Born in Bombay, Joseph Rudyard Kipling was interested in the romance and adventure he found in Great Britain's colonial expansion. His works are imbued with the poetry of heartfelt emotion experienced by an honest and probing observer of life and human nature. The vigor of Kipling's writing is evidenced by the cover of this journal, which reproduces his illustrated letter "The Song of Songs which is Solomon's."
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Marks of Genius: Masterpieces from the Collections of the Bodleian Libraries
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