Mr. Kipling reveals life by flashes of vulgarityOscar Wilde.
I don't think the reading of Kipling ever changed anybody's life very much George Bernard Shaw.
Then there was Rudyard Kipling, with the gorgeous East and the British Empire rattling like loose change in his trouser pockets.E. F. Benson.
IF is probably the most popular poem now in the worldJohn Masefield.
It isn't what you write but where, and when, and how.
How all too high we hold
The noise which men call fame,
The dross that men call gold! Rudyard Kipling.
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