The Jungle Books

By Rudyard Kipling; W. W. Robson | Go to book overview

EXPLANATORY NOTES SECOND JUNGLE BOOK
CONSIDERABLE use has been made in the compilation of these Notes of James McG. Stewart, Rudyard Kipling: A Bibliographical Catalogue ed. A. W. Yeats, Toronto, 1959, and of The Readers' Guide to Rudyard Kipling's Works, ed. R. E. Harbord, to both of whom I express my gratitude. I should also like to thank Dr J. L. Brockington, Department of Sanskrit, University of Edinburgh, for help with a note on 'The Miracle of Purun Bhagat', and Professor S. S. Prawer, of Oxford University, for help with a note on 'In the Rukh'.Abbreviations:'(K)' indicates that the note is taken from 'Author's Notes on the Names in the Jungle Books', first published in volume 12 of the Sussex Edition ( 1937).' Sterndale' refers to Robert Armitage Sterndale Seeonee, or Camp Life on the Satpura Range, 1st edn London, 1877; 2nd edn Calcutta, 1887.
K Kipling
JB The Jungle Book
2JB The Second Jungle Book
The Text:The text is that of the Uniform Edition, with a few changes which are indicated in the Notes. The first and second English edns of The Second Jungle Book were published in 1895, and the first American edn in the same year.
HOW FEAR CAME
First published in The Pall Mail Budget, 7 and 14 June 1894; and in The Pall Mall Gazette, 14 and 5 June 1894, and The New York World, 10 June 1894, as 'A Strange Tale of the Jungle'. For famine in India caused by drought, cf. K's story 'William the Conqueror' ( 1895), collected in The Day's Work ( 1898).
149Mowgli: 'Made up. Doesn't mean "frog" in any language I know. Pronounced Mów-gli' (K).

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  • Contents ii
  • Title Page iii
  • The Jungle Books vi
  • Introduction xii
  • Select Bibliography xxxv
  • A Chronology of Kipling's Life and Works xxxviii
  • The Jungle Book xliii
  • Preface xlv
  • Mowgli's Brothers 1
  • Kaa's Hunting 22
  • Tiger! Tiger! 48
  • The White Seal 67
  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 87
  • Toomai of the Elephants 104
  • Her Majesty's Servants 125
  • The Second Jungle Book 145
  • Contents 147
  • How Fear Came 149
  • The Miracle of Purun Bhagat 168
  • Letting in the Jungle 183
  • The Undertakers 212
  • The King's Ankus 235
  • Quiquern 254
  • Red Dog 278
  • The Spring Running 303
  • Appendix A - In the Rukh 326
  • Appendix B - Ye Dare Not Look Him Between the Eyes' (the Jungle Book, P. II) 350
  • Explanatory Notes First Jungle Book 352
  • Explanatory Notes Second Jungle Book 362
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