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  • The Jungle Book
  • Rudyard Kipling
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  • 26 July 2017
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    English The Jungle Book ItalianoI didn't know that The Jungle Book was a collection of tales Thanks to the Disne

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    “For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack”The Jungle Book Rudyard KiplingKipling Mowgli Baloo and I have been on a long journey together I started The Jungle Book nearly ten years ago I lost my copy when I moved from the west coast to Chicago found it again picked up where I left off lost it again when I moved to Wisconsin and found it again in 2014 Since then it's lingered on my nightstand wait

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    We are the masters of our planet but we are not very good masters We are in the blunt phrase I saw a zoologist use the other day a plague species Sometimes one feels the world would be better off without human beings This isn't necessarily a counsel of despair or treachery Our true loyalty should be not to mankind but to our genes and most of those genes are to be found in other species who are far less destructive It would alm

  4. says:

    my best childhood story absolutely the jungle book mowgli beautiful adventure

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    IMO Rudyard Kipling is the worst example of the uintessential British Imperialist and Colonialist His attitude towards India is contemptuous and condescending As a person I dislike him intenselyKipling writes beautifully His stories are simp

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    “Welcome to the jungleWe've got fun 'n' gamesWe got everything you wantHoney we know the names”The opening poem of The Jungle Book “Now Rann the Kite brings home the night” etc is much elegant than Axl Rose’s effort but I feel it would be much nicer for you to read it in the context of the bookNow if you are looking for a review from someone with an in depth knowledge of Rudyard Kipling’s works you had bet

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    IndiaThe illustrated Jungle Book is a mixed bag of positives and negatives and if your only experience of the story is from the films then you are in for a surprising revelation Firstly the Jungle Book is not one story but an anthology of 7 short stories and 7 songs and understandably with some appealing than others The contents includeMowgli’s Brothers StoryHunting Song of the Seeonee Pack SongKaa’s Hunting StoryRoa

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    Two weeks ago I arrived at Aberdovey a small seaside village on the Dyfi estuary in west Wales So to discover sun and thus an ideal day for the beach I needed a book Having no luck finding a bookshop and minus my Kindle the young man in the pub mentioned that the RNLI were selling books So when I saw the smiling face of M

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    I read this book when I was a child and I really enjoyed the stories at the time This book was also a favourite with my children Wonderful classic stories Pure nostalgia

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    I first read The Jungle Book at a very young age that I can hardly remember any of it The Disney movie helped me to recall some of the adventures of Mowgli but the book was not too familiar for me This reading therefore was as new as the first timeThe common understanding of The Jungle Book is that it is the story of Mowgli and his adventures his friendship with Bagheera the black panther and the wolf pack and

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The Jungle Book key characters are Mowgli a boy raised by wolves and Sher Khan biggest tiger in India As Baloo the sleepy brown bear Bagheera the cunning black panther Kaa the python and his other animal frien We are the masters of our planet but we are not very good masters We are in the blunt phrase I saw a zoologist use the other day a plague species Sometimes one feels the world would be better off without human beings This isn t necessarily a counsel of despair or treachery Our true loyalty should be not to mankind but to our genes and most of those genes are to be found in other species who are far less destructive It would almost be a relief if the beautiful and savage animals we share the world with could take it back from us and relieve us of this responsibility we are not eual toOddly enough the author I know who is best at giving a voice to these feelings is Rudyard Kipling in his short story Letting in the Jungle The villagers have angered Mowgli and his friends Now the jungle folk return in force led by Hathi the elephant and his three terrible sons The ending and the concluding poem are unforgettableThe four pushed side by side the outer wall bulged split and fell and the villagers dumb with horror saw the savage clay streaked heads of the wreckers in the ragged gap Then they fled houseless and foodless down the valley as their village shredded and tossed and trampled melted behind themA month later the place was a dimpled mound covered with soft green young stuff and by the end of the Rains there was the roaring jungle in full blast on the spot that had been under plough not six months beforeMOWGLI S SONG AGAINST PEOPLE I will let loose against you the fleet footed vines I will call in the Jungle to stamp out your lines The roofs shall fade before it The house beams shall fall And the Karela the bitter Karela Shall cover it all In the gates of these your councils my people shall sing In the doors of these your garners the Bat folk shall cling And the snake shall be your watchman By a hearthstone unswept For the Karela the bitter Karela Shall fruit where ye slept Ye shall not see my strikers ye shall hear them and guess By night before the moon rise I will send for my cess And the wolf shall be your herdsman By a landmark removed For the Karela the bitter Karela Shall seed where ye loved I will reap your fields before you at the hands of a host Ye shall glean behind my reapers for the bread that is lost And the deer shall be your oxen By a headland untilled For the Karela the bitter Karela Shall leaf where ye build I have untied against you the club footed vines I have sent in the Jungle to swamp out your lines The trees the trees are on you The house beams shall fall And the Karela the bitter Karela Shall cover you allAppalled by the dreadful things I was reading in Oreskes s and Conway s Merchants of Doubt I suggested to a friend the other day that it might be interesting to start a political party called Exterminate Humanity XH would have a simple agenda using only legal means it would support all initiatives which showed promise as possible ways to make human beings extinct It would for example try to block funding of renewable energy maximize production of greenhouse gasses push for increased nuclear arsenals and discourage investment in SpaceGuard and other anti meteorite defenses My suggestion was meant ironically so I was rather disuieted by my friend s reaction She considered it for a moment then nodded Yes she said thoughtfully Sounds like uite a good idea But maybe she just wanted to show that Australians could be ironic than Europeans Reality Lesbian other animal frien We are the masters The Marcher Lords our planet but we are not very good masters We are in the blunt phrase I saw a zoologist use the Musicophilia other day a plague species Sometimes Anti Racist Social Work one feels the world would be better Martyrdom In The Sikh Tradition off without human beings This isn t necessarily a counsel 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Ds teach their beloved “man cub” the ways of the jungle Mowgli gains the strength and wisdom he needs for his frightful fight with Shere Khan the tiger who robbed him of his human family But there are also IMO Rudyard Kipling is the worst example of the uintessential British Imperialist and Colonialist His attitude towards India is contemptuous and condescending As a person I dislike him intenselyKipling writes beautifully His stories are simple engaging and profound at the same time As a writer I love himThis is a childhood favourite I read it first in translation and then in the original This is a true classic it works for one as a child as well as an adult Perempuan Bawang Dan Lelaki Kayu of the jungle Mowgli gains the strength and wisdom he needs for his frightful fight with Shere Khan the tiger who robbed him 1 of his human family But there are also IMO Rudyard Kipling is the worst example The Headstrong Miss Henley of the uintessential British Imperialist and Colonialist His attitude towards India is contemptuous and condescending As a person I dislike him intenselyKipling writes beautifully His stories are simple engaging and profound at the same time As a writer I love himThis is a childhood favourite I read it first in translation and then in the Forgotten Gospel original This is a true classic it works for Iris Murdoch Work For The Spirit one as a child as well as an adult

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The tales of Rikki tikki tavi the mongoose and his “great war” against the vicious cobras Nag and Nagaina; of Toomai who watches the elephants dance; and of Kotick the white seal who swims in the Bering S Two weeks ago I arrived at Aberdovey a small seaside village on the Dyfi estuary in west Wales So to discover sun and thus an ideal day for the beach I needed a book Having no luck finding a bookshop and minus my Kindle the young man in the pub mentioned that the RNLI were selling books So when I saw the smiling face of Mowgli on the cover of The Jungle Book well I had to purchase it and also support the Lifeboats as they do such marvellous workI had read this collection of short stories as a child but had forgotten the names and the animals and so what a delight it was to reread themWho cannot possibly be excited and enthralled by the adventures of Mowgli who was also known as Frog a young abandoned man cub who wanders into a wolf s den in the Indian jungle As this is fiction he would of course not be eaten by its occupants but I was somewhat astonished by the child s age and what he was able to do Directly in front of him Father Wolf holding on by a low branch stood a naked brown baby who could just walk as soft and as dimpled a little thing as ever came to a wolf s cave at night He looked up into Father Wolf s face and laughed How could the wolves not possibly love him and welcome him into the pack But still there were struggles for Mowgli from members of the pack however with the help of such staunch friends as Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear he managed to overcome them When Mowgli is kidnapped by the Monkey People the Bandar log Bagheera and Baloo enlist the help of a rather villainous Rock Python called Kaa as the monkies were terrified of him I was too and could that snake move PhewWhat is sad though despite the child learning all about the laws and languages of the jungle Mowgli was never really accepted by the wolves apart from his adopted parents nor human beings either when he was forced to leave the jungle and go and live and work in a local village Sadly he was betwixt and between Also did I miss something in that he remained naked all the time That could have caused serious problems surely in the jungle especiallyOut of the other short stories I definitely preferred The White Seal and Kotick the seal that at birth was white and caused great amazement to his parents Sea Catch Matkah said at last our baby s going to be white Empty clam shells and dry seaweed snorted Sea Catch There never has been such a thing in the world as a white seal I can t help that said Matkah there s going to be now And Kotick would indeed benefit from being white What fun that was to readI m so pleased that I discovered this little gem of a book Also to think that it was first published in 1894 and still gives immense pleasure to its readers as can be seen by its place on s best sellers list in the US The Count Of Monte Cristo of Rikki tikki tavi the mongoose and his “great war” against the vicious cobras Nag and Nagaina; 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About the Author: Rudyard Kipling

Joseph Rudyard Kipling was a journalist short story writer poet and novelistKipling's works of fiction include The Jungle Book 1894 Kim 1901 and many short stories including The Man Who Would Be King 1888 His poems include Mandalay 1890 Gunga Din 1890 The Gods of the Copybook Headings 1919 The White Man's Burden 1899 and If— 1910 He is regarded as a major innovator in