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  • The PoetBy: Matthew Lim, Joseph Hwang, Daniel Ryu, and T.S Cho 5B
  •  The poet was Rudyard Kipling His family called him Ruddy When he was young, he lived with a caretaker in England. He married Caroline Balestier and had three children.
  • Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, India.He lived in England to escape a dangerous illness that was in India.He traveled and lived in many places, but called their house in the Sussex ,”home”. View slide
  •  Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865. The great poet died on January 18, 1936 at the age of 71. View slide
  •  Sometimes Rudyard Kipling wrote to criticize the U.S about how they treated the native people unfairly and their lack of humility. As a child Rudyard liked poetry. Some of his favorite poets were Emerson, Browning, Tennyson, and Poe. The United States is so great and we have the right to treat Rudyard Kipling’s people unfairly!
  •  Rudyard Kipling wrote about emotions and ideas that were common to everyone. He used characters that had feelings that were familiar to everyone .Ex . The frog was very sad.
  •  Rudyard Kipling wanted to tell the United states about their lack of humility and how they treated his native people unfairly. He wanted people to see characters in his poem have some same feelings and ideas as them.
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