Rudyard Kipling - Selected Poetry
Kiplng, Rudyard
This selection of Kipling's poetry demonstrates that, despite his reputation, Kipling's skills were far beyond those of Edwardian versifier. On the contrary, he was a great modernist poet crafting his work out of the rawest materials of life, as contemporary in his outlook as Pound or Picasso. In his Introduction and in his choice of Kipling's work, Craig Raine reassess the poet's gifts, in particular his use of imagery, rhythm and sound....
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