Rudyard Kipling

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ZachWeiner
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Rudyard Kipling

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Just finished "The Man Who Would Be King," and highly recommend it. Anyone else a fan of late 18th century British fiction?

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I really enjoyed "The Once and Future King" by T.H. White, but that's mid 20th century so it doesn't count. :(
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I adore Kipling. I was immensely impressed by the book "The Man Who Would Be King" and reading it made me be interested in Kipling's life. I must say his life story is even more exciting than stories.
So I suggest everyone get acquainted with it.

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