Person    | Male  Born 30/12/1865  Died 18/1/1936

Rudyard Kipling

Categories: Literature, Poetry, Race Issues, Seriously Famous

Countries: India

Poet and story writer. Born: Bombay, India. Died: London. See Waterloo Free Buffet.

2021: The Guardian reported some updates to English Heritage's information on Kipling: "While his children’s stories remain popular today, Kipling has been criticised for his imperialist views and romanticising colonialism in his writings".

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Rudyard Kipling

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Kipling House

The wording on the plaque could have been clearer. The first half is giving t...

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Rudyard Kipling

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