SEARCHING THE KIPLING JOURNAL
FINDING AND SEARCHING INDIVIDUAL BACK-NUMBERS
We have scanned the full run of Kipling Journal back-numbers that have been published since 1927 to make them available on this site. To save data space on the server we have converted each issue into a single plain text file, from which you can cut and paste articles that interest you. Please note the following points:
we have not included the Journals for the past two years. These are, of course, available to members of the Kipling Society, who receive them quarterly in printed form. The contents lists of the past eight editions are, though, covered in the Kipling Journal Index. (see below).
all images have been stripped out because these are text files. All formatting has been lost including the full justification
the start of each page in the Journal is indicated by the symbol
Journals 51 to 124 have very narrow bands of text because they were printed in double columns per page
double line spacing has been used in certain sections (particularly the index pages) to make it easier to handle the bulk of the material.
for a list of the issues so far available, and a facility for searching for words or phrases within an issue.
The Journal Index (below) is another means of enabling you to locate the issues which contain articles you wish to read. (This covers all the journals published). For editions up to the last eight, once you have an issue textfile up on the screen, you can use your Text Editor or Word Processor to find a particular article via its title or page number.
SEARCHING AND BROWSING THE JOURNAL INDEX
For guidance on how to search and browse the Index, click here.
For editorial guidance on how the Index works, click here.
Search for specific entries
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Once the table has loaded you can search on a word through your browser by using 'Edit' and 'Find'.