credits (1926)

Limits and Renewals (1932)

All the Mowgli Stories (1933)

Phantoms and Fantasies (1965)

Complete Verse (1972)

Nursing Stories (1979) (with Monica Dickens, Richard Gordon, Ernest Hemingway, P D James, Edgar Allan Poe and Leo Tolstoy)

The Complete Supernatural Stories of Rudyard Kipling (1987)

Kipling's Science Fiction (1987)

Kipling's Fantasy Stories (1992)

The Science Fiction Stories of Rudyard Kipling (1994)

Selected Stories Rudyard Kipling (1999)

The Mark of the Beast (2000)

The Elephant, the Hare and the Black Cobra (2003) (with Linda Newbery and Martin S Waddell)

Victorian Short Stories of Troubled Marriages (2005) (with Ella D'Arcy, George Gissing and Arthur Morrison)

The Werewolf Megapack (2013) (with John Gregory Betancourt, Guy de Maupassant, Alexandre Dumas, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Jay Lake, Saki and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)




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