wow... am I the only one with a love for classic poetry and stories. Geez.. Oh well if any of you happen to stumble upon this The i advise you to read the tell tale heart or you will begin hearing a loud heart beat that will drive you to give up all your secrets
>>By Megano (Sunday, 3 Oct 2004 06:33)
Oh crap.... i feel like an idiot... Poe wrote tell tale heart. Kipling wrote Rikki tikki tavi and such. Kipling wrote a poem called the dog or something like thatt and it is vair good. Bloody sad tho. He also wrote a good poem called Boots Welll i am an idiot. Oh well
>>By Megano (Monday, 8 Nov 2004 04:47)
The only things I've read from Kipling are "The Jungle Book" and "Kim"...I liked Kim mostly... so adventurous and involving...and so human:)
>>By Felina (Tuesday, 9 Nov 2004 15:43)
Rudyard was a very complex personality & wrote mainly for adults. It's only because of The Jungle Books & Kim that people think he wrote just for kids. To discover some of this personality, you should read his short story collections especially those set in England & not just those set in India which also provide a seriously good read. He wrote many more stories than most people think or know about. Try "The Light That Failed" or even "Puck of Pook's Hill" & its sequel "Rewards & Fairies" which he wrote to get English kids interested in where they came from historically. Don't let the word 'fairies' in the title fool you.
>>By topcol (Monday, 15 Nov 2004 20:40)
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