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The Writing Style of Rudyard Kipling

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Anya Kaiser

on 31 October 2012

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Transcript of The Writing Style of Rudyard Kipling

The childhood of Kipling -Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, India in 1865
-At the age of 5, Kipling was taken to England to live in a foster home with his younger sister
-For the five years that he was forced to live there, he was constantly bullied by his foster-mother and foster-brother
-This influential time of his childhood greatly affects his writing style
-Kipling later returned to India and was reunited with his parents Rudyard Kipling's writing style -Rudyard Kipling’s style of writing is patriotic, autobiographical, and encouraging, which is shown throughout his short stories, especially in Baa Baa Black Sheep, A Wayside Comedy, The Rescue of Pluffles, and .007.
-Kipling's patriotic style comes from his love for India and England, his encouraging tone comes inversely from his miserable childhood, and his autobiographical style is mainly because of his need to share the stories of his travels with the world The Writing Style The travels of Rudyard Kipling -Rudyard Kipling traveled a great amount throughout his life
-His many travels are the basis of several of
his short stories
-Baa Baa Black Sheep, A Trip Across a Continent, and .007 are just a few of the many stories he
has written based on his adventures Kipling and patriotism -Rudyard Kipling was a strong supporter of patriotism and imperialism
-This is reflected in many of his stories, including The Rescue of Pluffles and A Wayside Comedy
-Kipling constantly refers to the military in several of his stories
-Kipling was known to be a strong supporter of the British Empire
-He never served in the British military, but his oldest son was killed in WWI at the Battle of Loos of Rudyard Kipling ENCOURAGING TONE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL PATRIOTIC
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