Critical Analysis Of If By Rudyard Kipling Essays and Term Papers

  • Critical Analysis of the Gardener by Rudyard Kipling

    The Gardener By Rudyard Kipling It can be seen in "The Gardener" by Rudyard Kipling that the relationships are very complex. For example Helen Turrell, Michael Turrell and the gardeners relationship can be perceived in many different ways. The most likely scenario is that Helen is the mother...

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  • If by Rudyard Kipling Analysis

    English ISU Rudyard Kipling was born in 1865 and through the years of living in Bombay, he learned about the British Empire. Kipling gave much too English literature and wrote poetry, short stories, and novels1. When Kipling was five, his parents sent him to boarding school in England so he could...

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  • Analysis of "If" by Rudyard Kipling

    The fist stanza of the poem “If” talks about being true to yourself. There are always people who misjudge you or don’t like or respect you for one reason or the other. It tells you to rise above those obstacles and prove them wrong and yourself right. You should not let others provoke you into doing...

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  • Poetry Analysis If by Rudyard Kipling

    English 113 9 November 2012 Poetry Analysis by Rudyard Kipling “If” As I analyze this poem, I get a sense of life’s challenges and how someone can overcome those who refuse to take accountability for their own actions.  Considering the poem using point of view, I wonder whether it is being told...

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  • 'If' by Rudyard Kipling Analysis

    SPEC SLIMS Poem Analysis If by Rudyard Kipling The poem ‘If’ is directed to Kipling’s son, and is a message to him on his route to manhood. This is seen in the very last line of the poem, when Kipling writes: “And- which is more- you’ll be a Man, my son!” The poem is about setting goals, taking risks...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    The Legendary Life of Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling was one of the greatest writers of all time. He was a gifted writer and a huge celebrity, and has provided us with countless writings that will continue to be enjoyed by future generations. There are two perspectives when it comes to Kipling’s canonization;...

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  • "If" by Rudyard Kipling

    This analysis of If by Kipling is a decoded version of what the poet wants to convey through his didactic words. In the first stanza he shows his readers the ideal way to act during times of acute crisis. The poet asks his readers to make themselves strong enough such that they can take responsibility...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    &Comp. November 24,2013 Rudyard Kipling Joseph Rudyard Kipling was a famous English short story writer, poet, and novelist born December 30th, 1865. One of his many accomplishments was winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. The poem "What the People Said" written in 1887 Kipling tells of a Queen giving...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, however he was educated in England at the United Services College. Then in 1882 he returned to Bombay where he started to work for the Anglo-Indian newspapers. His literary career started with Departmental Ditties, which was published in 1886. He was a prolific writer...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    "Joseph Rudyard Kipling was a famous English poet, short-story writer, and novelist mostly remembered for his celebration of the British imperialism, stories as well as poems of the British soldiers in India, plus his stories for the children. Kipling was also awarded with the Nobel Prize for Literature...

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  • If by rudyard kipling

    “If you can dream and not make dreams your master; if you can think and not make thought your aim”. “If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you.”(9-10) two lines from the poem - If that certainly don’t express gender specific advice in the 21st century. The entire poem reads as ambiguous in nature...

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  • rudyard kipling

    embarrassments. This description applies to Rudyard Kipling, to whom the Swedish Academy has awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 1907. He was the first Englishman to be honoured with this award and to date remains its youngest recipient. Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born on 30th December, 1865 in...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    The short story “How the Leopard Got His Spots” by Rudyard Kipling starts out in a time when all animals in the High Veldt were very plain. The leopard was the most plain and blended in with the yellowish sand color of the desert the best. This enabled him to hide and kill the other animals like the...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    believe the best of everybody, it saves so much trouble.” B. This is a famous quote by Rudyard Kipling. C. Rudyard Kipling was a literary breakout of his time. II. Main topic #1 A. Rudyard Kipling had an interesting childhood. 1. He was born in India. 2. He had a family...

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  • Rudyard Kipling

    Rudyard KiplingFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search "Kipling" redirects here. For other uses, see Kipling (disambiguation). Joseph Rudyard Kipling Photograph from 1914 Born Joseph Rudyard Kipling 30 December 1865(1865-12-30) Bombay, British India Died 18 January...

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  • False Dawn by Rudyard Kipling

    How the leopard got his spots Joseph Rudyard Kipling was an English poet, short-story writer, and novelist chiefly remembered for his celebration of British imperialism, tales and poems of British soldiers in India, and his tales for children. Kipling received the 1907 Nobel Prize for Literature. He...

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  • intepretation of "If" by Rudyard Kipling

    N The name of this poem is “If” by Rudyard Kipling. The meaning of this title is portraying the idea of becoming a good person with superior morals. Kipling’s use of the word ‘if’ for the title is supposed to demonstrate the characteristics of an ideal man and if his morals are correct then he will...

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  • A brief biography of Rudyard Kipling

    Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 in Bombay, India (British Empire). When Rudyard was a young boy, he and his sister, Alice, had an Indian nurse who told them great stories about the jungle animals. These stories stayed with Rudyard throughout his life. When he was about six years old his...

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  • Rudyard Kipling-speech

    almost where he left ground. “Man!” he snapped. “A man’s cub. Look!” ×××××××× Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born on 30 December 1865 in Bombay India, son of Alice née MacDonald and John Lockwood Kipling. Some of Kipling’s earliest and fondest memories are of his and sister Alice’s trips to the bustling...

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  • Compare and Contrast 'If' by Rudyard Kipling

    The three most common poetic devices that are presented in this poem are repetition, personification, and alliteration. Repetition In this poem, Kipling uses repetition with the word “you” throughout the entire poem to emphasize how important “you” is. Personification There are three examples of...

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