Rudyard Kipling — Something of Myself

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Rudyard Kipling. Image: Daily Telegraph

Having recently re-read Rudyard Kipling’s memoir, Something of Myself, I had forgotten what a real delight it is and, in these cancel culture times, a much needed reminder of Kipling’s past, and our collective emotional links to it, even if we are unaware of them.

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