Published: Mar 1971
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|2||Brecht. Brecht’s use of Kipling’s intellectual property…||Editorial|
|3||KIM. Quest for identity in Kim||Editorial|
|4||Illustrators. More Kipling illustrators||Editorial|
|5||Annual luncheon 1970, including the address by Viscount Cobham|
|8||FAIRY-KIST (L&R). Something spooky; discussion meeting (B.Purefoy)||Text & report|
|8||IN THE SAME BOAT (DOC). Something spooky; discussion (B.Purefoy)||Text & report|
|8||WISH HOUSE (D&C). Something spooky; discussion meeting (B.Purefoy)||Text & report|
|14||STALKY & CO. Stalky and Kipling. Part 2||Brogan, Hugh|
|20||REWARDS & FAIRIES. Sir Hugh and Sir Richard: age query||Houlton, E.N.|
|21||REGULUS (DOC). Winton’s ‘only known jest’||Houlton, E.N.|
|22||AS EASY AS A.B.C. (DOC). Kipling’s foresight + R181/15||C|
|22||Working classes. Kipling and the working classes: a personal interpretation||Keating, Peter|