Politics and Awe in Rudyard Kipling's Fiction

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 187 sider
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This is a study of the forms, ethics, politics and aesthetics of Kipling's fiction. Havholm both traces the sources of Kipling's imperialist ideology and demonstrates how and why his fiction so often brings genuine pleasure to readers who violently disagree with that ideology.
  

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Rudyard Kiplings University Year
19
Let the Sovereign Speak
43
Attending to Cultural Context
67
For to Admire
87
The Uncomplicated Soul
115
Dayspring Mishandled
137
Appendix 1
157
Bibliography
175
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Peter Havholm is Professor of English at The College of Wooster in Ohio, USA.

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