Given his rather tumultuous and difficult childhood, it is no surprise that many of his works have a streak of cynical and brutal sentiments within them. Once finished with his schooling, Kipling returned to British India, where his father got him a job as the assistant editor of the Civil and M... ... middle of paper ... ...ed his influence to get John into the military despite his initial rejection, Kipling felt personally responsible for his son’s demise and was crippled by the overwhelming guilt that overcame him. Kipling’s own death in 1936 at the age of 70 was followed by a decline in the popularity of his works, largely due to changing views and the disintegration of the British Empire following the end of World War II. India itself was one of the first countries to break away from the British Empire and to secure its independence as a sovereign nation in 1947. However, with the progression of the twentieth century, Kipling’s works regained favor and earned him a place among the canon of British literary history.
Messages of Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling born in Bombay in 1865 was a novelist, poet, journalist, and short story writer. His parents sent him to school in England to be educated. Kipling then returned to India when he was 17. When he returned to India Kipling was sure to make himself known as a writer and he did it very quickly. Kipling was known as an excellent journalist.
Frost was then sent to Dartmouth college by his controlling grandfather, who saw it as the proper place for him to train to become a businessman. Frost read even more in college, and learned that he loved poetry. His poetry had little success getting published, and he had to work various jobs to make a living, such as a shoemaker, a country schoolteacher, and a farmer. In 1912 Frost gave up his teaching job, sold his farm, and moved to England. He received aid from poets suck as Edward Thomas and Rupert Brooke, and published his first two volumes of poetry, A Boy's Will in 1913, and North of Boston in 1914.
His early poems Blake wrote at the age of 12. However, being early apprenticed to a manual occupation, journalistic-social career was not open to him. His first book of poems, POETICAL SKETCHES, appeared in 1783 and was followed by SONGS OF INNOCENCE (1789), and SONGS OF EXPERIENCE (1794). His most famous poem, 'The Tyger', was part of his Songs of Experience. He approved of free love, and sympathized with the actions of the French revolutionaries but the Reign of Terror sickened him.
Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 to John and Alice Kipling. At the time of Joseph’s birth the Kipling’s had recently arrived in India. They had moved to the town of Bombay (now Mumbai) from England with plans of starting a new life and helping the British government run the continent. Young Joseph Kipling loved the exciting life that came with living in India. He often explored local markets with his nanny and sister, he learned the language at a young age, and fell in love with the country and culture.
Rudyard Kipling “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” –Rudyard Kipling. Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 at Bombay, India. Kipling spent the first six years of his idyllic life in India until his family moved back to England in 1871. After six months of living in England his parents abandoned him and his three year old sister, leaving them with the Holloway family, which in turn mistreated him physically and psychologically, this left him with a sense of betrayal and scars mentally, but it was then Kipling started to grow a love for literature. Between 1878 and 1882 he attended the United Services College at Westward Ho in north Devon.
Instead, writing became his passion. Robert’s childhood was plagued with sickness and fever with symptoms of tuberculosis. As a result, regular schooling became difficult, (Cyclopedia of World Authors, 1927). According to Magills Survey of World Literature Stevenson didn’t learn to read until he was 7 years old, but he enjoyed stories told to him by his father of adventure. This enabled Robert’s imagination to grow and he created his own tales.
Young Pope struggled to receive a decent education. When he was six, he loved to read Peterson 2 books and later discovered the epic Homer. Later in that age, he was expelled from his school in London by penal law of the Parliament, prohibiting Roman Catholics living within 10 miles near London. Pope was tutored and given home school by his... ... middle of paper ... ...ing the 18th century since William Shakespeare. Even though he was diagnosed with a terrible disease, he still continued his effort.
Kipling escaped his troubles through books and writing. Soon, a worker for the foster home saw Kipling’s condition from the abuse, and contacted his mother and was liberated from what he claimed “a nightmare”. Kipling was sent to a new school where he flourished. The family unfortunately could not afford college, so they sent him back to India where he reencountered his past experiences. Seven years later Kipling, soaking his fame up from his short stories in India, he returned to England.
Following his father’s death he attended Jesus College at which he did not do so well. Coleridge then left college early in much debt and enlisted the Calvary (Bloom 1). As a young poor poet he was now fully interested in politics and religion. Religion especially stepped in and became big in Coleridge’s life. He b... ... middle of paper ... ... the gap between the inside world and the outside one, the mind and physical reality.