Kipling Journal: KJ005

Published: Apr 1928

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Contents

PageHeadingAuthor
01ffBust. Biscuit ceramic ware bust by Carlo Norway[ + 005/05 News & Notes]
1Kipling Society, The. Members. Overseas names & addresses (Inset)News & Notes
2Critics. Kipling deals with the enduring problems of humanity (Dobrée)News & Notes + 011/04
2SUPPLICATION OF THE BLACK ABERDEEN (v). Illustrations listed['Strand Magazine', etc]
3Critics. Kipling is a supreme interviewer… (Ellis Roberts)News & Notes
4Coffee. Planter upset at K.’s preference for Brazilian coffeeNews & Notes
4Hardy. Pall-bearers listed at Thomas Hardy’s funeralNews & Notes
4Kipling: the man and his work; lecture by Miss Ellen BowickNews & Notes
4Robinson, Edward Kay. Kipling’s editor at the CMG, Lahore. ObituaryNews & Notes
5Mr. Punch’s Personalities: Kipling one of a series of portraits + stanzaNews & Notes
6Kipling Society, The. Midland[s] Circle meeting, Jan 11, 1928
7Favourite stories. 2: Suggestion well received. 15 listings included+ C1 006/30 & 31
10.007 (DW). How should the title be pronounced? R 007/20C1 + R
10Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 4: Kim speaksBloch, Regina Miriam
10JUNGLE BOOKS. How should Mowgli be pronounced?C1
10Publishing. How many firms have published works by Kipling?C
11Names. Rudyard Kipling: a name study + 004/22 (News & Notes)Bloch, Miss R.M.
12KNIGHTS OF THE JOYOUS VENTURE (POPH). Source materialFerguson, J. DeLancey
16Kipling: some early influences; more reminiscences by M’TurkBeresford, G.C.
18Auctions & sales. American Art Association sale, January 1928
20Auctions & sales. Items of great interest at Sotheby & Co, April 1928
21&03BOOK OF WORDS: 31 speeches. Macmillan. 7/6 C 006/29Review + C1
22Stalky’s reminiscences, by Maj-Gen. L.C. Dunsterville. Cape 7/6. 1928Review
24Scrutinies: unsympathetic studies of our elders by some of the juniors…[Brief review]
25Lawrence, T.E. Kipling and Lawrence [: a question of plagiarism?]C1
29Kipling Society, The. Fitting link [with] Britons overseasC
29Papua. Staff surveyor who ‘never go[es] without a set of Kipling’C
29Pen picture of Kipling at work: tales handed down in the CMGC
30Kipling Journal, The. Pagination suggestionC1

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