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Rudyard Kipling "Traffics And Discoveries" 1904 Book Signed Autograph

Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph
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Kipling, Rudyard "Traffics And Discoveries" 1904 Book Signed Autograph
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Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph Kipling, Rudyard  Traffics And Discoveries 1904 Book Signed Autograph
Rudyard Kipling-"Traffics And Discoveries"-1904-Doubleday,Page & Co-5" X 7 1/2"-363 pages-Hardcover Book-Signed By Author. Rudyard Kipling is the author of The Jungle Book and other British-flavored tales of the Indian subcontinent. Rudyard Kipling was born in India to British parents, but spent much of his childhood at school in England before returning to India in his teens. Then he turned to writing: his collection Barrack-Room Ballads (1892) was full of colorful, dusty, sing-song poems told from the point of view of the common British soldier, including the popular poem "Gunga Din." The Jungle Book (1894) was a collection of fictional stories about the wilds of India, many of them about Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves. It was followed by The Second Jungle Book in 1895 and was the basis for the popular 1967 Disney animated film. Kipling traveled widely and wrote hundreds of essays, poems and stories, continuing to write nearly up to his death in 1936. At the time Kipling began writing, Queen Victoria still held the title of "Empress of India," and Kipling is known as a romantic imperialist: sympathetic toward the British Empire's foreign subjects and yet proud of the British role in keeping and expanding its empire. Among his most popular poems are If ("IF you can keep your head when all about you / Are losing theirs and blaming it on you..."), Mandalay ("... An' the dawn comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the Bay!"). His 1897 book Captains Courageous was set among the fishing fleets of New England, and Kim (1901) in the Himalayas. Just So Stories (1902) was a collection of whimsical African tales, including "How the Leopard Got His Spots" and "The Elephant's Child." Rudyard Kipling's son John was killed while fighting in World War I, and after the war Kipling published a history of John's regiment, titled The Irish Guards in the Great War (1923). Kipling was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. The book has been signed on the title page by Rudyard Kipling with a fountain pen in blue....................BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.