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[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Jungle Books ✈ Rudyard Kipling – Eiyo.us

The Jungle Books The Classic Tale Of Mowgli, The Man Cub, Who Is Raised By A Pack Of Wolves Andlearns The Law Of The Jungle From His Animal Friends Mowgli Knows, However, That The Day Will Come When He Must Leave His Friends In The Jungle And Takehis Place As A Man In Society A Deluxe BBC Production Featuring A Full Castand Starring Eartha Kitt Complete With Original Music And Sound Effects.

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Jungle Books  ✈ Rudyard Kipling – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • The Jungle Books
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • English
  • 25 July 2017
  • 0451523407

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Jungle Books ✈ Rudyard Kipling – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    My new favourite.Incredible 10 10Timeless So much thought and imagination Animal lover forever.Everything made sense, the laws of the jungle Can t rememeber the last time i read something so amazing and unique.I dont cry reading books but this nearly got me at the end.


  2. says:

    eBookOnce again, I m struck by the savagery that resonates throughout Kipling s writing It would be so easy to think of The Jungle Book in aDisney fied light talking animals, singing, the rhythmic cadences of a fairy tale or lullaby But overarching all that is the ever present reminder that the world of the jungle is a world of nature, red in tooth and claw Mowgli is raised by wolves and instructed by Baloo for the explicit purpose of survival in a harsh world that actively seeks his d eBookOnce again, I m struck by the savagery that resonates th...


  3. says:

    Yeah, yeah, ignore the White Man s Burden stuff Kipling is one of the best storytellers who ever lived, and neither the author s obnoxious politics nor a complete butchery of this wonderful wonderful story in its ...


  4. says:

    This was a Jepheny Mah Fah buddy read that we went into with great excitement and enthusiasm Can t Wait So looking forward to this I ve had this on my shelves forever, let s get started Woo Hoo Alas, it was on the disappointing side The hope was to get the original take on these stories that Disney has whitewashed on a couple of occasions and to that point it does succeed Sort of Kipling presents the adventures of a feral jungle boy and his bloodthirsty pals as they brutally This was a Jepheny Mah Fah buddy read that we went into with great excitement and enthusiasm Can t Wait So looking forward to this I ve had this on my shelves forever, let s get started Woo Hoo Alas, it was on the disappointing side The hope was to get the original take on these stories that Disney has whitewashed on a couple of occasions and to that point it does succeed Sort of Kipling presents the adventures of a feral jungle boy and his bloodthirsty pals as they brutally live by the law of the jungle No singing No dancing No resulting cute plushy version of Shere Khan to wander around Disneyl...


  5. says:

    My Mom bought me The Jungle Book from her school and for years I didn t read it.Not until the summers of 2015 came and I promised myself that I m going to complete that years Goodreads challenge After reading the book, I remembered the d...


  6. says:

    Whilst I think it is important to note and be aware of Rudyard Kipling s acknowledged support for imperialism and colonialism when reading any of his works these aren t themes which I found to be particularly evident let alone prevalent throughout this book Whilst we may find his politics distasteful at best and abhorrent at worst, I do think it is valid to judge a book or any other work of art outside of and standing alone from the artists political moral beliefsspecifically and Whilst I think it is important to note and be aware of Rudyard Kipling s acknowledged...


  7. says:

    2.5 StarsI liked some storiesthan others The first few were my favorite and then I got bored Half read, half listened to on audio b c it seemed every time I picked it up, I fell asleep.


  8. says:

    Probably the first books that I read in English Can t wait for the upcoming movie.


  9. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyable Thank you, Karen, for this.


  10. says:

    I read this to Nick because I read it myself as a first grader Yes, I was a precocious reader Since I haven t even glanced at it in the quarter century of intervening years, it was interesting to come back to it In some ways I was disappointed as an adult reader The formal, quasi Elizabethan language the animals use to talk to each other struck me as pretentious, which I don t believe was at all my original reaction There was that almost total lack of female characters that is al...

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