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  1. 1. BIO OF Rudyard Kipling Rudyard KiplingBY: Jasmine, Ashley, Andrei, and Andrew
  2. 2. where did the poet live and grow up?Kipling was born in India, Bombay until he was 6 yrs old. When he was 16 years old, he was a professionalnewspaper man, he also learned how to be succinct, andaccurate in detail, and interested in stories of otherpeople that him a sucessful writer.Later, he moved to London in 1889 and marriedCaroline(Carrie) Balestier.4 years later he and Carrie moved back to England,eventually settling in Sussex the village of Burwash.
  3. 3. What influenced the poet’s writing?He loved the poet called Poe when he was little.Kipling had a very extraordinarily large imaginationwhen he was young and put that in his poems andstories.He also put a lot of his exagerating feelings into hispoems.He was well-known as a British writer.
  4. 4. whEn did the poet live?He was born on December 30, 1865 and kept onwriting and passed away on 1936.In 1894. He published the first part of The JungleBook, stories about a boy growing up among wildanimals.
  5. 5. what Poetic tools or styles is the poet KnownHe captured the feel and flavor of Indian life in hismany books, short stories, and poems.He included novels of adventure and imaginativestories about wild animals.When he was age 12 in his boarding school and therehe wrote about his friends and adventures Stalky andCo.
  6. 6. Who was the poet and what was his family like?Kipling lived in India until age 6 when he was sent offto his family’s homeland of England.Once he arrived, he was put in the strict care of arelative while his parents remained in India and hewas miserable.
  7. 7. why did the poet write?He put his feelings to share his feelings with otherpeople and he also had a very wild imaginationHe wanted to make children learn typical lessons inhis stories and poems.