Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, however he was educated in England at the United Services College. Then in 1882 he returned to Bombay where he started to work for the Anglo-Indian newspapers. His literary career started with Departmental Ditties, which was published in 1886. He was a prolific writer and he achieved fame rather quickly with his writing. He was the poet of the British Empire and the common solider, whom he glorified in many of
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seems to one of his best and most interesting that he wrote. As all he talks about is how a man needs to be this perfect model never crying, never showing any feeling and always acting in this perfect manner. He also wrote about the common solider and spoke very well of him but when war came around he wrote his anti-war poems and spoke of how he thought there should not be the war.