Join us to share and enjoy the writings of Rudyard Kipling

Do you recognise these lines? 

…looking through my slit bamboo blinds, I could see the great dog standing, not sleeping, in the veranda, the hackles alift on her back, and her feet planted as tensely as the drawn wire rope of a suspension bridge. In the very short pauses of the thunder I tried to sleep, but it seemed that some one wanted me very badly. He, whoever he was, was trying to call me by name, but his voice was no more than a husky whisper.

Have you read Kipling’s 4 novels?

1892 with Wolcott Balestier

Re-discover The Jungle Books