Kipling Journal: KJ278

Published: Jun 1996

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06&13Japan. Kipling and Japan…(see above) illustrations, with comment p08Editorial
9Letters of Rudyard Kipling, edited by Thomas Pinney. Vol 3.Editorial (review)
11Japan. Kipling and Japan, with particular reference to K’s 1889 visitLittlewood, Ian
21Books. Kipling and other books. Joint conference with Open UniversityLewis, Lisa
23Bookplate: “Tied up in tails! or tales…”. A sketched design by RK
29Empire and responsibility; thesis on K’s poetry. Extract 3Cherry, Fred [See:Thesis]
40Stewart. James McGregor Stewart: Kipling collector and biographerC
41Sailing to Picardy. See: Worst slip?…CR
42Jews. Kipling and Jews R 279/53&54 280/53&55C + R
44Westward Ho! and Pebble Ridge…references in railway volumeC
46PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. Too plain, perhaps? R 279/58C3
47Guardian of standards: Journal’s listing in ‘The Field’C
47TOMLINSON (v). Of Berkeley Square. Identity enquiryC
48Parody. Idiot boy: Kipling’s parody of WordsworthC4
49Old Volunteer, The. Pseudo-Kipling forgery verses + text 252/53C
50Calypso. ‘…Kipling done to a calypso beat…’C
50USA. News from Rudyard, USAC5
51Auctions & sales. Letter to Robert Chalmers (Sept 1904), priced @ £225C8
51JUST SO STORIES. Video presentations by Philips Interactive MediaC7
52Hedin, Kipling and The Great WarC
54Traveller’s literary companion to the Indian sub-continentBook review note
55&57CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Characteristic drawings from USA edsBusoni, Rafaello
58Gemini. Illustration from ‘The Kipling Birthday Book’, compiled in 1896Kipling, Lockwood

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