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13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 29 Nov. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 9 Dec. 41 'The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows' 'In the House of Suddhoo' 'The Story of Muhammad Din' 'The Other Man' 'Three and - an Extra' 'The Rescue of Plumes' 'The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly' 'Lispeth' 'Venus Annodomini' 'Yoked with an Unbeliever' 'Consequences' 1887 10Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Feb. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 21 Mar. 25 Mar. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 25 Apr. 28 Apr. 2 May 5 May 11 May 17 May 20 May 3June 10June 'On the Strength of a Likeness' 'In Error' 'His Wedded Wife' 'The Bisara of Pooree' 'The Three Musketeers' 'Kidnapped' 'Watches of the Night' 'His Chance in Life' 'The Broken-link Handicap' 'The Taking of Lungtungpen' 'A Bank Fraud' 'Tods' Amendment' 'Miss Youghal's Sais' 'The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin' 'A Friend's Friend' 'In the Pride of his Youth' 'The Daughter of the Regiment' 'A Germ-Destroyer' 'Wressley of the Foreign Office' 'Pig' 'By Word of Mouth' The following were published for the first time in Plain Talesfrom the Hills: 'Beyond the Pale', 'The Bronckhorst Divorce-Case', 'Cupid's Arrows', 'False Dawn', 'The Madness of Private A Kipling Companion 42 Ortheris', 'The Rout of the White Hussars', 'Thrown Away' and.
He has killed one immortal - Rider Haggard' (21 March 1890). The two men became close friends: indeed, he has been described as Kipling's closest. Their correspondence has been edited by M. N. , 'A Note on Rider Haggard and Kipling', Notes & Queries, XII, November 1949. The biography of Rider Haggard by his daughter, Lilias Rider Haggard (1951), includes references to Kipling. The Mowgli stories have been said to owe their origin to a scene in Rider Haggard's romance Nada the Lily (1892). HARDY, THOMAS (1840-1928), novelist and poet, notes in his autobiography that he met both Kipling and 'Miss Balestier' (later Mrs Kipling) in 1890; Hardy records that at what was probably their first meeting Kipling told 'curious details of Indian life'.
They were in South Africa when Rhodes died, visited him frequently during his last days, and Kipling composed verses which he recited at the funeral and of which part was engraved on Rhodes's memorial. Jameson and he, as I perceived later, communicated by telepathy. But Jameson was not with him at that time. Rhodes had a habit of jerking out sudden questions as disconcerting as those of a child - or the Roman Emperor he so much resembled. ' I answered that he was part of it, and I think I told him that I had come down to look at things.
A Kipling Companion by Norman Page (auth.)