The Jungle Book



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Joseph Rudyard Kipling was a journalist, short story writer, poet, and novelist.Kipling 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

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  • The Jungle Book
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  • 26 December 2018

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    I didn t know that The Jungle Book was a collection of tales Thanks to the Disney movie, I had always identified this novel with the story of Mowgli, the man cub raised by a pack of wolves But another bedtime reading to my daughter makes me discover that this book is made up of seven stories, and only three of them tell about Mowgli Mowgli s Brothers , Kaa s Hunting and Tiger Tiger The search for a place to live safe from hunters is told in The White Seal Rikki Tikki Tavi presents us with a nice domesticated mongoose Toomai of the Elephants tells the story of a child with great talent Finally, an unusual night meeting is told in Her Majesty s Servants And to the well known characters of Bagheera, Baloo, Kaa, Shere Khan and Akela, are added Rikki Tikki Tavi, Nag, Nagaina, Kotick, Sea Catch, Billy the mule and many others.

    Probably this is not a maserpiece, anyway Kipling produces an enjoyable read The Jungle Book , or the untamed beauty of wildlife.

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    Non sapevo che Il Libro della Giungla fosse una raccolta di racconti, grazie alla Disney lo avevo sempre identificato con la storia di Mowgli, il cucciolo di uomo che viene allevato da un branco di lupi Invece l ennesima lettura della buonanotte a mia figlia mi fa scopr...

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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 Kipling4.5 5 Kipling, Mowgli, 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 waiting for me to join Mowgli again on his jungle adventures until last week These stories are absolutely beautiful It comes as no surprise that Kipling considered himself a poet first, for these stories are truly poetic Kipling s writing style is beautifully lyrical His language flows with a whimsicalness Reading these stories, I felt that Kipling appreciated the sound of language as much as its ability to convey a message One thing I must clear up is the perception that this is a children s book Disney be damned, this is not a children s book It is ideal for young adults, but this is no children s book.From the start, I felt I really lived this book Mowgli and I ran through the jungle together with our fellow wolf cubs to listen to Akel...

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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 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 equal to.Oddly 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 unforgettable The 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...

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    my best childhood story absolutely the jungle book mowgli beautiful adventure

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    IMO, Rudyard Kipling is the worst example of the quintessential British Imperialist and Colonialist His attitude towards India is contemptuous and condescending As a person, I dislike him intensely.Ki...

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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 book.Now if you are looking for a review from someone with an in depth knowledge of Rudyard Kipling s works you had better look elsewhere My Kipling fu is so feeble I did not even know The Jungle Book was an anthology, not a novel about a badass little boy who blazed a trail for Tarzan It didn t even occur to me to read this book until I saw the trailer for the new 2015 movie a few days ago.I m just going to run through the list of the stories then 1 Mowgli s BrothersThis surprised me, it s basically the entire story of Mowgli as I know it from the movies animated and live action I wonder if Shere Khan is the inspiration for Chaka Khan cue eye rolls If you only read one story from this book what a silly notion read this one.2 Hunting Song of the Seeonee PackNice poem, all the poems in this book are nice.3 Kaa s HuntingThis goes back up the timeline from the conclus...

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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 include Mowgli s Brothers Story Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack Song Kaa s Hunting Story Road Song of the Bandar Log Song Tiger Tiger Story Mowgli s Song Song The White Seal Story Lukannon Song Rikki Tikki Tavi Story Darzee s Chant Song Toomai of the Elephants Story Shiv and the Grasshopper Song Her Majesty s Servants Story Parade Song of the Camp Animals Song This is also not a child s book, it is dark, threatening and violent Even Baloo while teaching Mowgli the ways and language of the jungle, leaves him heavily bruised The general story, we all know, as Mowgli the Man Cub the Frog is found as an infant and reared by wolves, taught and watched over by Baloo and Bagheera, and hunted by Shere Khan However, if you ve only seen the films and are unaware of the book, then expect a few surprises The role of characters are tra...

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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 Mowgli on the cover of The Jungle Book , well I had to purchase it and also support the Lifeboats as they do such marvellous work.I 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 them.Who 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 sta...

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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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    PRE READ as he believes I read too much Abs books wrinkles nose Commencing on the 8th of August 9 Aug Aus time POST READ EDITED FOR Luke s review link This is the second time I read The Jungle Book The first one was when I was in secondary school as I had to write an essay for it.This story was memorable coz it was the same time when I first start wearing glasses So, needless to say this was the very first story I read with my pair.Back then though, you were considered teased called as a nerd when you wear spectacles The bigger the frames, the bigger the lenses, the nerdER you are.So, you can just imagine my hesitations and disappointment when I ve been told I needed a pair.Nowadays, every second person I see wears them.Glasses became a fashion statement Glasses make a big fashion statement So, back to the book When Luke asked me to BR this classic, I said yes to it, of course.When I got my copy though, I had to double check the cover The book was thickER than I expected.And then after reading Mowgli s Brothers I was surprised that there were pages to turn Huh So then I realised that the book consists of short stories and poems.Though, only three or four of them are actually stories about Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera aka Baloogheera as Luke cleverly put the two names together and Shere Khan Alrighty then, read , I did Side comment I think my teacher has provided the class a photocopy of Mowgli s Brother story only I liked all of the stor...

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