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    places. Rudyard Kipling illustrates imperialism in India in The Jungle Book. The characters in these stories can represent British people fighting for British control, British people fighting for Indian rule, Indian people fighting for British control, and Indian people fighting for Indian rule. Characters in Mowgli’s Brothers such as the wolves, Mowgli, Shere Khan, Bagheera, and Baloo symbolize these roles in society. The Jungle Book uses allegory to show imperialism in India in various ways. In

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    Summary: The story The Jungle Book is a collection of stories written about the ecosystems and everyone’s part in it. This book is written mostly from the animals point of view telling their feelings and their unheard laws. The book was written in a very simple form and was very easy to read, understand, and analyze. This story was broken up into seven parts. The first three parts were coinciding and had the same characters throughout. The other four stories were entirely separate although they

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    Part 1: Identifying 1.) Protagonists- In a story or movie the Protagonist(s) is/are the main character(s). In the story A separate Peace the protagonist is Phineas(Finny). 2.) Antagonists- In a story or movie the Antagonist(s) is/are the character or force in conflict with a main character, or Protagonist(s). In the story A Separate Peace the Antagonist is Gene. 3.) Setting- In a story or movie the Setting is the time & place of the action. In the story A Separate Peace the setting is at the Devon

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    The Jungle Book is a fiction book made by Rudyard Kipling. It is about a man cub that was lost in the jungle and he is adopted by the mother wolf and and father wolf, they take him to council rock and Bageera the panther and Baloo the bear fight to get him in. But Shere Khan the tiger wants to kill him this is a very good book. Key idea 1 So Mowgli is the man cub that everyone in the jungle wants. Especially Shere Khan the

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    the Jungle Book. On doing some research and reacquainting myself with the stories themselves, I found that though Hanuman and his people are not exactly like the singing and dancing apes who desperately want fire, they do share many qualities with the Bandar-log of Rudyard Kipling’s the Jungle Books. The tales in these two volumes tell the story of Mowgli, a young Indian boy who is separated from his parents by a tiger attack and adopted by wolves. While there he becomes a part of the jungle and

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    Unlike him, Mowgli, the main hero of R. Kipling's The Jungle Books, will never believe in God, although he not only comes into contact with supernatural force, but grows up in the supernatural world, the world of animals. The supernatural worlds in these works of British literature seem to be unlike each other. Nevertheless, the supernatural world in C. Dickens's A Christmas Carol, and the supernatural world in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Books have a lot in common: they exist, link with the world

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    The Jungle Book Analysis

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    Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel The Jungle is a political statement piece that was written to show the conditions of immigrants workers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Sinclair, through weeks of extensive research, gathered enough information to form a story based on the evidence he had gathered. Although The Jungle is a work of fiction, Sinclair’s novel is still said to be a primary source due the the fact that it was based on research he was doing personally, it was written near

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    the wolfs. It was Tabiqui; all wolfs hate Tabiqui because he runs all around making mischiefs, telling tales, eating rags and pieces of leather from the village rubbish heaps. But, they were afraid of him because Tabiqui more than anyone else on the jungle is adapted to get mad but then he forgets very quickly, he runs on the forest biting everything on his way. He is so furious that even the tiger hide when he past. Enter there and look said the father wolf that was very stiffly, but there’s nothing

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    Shere Khan as the Enemy in Mowgli's Brothers of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling was written in the year 1894 as a series of short stories based primarily in the jungles of India. The first story, 'Mowgli's Brothers' introduces a number of characters that feature throughout additional stories in the novel. The antagonist a tiger named Shere Kahn, is introduced early in the novel and presents the ongoing danger against the protagonist, 'man-child', Mowgli

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    The Jungle by Upton Sinclair exemplifies a muckraking style in its often gory depictions of life in a meat packing factory, Sinclair writes of how the meat packing industry exploits its workers, many of whom are uneducated and poor in the same way a capitalist government exploits it's working class. Sinclair uses Symbolism in terms of physical objects, Objects that serve a metaphorical purpose, and oppressive tone, to persuade the reader that Capitalism leads to the declination and corruption of

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