The Art of Rudyard Kipling

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of the books, tales, essays and verses by Kipling alluded to in this study, with the date of their first appearance and the volume of his works in which they can most readily be found. Pieces uncollected in his life-time are referred to the volume of the Sussex edition of his works in which they appear, except where they have been added to The Complete Stalky & Co or Collected Dog Stories. Some of them are also to be found in the American Outward Bound edition or in the One-Volume Kipling ( New York 1928, reissued as Selected Prose and Poetry of Rudyard Kipling, 1937).

Abaft the Funnel 1909 Sussex ed., vol xxix
(contents 1888, 1889, 1890)
Actions and Reactions 1909
Among the Railway Folk 1888From Sea to Sea
Arrest of Lieutenant Golighty,
The 1886Plain Tales from the Hills
As Easy as ABC 1912A Diversity of Creatures
Astrologer's Song, An 1910Rewards and Fairies
At his Execution 1932Limits and Renewals
At Howli Thana 1888In bLack and White
At the End of the Passage 1890Life's Handicap
At the Pit's Mouth 1888Under the Deodars
Aunt Ellen 1932Limits and Renewals
Baa Baa, Black Sheep 1888Wee WIllie Winkie
Ballad of East and West, The 1890Barrack-Room Ballads
Bank Fraud, A 1887Plain Tales from the Hills
Barrack Fraud, A 1892
Battle of Rupert Square, The 1889 Sussex ed., vol. xxix
Beauty SPots 1931Limits and Renewals
Below the Mill Dam 1902Traffics and Discoveries
Benefactors, The 1912 Sussex ed., vol. xxx
Beyond the Pale 1888Plain Tales from the Hills
Bisara of Pooree, The 1887Plain Tales from the Hills

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