Age of Kipling.
New York, Simon and Schuster 
|提及的人：||Rudyard Kipling; Rudyard Kipling; Rudyard Kipling; Rudyard Kipling|
|注意：||London ed. (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) published under title: Rudyard Kipling: the man, his work and his world.|
|描述：||xii, 178 pages illustrations 26 cm|
|内容：||Gross, J. Foreword.--Miller, B. Kipling's first novel.--Smith, J.A. Boy of letters.--Baldwin, A.W. John Lockwood Kipling.--Chaudhuri, N.C. The finest story about India--in English.--Edwardes, M. Oh to meet an Army man: Kipling and the soldiers.--Mason, P. Kipling and the civilians.--Morris, J. Hill stations.--MacInnes, C. Kipling and the music halls.--Edel, L.A young man from the provinces: Rudyard Kipling and Wolcott Balestier.--Cornell, L. The American venture.--Shepperson, G. Kipling and the Boer War.--Stokes, E. Kipling's imperialism.--Conquest, R.A note on Kipling's verse.--Avery, G. The children's writer.--Green, R.L. The countryman.--Sandison, A.A matter of vision: Rudyard Kipling and Rider Haggard.--Bergonzi, B. Kipling and the First World War.--Raymond, J. The last phase.--Stewart, J.I.M. Kipling's reputation.--French, P. Kipling and the movies.|
|責任：||Edited by John Gross.|
Kipling is a writer who in many ways lends himself to over-simplification, and he is still no doubt most commonly thought of, not without reason, as a kind of cartoon figure, a handy textbook symbol of the Empire that was. Yet he was in fact far more contradictory and many-sided than either friends or foes generally gave him credit for being during his own lifetime, and if the essays in this collection range widely both in theme and approach, it is in an effort to capture something of his complexity and versatility. The man who emerges may often have chosen to take a bold or even crude line, but it was not through any lack of subtlety in his own make-up; he may have had among his other gifts an almost unequalled talent for coining slogans and catchphrases, but he himself defies any easy formula or summing-up. - Foreword.