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Joseph Rudyard Kipling war ein britischer Schriftsteller und Dichter. Seine bekanntesten Werke sind Das Dschungelbuch und der Roman Kim. Außerdem schrieb er Gedichte und eine Vielzahl von Kurzgeschichten. Kipling gilt als wesentlicher Vertreter. Joseph Rudyard Kipling [ˈdʒəʊzɪf ˈɹʌdjɑːd ˈkɪplɪŋ] (Audio-Datei / Hörbeispiel Anhören) (* Dezember in Bombay; † Januar in. Kipling ist der Name von. Personen: Rudyard Kipling (–), britischer Schriftsteller und Dichter, der den Literaturnobelpreis erhielt; John Lockwood. Rudyard Kipling. Rudyard Kipling wurde in Bombay geboren und wuchs in Großbritannien auf. Im Alter von 17 Jahren kehrte er nach Indien zurück und. Seine Figuren Mogli und Balu sind weltbekannt. Aber Rudyard Kipling hat viel mehr geschrieben und dafür den Literaturnobelpreis erhalten.

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Truly if I can concentrate to the teaching I'm receiving from life, If I can never crumble because I'm facing triers and tribulations, I believe I will do well in life.

This is learnable. Trice, my 5th grade teacher, had our class memorize a poem every week. This has been a part of my arsenal in life since , and here I am pulling it out again.

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This short-lived enterprise focused on promoting classic liberal ideals as a response to the rising power of communist tendencies within Great Britain, or as Kipling put it, "to combat the advance of Bolshevism.

In , Kipling, having referred to the work of engineers in some of his poems, such as "The Sons of Martha," "Sappers," and " McAndrew's Hymn ," [97] and in other writings, including short-story anthologies such as The Day's Work , [98] was asked by a University of Toronto civil engineering professor, Herbert E.

Haultain , for assistance in developing a dignified obligation and ceremony for graduating engineering students. Kipling was enthusiastic in his response and shortly produced both, formally entitled " The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer.

Kipling, as a Francophile , argued strongly for an Anglo-French alliance to uphold the peace, calling Britain and France in the "twin fortresses of European civilization.

So he reasoned that the future would bring German domination if Versailles were revised in Germany's favour, and it was madness for Britain to press France to do so.

Though he admired Benito Mussolini to some extent in the s, he was against fascism, calling Oswald Mosley was "a bounder and an arriviste.

Despite his anti-communism , the first major translations of Kipling into Russian took place under Lenin 's rule in the early s, and Kipling was popular with Russian readers in the interwar period.

Many younger Russian poets and writers, such as Konstantin Simonov , were influenced by him. Many older editions of Rudyard Kipling's books have a swastika printed on the cover, associated with a picture of an elephant carrying a lotus flower, reflecting the influence of Indian culture.

Kipling's use of the swastika was based on the Indian sun symbol conferring good luck and the Sanskrit word meaning "fortunate" or "well-being.

In a note to Edward Bok after the death of Lockwood Kipling in , Rudyard said: "I am sending with this for your acceptance, as some little memory of my father to whom you were so kind, the original of one of the plaques that he used to make for me.

I thought it being the Swastika would be appropriate for your Swastika. May it bring you even more good fortune.

Kipling kept writing until the early s, but at a slower pace and with less success than before. On the night of 12 January he suffered a haemorrhage in his small intestine.

He underwent surgery, but died less than a week later on 18 January , at the age of 70 of a perforated duodenal ulcer.

Don't forget to delete me from your list of subscribers. The pallbearers at the funeral included Kipling's cousin, Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin , and the marble casket was covered by a Union Jack.

More than 50 unpublished poems by Kipling, discovered by the American scholar Thomas Pinney, were released for the first time in March Kipling's writing has strongly influenced that of others.

His stories for adults remain in print and have garnered high praise from writers as different as Poul Anderson , Jorge Luis Borges , and Randall Jarrell , who wrote, "After you have read Kipling's fifty or seventy-five best stories you realize that few men have written this many stories of this much merit, and that very few have written more and better stories.

His children's stories remain popular and his Jungle Books made into several films. The first was made by producer Alexander Korda.

Other films have been produced by The Walt Disney Company. A number of his poems were set to music by Percy Grainger. A series of short films based on some of his stories was broadcast by the BBC in The poet T.

Eliot edited A Choice of Kipling's Verse with an introductory essay. An immense gift for using words, an amazing curiosity and power of observation with his mind and with all his senses, the mask of the entertainer, and beyond that a queer gift of second sight, of transmitting messages from elsewhere, a gift so disconcerting when we are made aware of it that thenceforth we are never sure when it is not present: all this makes Kipling a writer impossible wholly to understand and quite impossible to belittle.

Of Kipling's verse, such as his Barrack-Room Ballads , Eliot writes "of a number of poets who have written great poetry, only And unless I am mistaken, Kipling's position in this class is not only high, but unique.

In response to Eliot, George Orwell wrote a long consideration of Kipling's work for Horizon in , noting that although as a "jingo imperialist" Kipling was "morally insensitive and aesthetically disgusting," his work had many qualities which ensured that while "every enlightened person has despised him One reason for Kipling's power [was] his sense of responsibility, which made it possible for him to have a world-view, even though it happened to be a false one.

Although he had no direct connexion with any political party, Kipling was a Conservative, a thing that does not exist nowadays.

Those who now call themselves Conservatives are either Liberals, Fascists or the accomplices of Fascists.

He identified himself with the ruling power and not with the opposition. In a gifted writer this seems to us strange and even disgusting, but it did have the advantage of giving Kipling a certain grip on reality.

The ruling power is always faced with the question, 'In such and such circumstances, what would you do? Where it is a permanent and pensioned opposition, as in England, the quality of its thought deteriorates accordingly.

Moreover, anyone who starts out with a pessimistic, reactionary view of life tends to be justified by events, for Utopia never arrives and 'the gods of the copybook headings', as Kipling himself put it, always return.

Kipling sold out to the British governing class, not financially but emotionally. This warped his political judgement, for the British ruling class were not what he imagined, and it led him into abysses of folly and snobbery, but he gained a corresponding advantage from having at least tried to imagine what action and responsibility are like.

He dealt largely in platitudes, and since we live in a world of platitudes, much of what he said sticks. Even his worst follies seem less shallow and less irritating than the 'enlightened' utterances of the same period, such as Wilde's epigrams or the collection of cracker-mottoes at the end of Man and Superman.

In , the poet W. Auden deleted this section from more recent editions of his poems. Time, that is intolerant Of the brave and innocent, And indifferent in a week To a beautiful physique, Worships language, and forgives Everyone by whom it lives; Pardons cowardice, conceit, Lays its honours at his feet.

Time, that with this strange excuse, Pardons Kipling and his views, And will pardon Paul Claudel, Pardons him for writing well.

The poet Alison Brackenbury writes, "Kipling is poetry's Dickens, an outsider and journalist with an unrivalled ear for sound and speech.

The English folk singer Peter Bellamy was a lover of Kipling's poetry, much of which he believed to have been influenced by English traditional folk forms.

He recorded several albums of Kipling's verse set to traditional airs, or to tunes of his own composition written in traditional style.

Kipling is often quoted in discussions of contemporary British political and social issues. In , Kipling wrote the poem The Reeds of Runnymede that celebrated Magna Carta , and summoned up a vision of the "stubborn Englishry" determined to defend their rights.

In , the following verses of the poem were quoted by former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher warning against the encroachment of the European Union on national sovereignty:.

And Thames, that knows the mood of kings, And crowds and priests and suchlike things, Rolls deep and dreadful as he brings Their warning down from Runnymede!

Political singer-songwriter Billy Bragg , who attempts to build a left-wing English nationalism in contrast with the more common right-wing English nationalism, has attempted to 'reclaim' Kipling for an inclusive sense of Englishness.

Throughout their lives, Kipling and his wife Carrie maintained an active interest in Camp Mowglis, which still continues the traditions that Kipling inspired.

The campers are referred to as "the Pack," from the youngest "Cubs" to the oldest living in "Den. Kipling's links with the Scouting movements were also strong.

These ties still exist, such as the popularity of " Kim's Game. After the death of Kipling's wife in , his house, Bateman's in Burwash, East Sussex , where he had lived from until , was bequeathed to the National Trust.

It is now a public museum dedicated to the author. Elsie Bambridge , his only child who lived to maturity, died childless in , and bequeathed her copyrights to the National Trust, which in turn donated them to the University of Sussex to ensure better public access.

Novelist and poet Sir Kingsley Amis wrote a poem, "Kipling at Bateman's," after visiting Burwash where Amis's father lived briefly in the s as part of a BBC television series on writers and their houses.

In modern-day India, whence he drew much of his material, Kipling's reputation remains controversial, especially amongst modern nationalists and some post-colonial critics.

Rudyard Kipling was a prominent supporter of Colonel Reginald Dyer , who was responsible for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar in the province of Punjab.

Kipling called Dyer "the man who saved India" and initiated collections for the latter's homecoming prize. While Kipling's name was conspicuously absent from the list of donors as published in The Morning Post , he clearly admired Dyer.

Other contemporary Indian intellectuals such as Ashis Nandy have taken a more nuanced view. Jawaharlal Nehru , the first Prime Minister of independent India, often described Kipling's novel Kim as one of his favourite books.

Desani , an Indian writer of fiction, had a more negative opinion of Kipling. He alludes to Kipling in his novel, All About H.

Hatterr :. I happen to pick up R. Kipling's autobiographical Kim. Therein, this self-appointed whiteman's burden-bearing sherpa feller's stated how, in the Orient, blokes hit the road and think nothing of walking a thousand miles in search of something.

Indian writer Khushwant Singh wrote in that he considers Kipling's " If— " "the essence of the message of The Gita in English," [] referring to the Bhagavad Gita , an ancient Indian scripture.

Indian writer R. Narayan said, "Kipling, the supposed expert writer on India, showed a better understanding of the mind of the animals in the jungle than of the men in an Indian home or the marketplace.

In November , it was announced that Kipling's birth home in the campus of the J. School of Art in Mumbai would be turned into a museum celebrating the author and his works.

Kipling's bibliography includes fiction including novels and short stories , non-fiction, and poetry. Several of his works were collaborations.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Kipling disambiguation. English short-story writer, poet, and novelist.

Caroline Starr Balestier m. A left-facing swastika in , a symbol of good luck. Eliot []. Main article: Rudyard Kipling bibliography. Poetry portal Biography portal.

Notes on the text by John McGivering. Oxford University Press. He also noted their "semi-fanatic ideas about religion, or about patriotism".

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Charles Edmund Rudyard Kipling: His Life and Work. Norton and Company, New York. Notes edited by John Radcliffe. Retrieved 2 October BBC News.

Retrieved 7 August College of Architecture 30 September Sir J. College of Architecture, Mumbai. Archived from the original on 28 July Mumbai Mirror.

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Subscription or UK public library membership required. Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 March Oxford Companion to Children's Literature.

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Fairleigh University Press. The New York Times. Rudyard Kipling: A Literary Life. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. Rudyard Kipling: A life.

Carroll and Graf Publishers Inc. Letters of Travel — Carrie Kipling — The Hated Wife. Letters of Rudyard Kipling, volume 2. Volume I.

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Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Vol. Chicago: The Masonic History Co. Masonic lecture Archived 8 March at the Wayback Machine.

War Literature and the Arts. Archived from the original PDF on 2 April Retrieved 15 August Wells and Arthur Conan Doyle".

Retrieved 27 February The Independent. Retrieved 3 May It was only his father's intervention that allowed John Kipling to serve on the Western Front — and the poet never got over his death.

War Memorials Archive Blog. BBC News Magazine. The Irish Times. Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Foreword to: Kipling, Rudyard.

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Kipling Sahib: the Raj patriot. London: New Millennium. Spring, p. Ramraj , The Hindu. Retrieved 9 August Rudyard Kipling at Wikipedia's sister projects.

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He learned Hindi from his nurse, and he also learned stories of jungle animals. At six, he was sent to school in England, but until he was 12, poor health kept him from attending.

At 17, Kipling returned to India and soon became a journalist. He wrote sketches and verses which at first were used as fillers for unused editorial space.

Many were later published in Departmental Ditties At this time, he also created his soldiers three , and Irishman, a Cockney, and a Yorkshireman, the bases for his humorous tale Soldiers Three.

In , Kipling return to England. In the s, he developed a great interest in folk legends and animal myths. Kipling composed many of his poems while living for several years in the United States in the mids.

His poems became famous for their lively, swinging rhythm. Typical are Gunga Din and Mandalay. The first tells of the courage of an Indian boy who is shot while carrying water to British soldiers in the thick of battle.

Mandalay tries to capture the strange atmosphere of the east. In , Kipling returned to England from the United States.

By then, he was a controversial figure because of his views toward empire, which many misunderstood. In many of his works, Kipling seemed to imply that it was the duty of Great Britain to carry the white man's burden by civilizing backward races.

But he was not just the shallow imperialist that his critics tried to make him appear. His famous poem, Recessional , written in in honor of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, contains a strong warning to the British not to exploit other races.

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