Date of Award
Master of Arts in English Composition
These stories are representative of an idea that is repeatedly expressed both in the concrete details of Kipling's stories and in the way he uses language. It is possible to see that Kipling, the archetypical man of the empire, may not always have been the empire's man in his work; and causes for that may be found in the alluring, very non-English place he lived in for several years of his youth: India.
Estus, Steven Clark, "Home and who: A rhetorical analysis of Rudyard Kipling's "Tiger! tiger!' and "Letting in the jungle"" (2003). Theses Digitization Project. 2343.