Politics and Awe in Rudyard Kipling's Fiction

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 187 sider
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Peter Havholm blends knowledge of political battles in 1880s British India with close readings of well-known works like 'The Man Who Would Be King', 'Kim', and 'The Light That Failed' to connect Rudyard Kipling's continuing popularity with his youthful discovery that British India could be fictionalized as wondrous. Havholm's reading both acknowledges Kipling's artistic achievement and illuminates the continuing allure of the imperialist fantasy.
  

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Review: Politics and Awe in Rudyard Kipling's Fiction

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I wrote it. Les hele vurderingen

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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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