Where did he grow up and live? Rudyard Kipling was ﬁrst born on Bombay, India and then moved to England with his sister because of a illness spreading in India. In England he lived in the home of a paid caretaker when he was six through eleven years old.He returned to India when he was sixteen and lived there for seven years. Then he moved to London in 1889 and at 1892 he married an American and lived in the United States.
What inﬂuenced the poets writing? Kipling’s son died in the War World 1 so the death of his son inﬂuenced him. He got beaten up when he was young by the caretaker’s son and so he had a difﬁculty sleeping. So he shared his pain with his readers. Before he was a poet he was a newspaper writer and that inﬂuenced him to become a poet too.
What poem tools or styles is the poet known for?
What poem tools or styles is the poet known for? Rudyard Kipling writes emotions for the audience that were common to everyone. He also uses some rhymes and line breaks in his poems. Kipling uses emphatic sounds and repeat words so that the readers can understand the word emotionally.
Why did the poet write?Kipling wanted people to feel what he was feeling like hispain, sorrow, and happiness. He also wanted to write forpeople that had common emotions. Kipling thought itwas his responsibility to show what he thought.
Who was the poet and what was his/her family like?
Who was the poet and what was his/her family like? The poet is Rudyard Kipling and he had a wife named Caroline and he had 3 children. His son John (picture on the right) died in the war and one of his daughters died from pneumonia. His family had sicknesses and a lot of death, so he had a sad family.