How Many Books Did Rudyard Kipling Write

Please review my essay and be honest…Why Write.

“Words are of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind” These words were famously said by Rudyard Kipling, the writer of such accredited works as The Jungle Book and Just so Stories. I’m not so sure I agree completely however I think I understand what he is trying to say. Kipling used the word “drug” to…

I believe that Kipling used the word “drug” to explain the euphoric feeling brought on by using words to describe ones innermost passions.As far as your essay. It lacks passion. One of the most difficult things to write about, is something that you are not passionate about. It shows.

Please help if I fail this test I don’t graduate…please someone help me.

1.The period from 1833–1901 in European history is calledA. the Age of Enlightenment, because of the scientific discoveries made during that time.B. the Victorian era, because Queen Victoria was seated on the English throne.C. the Restoration, because the monarchy was restored as the ruling body of…

If you attended Class, read the book and had a decent teacher and had not procrastinated, you would not have to Try to google this one. Browsers have a lot of information on many subjects. I have found it very helpful.

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Your favorite characters from the novels of these authors-.

Pick one character for each author (and say the book they’re from) or from the authors you are familiar with.Jane AustenCharles DickensEmily BronteCharlotte BronteHenry JamesShakespeareElizabeth GaskellOscar WildeJames JoyceI’m thinking of writing a play or story with characters from…

My favorites change depending on my mood, but here goes for now:Jane Austen – Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice)Charles Dickens – Sam Weller (The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club)Emily Bronte – She only wrote the one book…hmmm…maybe Nelly DeanCharlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre (I could say Mr. Rochester, too, from Jane Eyre…but I’ll stick with Jane.)Henry James – Not sure…maybe the governess from The Turn of the Screw since you never know what’s really up with her (is she crazy or does she truly see these ghosts).Shakespeare – Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing)Elizabeth Gaskell – John Thornton (North and South)Oscar Wilde – Lord Goring (play – An Ideal Husband)James Joyce – I don’t have one.How about:-Becky Sharpe from Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray-Wendy from Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie-Harvey Cheyne from Captains Courageous by Rudyard KiplingThere are so many others, but a favorite isn’t coming to me for those like Anthony Trollope, Maria Edgeworth, Fanny Burney and others. I guess you could, technically, say Frances Hodgson Burnett fits since she was born in England then moved to and became a citizen of America (the very opposite of Henry James). If you add in J.R.R. Tolkien, it would be Aragorn from the Lord of the Rings series (if not Samwise). If you consider the Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, other than Aslan, the favorite would be Reepicheep the mouse.

If we have a purpose in life then do we define and create it ourselves, or do we have to discover it somehow.

I feel sure that, on my death-bed, I will still be wondering what my purpose in life was and whether or not I fulfilled it, even a litte bit!I will probably also be reading books like “How to get from where you are to where you want to be” just in case of a remission – or to see if it works in…

One thing for sure about death; it brings on many changes. You vascillate now( while you live) between courage and angst because of your artistic temperament. Like all blessings–it’s a curse. It’s the same thing (reason) with the beat of your pulse. Good blood in, bad blood out. It’s Cartesian Duality trying to turn the spiral galaxy into a comprehendible matrix for existence in a third dimensional plane. It works until the final twist and entropy sets (death) in. I’ve been declared clinically dead twice. The light you speak of is real, it’s golden, radiant, and you’ll feel right at home.

Can someone please help me with General Knowledge.

1) Which was the first country to use paper?2) Who was the sculptor who created “The Thinker”?3) Who invented the jet engine?4) What is ‘herptology’?5) Which is the world’s longest poem and how many words does it have?6) Who was called ‘Bard of Avon’?7) What name did…

1. China is the first country to use paper2. Auguste Rodin is the sculptor who created ‘The Thinker’3. Dr. Hans von Ohain and Sir Frank Whittle are both recognized as being the co-inventors of the jet engine4. Herptology is the study of reptiles5. Mahābhārata is the longest poem and is roughly 1.8 million words6. William Shakespeare was called the ‘Bard of Avon’7. Rikki-tikki-tavi is the name of the mongoose in ‘The Jungle Book’8. Sir Paul McKarne is writer of the the song ‘Yesterday’9. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the three magic words of the French Revolution10. Montreal is the Canadian Seaport which is 1610km from the sea

Does this make me a bad person or a bad parent.

I just put my son to sleep by reading him 2 chapters from “Atlas Shrugged”.

John:Wow. I had trouble staying awake reading Ayn Rand when I was 25. But a 2-year old? You’re not a bad parent, just a little over zealous.When he starts to study government and social systems (in the 4th grade), you can bring out the Ayn Rand again.Your idea is great, exposing him to great literary works, but right now, this is a little too much. He’ll remember the experience as Dad sitting there reading, blah, blah, blah, blah and miss the bonding opportunity that this is.Stick with counting books, books about animals and books that help him relate to his 2-year-old world: Dr. Seuss (rhyming books build memory and math skills); AA Milne (the original Pooh writer) did stories and poems; Rudyard Kipling (How the Rhinoceros Got Its Skin, The Just So Stories, written for his own kids); and anything about what interests him — dinosaurs, horses, motorcycles, big machines.Developing his love for books and sharing your love for reading with him will be an important bond for life. My kids treasure the classics we read at night when they were growing up — The Greek and Roman Myths, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, and many English authors. It developed their vocabulary to the extent that sometimes their classmates didn’t know what some of the words they used meant, because they hadn’t read the classics.I started reading to my kids when they were six months old, developing their attention span and ability to listen, follow words, colors and shapes. You’re on the right track!!Good luck.

Is this ok for a 7th grade book report.

Book Review: The Jungle BookThe Jungle Book is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling. The purpose of this piece of literature is to simply entertain all types of readers. Some entertaining parts of the book are when Mowgli has to fight Shere Khan, a lame wolf, and when…

I think you did quite well. Read it aloud to yourself and check for grammar and spelling errors. Don’t over analyze ….It is good in the way it is just catch the few that you have.Example: To my perspective……I would have this as follows: In my perspective (note I am not an English major).

how do masons become the leaders of churches.

i’m researching the masons alot lately – and i’ve discovered that MORE THAN HALF of the churches around Detroit are mason-run.I’m very curious as to the money & how recruitment works exactly.masonry has created the mormons, jehovas witnesses, christian science & scientology – but its when they get…

I find your statement quite surprising.Usually, Masonry is comprised of a small percentage of the community, and ordinarily Catholics are quite welcome, but do not tend to join. You will NOT find a Roman Catholic Church in the USA, or probably anywhere, run by Masons. The RCC parish church is led by the priest, who is supervised by a bishop, who answers to an archbishop, who answers to Rome.Half the churches in Detroit: Well it could be, but that would be quite unusual.Joseph Smith was a Mason and did found the Mormon Church. There are rumors that elements of the Church of the Latter Day Saints(Mormons) incorporate elements of Masonry, but I know nothing of this.I am uncertain about the Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Christian Science was founded by a woman, Mary Baker Eddy. American Freemasonry is a fraternity for men. However, some Masons are Christian Scientists.Church of Scientology was founded by L. Ron Hubbard. His masonic credentials are questionable at best. He was really more affiliated with another organization before he left it and founded Scientology.Masons don’t recruit. To become a member, one must be a man, of lawful age, and believe in a Supreme Being, and petition for membership. A potential member must request membership from a Mason, meet with some members of the Masonic Lodge he is petitioning, and must be approved by unanimous vote of the membership. It would be best to find out about it before petitioning, because the goal is to learn to become a better man. They are usually in the phone book, and that would be one way to contact them to seek further information.Shah of Iran was a Mason. Masonry is no longer active or welcome in Iran. However, many Muslims are Masons, as are Hindus and Buddhists and Jews. Part of Scottish Rite Masonry has somehow picked up elements of Yezidism, as well as Qaballah, Zoroastrianism, Egyptian. Scottish Rite Masonry is an extension of Blue Lodge Masonry, offering additional spiritual information.Oh, I see by your urls, you have found springmeier. he’s a kook. and the link didn’t work for me, but I am familiar with his work. He is a full blown conspiracy theorist.How the money works? I don’t understand the question. Technically, all Blue Lodge property and assets in a State are the property of the Grand Lodge of that state, but are generally left entrusted to the local lodge, unless there is some misuse of funds or if the Lodge closes.They do have an initiation fee, which varies from state to state. Additionally, they have membership dues, to maintain the building and the works of the lodge.The Shriners are an appendant body of Masonry, and do much charity work for children with orthopedic problems or burn injuries. This medical treatment is provided at no cost to the patient or his or her family, but is limited to children.Being in Detroit, you are probably aware of the Shrine Hall, or Shrine Auditorium, I forget the name, but it is used for many events. In earlier times, the Masons were far more charitable, and donated much money to the construction of their lodge buildings. Several cities have very large Shrine Auditoriums, and I believe the Academy Awards often rents a Shrine Auditorium to present those awards.You can find much information on Masonry on the web, but it is so difficult to sort out the fiction from the fact on any internet source, but especially Masonry.Rudyard Kipling was a Mason and wrote Masonic themes into several of his works. He participated in Masonry while he was in India, meeting on an equal basis with all members of the lodge, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, social status or wealth.I really don’t know how so many Masons became the leaders of half the churches in Detroit, but that is most assuredly an exception.Addendum:I just checked one of your previous answers. Aleister Crowley was not a Mason. He was able to pass himself off as a Mason for a short while, but was discovered and discredited.He invented the form of Masonry he claimed, and created a number of unusual degrees, Crowley actually lifted the ideas for his “masonry” from the theosophical society. OTO is not Masonry, it is an invention of Crowley, more properly called:Ordo Templi Orientalis, or Order of the Eastern Temple. It is probably a good idea to stay away from those people.

General Knowledge help… Year 7 (week 7).

1. Which was the first country to use paper?2. Name the sculptor who created “the thinker”?3. Who invented the jet engine?4. What is “herpetology”?5. Which is the world’s longest poem and how many worlds does it have?6. Who was called “Bard of Avon”?7. What name did Rudyard Kipling give his mongoose in…

1. China is the first country to use paper2. Auguste Rodin is the sculptor who created ‘The Thinker’3. Dr. Hans von Ohain and Sir Frank Whittle are both recognized as being the co-inventors of the jet engine4. Herptology is the study of reptiles5. Mahābhārata is the longest poem and is roughly 1.8 million words6. William Shakespeare was called the ‘Bard of Avon’7. Rikki-tikki-tavi is the name of the mongoose in ‘The Jungle Book’8. Sir Paul McKarne is writer of the the song ‘Yesterday’9. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the three magic words of the French Revolution10. Montreal is the Canadian Seaport which is 1610km from the sea

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  1. 4. The study of reptiles and Amphibians7. Mongoose name in Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book – http://bringontheadventure.tripod.com/jungle_book_names.htm and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jungle_BookI don’t think most of us are as afraid of death as we are of the process of dying. Unlike the other creatures of this earth, we have a morbid curiosity about death — at least I do. I’ve had a helluva time and I don’t want this to be the end, therefore, I choose to believe that death is a passage to something else, another step in my development, my birth into the next plane of existence.

  2. I think it’s pretty much we all show up at the smorgasbord, go help yourself to those things that look interesting to you. I find love and friendship are great comforts and additions to life, energy-giving, and soothing to many of our fears.

  3. Haha! Definitely not! You have introduced him to the adult literary world (whether your opinion on Ayn Rand is positive or not). He was probably just listening to your voice, not necessarily the words/meanings. Besides, most of it probably went over his head.1 D8 AMost important question of life. According to the anceint Vedas, Self Realization is the Purpose of human life. In a nut shell- We are not this material body, IE; Race, color, nationality, Religion, mind, intellect, senses, job, etc. We are all eternal spirit souls, part and parcel of the Supreme Soul, also known as Krishna, Allah, Jehovah, Vishnu, etc. We never die, only this mortal body dies. This material world is not our real home, it is called Maya (illusion) and is temporary and full of misery, only one fourth of the souls come here, and the rest are enjoying blissful eternal loving relationships with our Maker named above. We fell here due to envying Gods position. He made the material world for those who want to try to live separately from Him (Which is impossible because He is actually everywhere). After many lifetimes of trying to be happy in this temporary world, one becomes frustrated and board and begins to question their existence. We then seek out real happiness, and when one becomes sincere God reveals how to come back Home. Those who are intelligent, take up the process of self realization (Bhakti Yoga), which begins with the chanting of the Maha Mantra, (the great mantra for deliverance from all suffering and illusion), which gives one real peace, happiness and reality. (see my profile for a link for all info on this mantra). Then at the end of life, they can give up all material attachments and fully surrender to God and return to the eternal Kingdom, where there is no more birth, death, old age, or disease and be eternally happy. For info. Go to harekrishnatemple.com Read Bhagavad Gita- As it is by Bhaktivedanta PrabhupadaOk, you are on the internet, all the answers are only a button away.5. Mahābhārata is the longest poem and is roughly 1.8 million words7. Rikki-tikkiCharlotte Bronte – the crazy wife in the attic.. Mrs. Rochester (Jane Eyre)Unless Papyrus counts, then I think it was the Egyptians?

  4. 5. The MahabharataSorry I can’t go into more, but will if you want later…We meet again on this plain of relative existence and once again ponder the that one question ‘The meaning of life’. Or to put it another way what is the point of it.

  5. Choosing the characters in an attempt to make a story hang together upon them.Good luck. I’m sure you will get a good grade.

  6. If it’s any comfort, I don’t think there is a damn bit of purpose we were supposed to discover or accomplish, other than have kids. Nature hard-wires us for that, but then discards us like this autumn’s leaf [email protected] Joyce–Stephen Dedalus (A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man): Just left Ireland for England, can work well as a narrator for the rest.

  7. Do you imply “a priori expertise”? That is fairly specific from expertise you found out at a previous (previous) time. A priori expertise might be identical to innate expertise comparable to a way of equity that we’re born with. It with ease method the potential to appreciate specified precise styles comparable to with animal conduct. All found out expertise is previous expertise to the time it’s remembered and used. It could also be average or very precise and precise expertise approximately a precise field or a average institution or class of gadgets.

  8. After some of the questions you’ve asked I think they would be great for you to delve into.i think some of these questions where on gk ages ago like no 1,2,6,8.

  9. Excellent job for a seventh grade book report, a few minor spelling/grammar mistakes. Overall very well done 🙂

  10. Emily Bronte – Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)Either get rid of the quote or don’t say that you don’t agree with it all the way. Frivolous equivocal statements.

  11. in case you’ve made a dedication to pay off a debt (or renowned the validity of a debt) that re-instruments the statute of limitations on the debt – that is become independent from the size of time an account can look on a credit record.

  12. If I have by galactic crystal ball tuned correctly the faith you ‘re followed has classed you as a sinner since before you were even born, therefore you spend your life looking for a way to remove a sin that you never committed and the church is never going let you forget. The Catholic Church is wrong and to its very core corrupting the very purpose of life to main its hold and control the fear within its congregation. It is without doubt, In my opinion one of the most evil attributes of religion, the indoctrination of fear into children, what kind of sad, psychopathic, vile, degenerate and depraved adult would inflict such a notion of life into a child…I’ll tell you an adult who’s repressed his or her natural drives and passions and used a reprehensible sadistic urge to terrify children into fear of an icon that is meant to represent love…Yes the catholic church has a lot to answer for..

  13. Self-defining allows you to pinpoint it at a certain direction and draw an abstract map, where a start and a goal exist.Paper was China.yeah don’t worry im in yr 7 too but lke come on if u cant do things yourself u will get no where in lyf 😛 Good Luck

  14. Master Mason (American Co-Masonry)8. The Beatles9. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the three magic words of the French RevolutionHamlet- shakespeare. :]

  15. Yep these are what i got:The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton is a perfect novel for your report. It’s seventh grade level, but there’s also an English class at my university which studies the novel because of the underlying themes. I remember reading this one for the first time in seventh grade and I think you’d enjoy it. Does it have to be a novel to do your report on, or is it open to include plays and short stories? If so, I’d recommend Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew” or Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “The Tell Tale Heart.” Those are probably more advanced (because Poe and Shakespeare *are* more advanced authors), but I also remember reading those in seventh grade.

  16. Jehovah’s Witnesses consider Masonry to be a form of religion, and Witnesses reject “interfaith”.7. Rikki-tikki-tavi is the name of the mongoose in ‘The Jungle Book’3. Jet engine – http://inventors.about.com/library/inven…Russell was an atheist but he clearly understood the logic (logic was his specialty).Oscar Wilde – Algernon Moncrieff (Importance of Being Earnest)1. Paper – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PaperThat gives you three good nights to 1) visit your library, 2) try the Yahoo! search function, 3) try http://www.wikipedia.com, or 4) go to http://www.britannica.com.Austen–Catherine Morland (Northanger Abbey): easy to involve her in a story since she’s so INTO everything.

  17. James Joyce – can’t help you here… read Dubliners looonnnnng time ago.. too long to relly remeber

  18. Jehovah’s Witnesses are unaffiliated with Masonry.Jane Austen – Elizabeth Bennet (P & P)So real purpose can only be discovered or revealed. If I accept that my Creator might exist, then I can grasp the idea that He must have put our intense need for purpose into our human nature to urge us to seek Him. So I think seeking God is our purpose. God is asking us to first call home.

  19. “Unless you assume a God, the question of life’s purpose is meaningless.” –Bertrand Russell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertrand_Ru…I am still amazed that the vanity of men (and women if you readers will excuse the use of the generic term), in assuming that there is something more than the obvious. The obvious being the survival of the individual, the survival of your offspring, the survival of your species, there is nothing more no other world, no other place to go to.9 C

  20. The last paragraph is okay, but its more of a list. You should write a normal paragraph, because personally since you are a seventh grader (?) this is really an amazing essay.The word “purpose” implies a plan and if it is a purpose for your existence, your question assumes an intelligence that planned your existence. That can only be God.This is such a hard question because we confuse purpose with happiness. People are answering this question exactly the same as they would had you replaced the word “purpose” with the word “happiness”.3. Dr. Hans von Ohain and Sir Frank Whittle are both recognized as being the co-inventors of the jet enginemore informaionElizabeth Gaskell–Frederick Hale (North and South): Runaway brothers make for good McGuffins or plot starters.Charles Dickens- Pip (Great Expectations)

  21. Beyond that, drive a fast car, whittle a duck – whatever blows your skirt up!9. French Revolution rallying cry – http://chnm.gmu.edu/revolution/ (it was called the Reign of Terror during the period where there were mass guillotine executions, but that wasn’t their so-called magic words)Our purpose is to ride this roller coaster to the end. Along the way, we learn that life is a struggle for every living thing and we should respect that.Elizabeth Gaskell – Mr. Thornton (North & South)

  22. there is no way for the liveing to findout whether or not you have ful filled yopurpose inlife. everybody has a purpose, every human every animal even every plant! we all started off as a animal will one purpose if we found and fulfilled that purpose when we died then we would go on if you were good then you go to heaven if you were bad or feel like there was still something you needed to do then you become a wardering ghost. but if you didnt find your purpose then you are reborn either higher or lower up the scale. if you were good then you would come back as something higher up the scale such as a human this makes things easier for you but if your bad then you are reborn as a plant this makes finding your purpose harder for you.You’ll have to read these yourself to get the answer, but I’ll direct you to the site where an answer can be found. Perhaps I shouldn’t even be doing that, but….

  23. However, maybe this purpose has already been accomplished. Through rigorous thinking, one can analyze the changes that we have accomplished and decide whether that was a purpose.

  24. Hey Aaron it’s Sam from school!Do you have some terminal condition? Man – sorry if so.You really have to learn to do your assignments yourself, or you’ll get no where in life.

  25. 90% of this world is run by people who show up. You know? I mean, go to a church these days and see how easy or hard it is to get people to volunteer their time to do anything. If you have a church where you wish to make a difference, show up! Simple as that.1. China is the first country to use paper3. Frank Whittleps 1 chinaOscar Wilde–Wooldridge (the executed man in The Ballad of Reading Gaol): Good for a plot point.Haruki Murakami–The Wind-up chook Chronicle Neal Stephenson–The Baroque Cycle Vladimir Nabokov–the real existence of Sebastian Knight John Steinbeck–The Log from the sea of Cortez

  26. Hope that answers some of your concerns.Charlotte Bronte- Jane Eyre (Jane Eyre)Hiram Lodge (Santa Cruz, CA)Henry James – Miles (Turn of the Screw)1. China is the first country to use paper3 B9. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the three magic words of the French RevolutionFreemasons become elected business leaders of their churches because 1) people can trust them, 2) they have a spirit of volunteerism so they will take the jobs, 3) they tend to be devout members of their churches. How that should worry anyone is beyond me.I liked Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)

  27. Sorry, I haven’t read many of those authors. So, I guess my favorite character would have to be Juliet Capulet from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. I like her because she proves the theory that love is blind, in that she committed suicide for a no-account man.

  28. I don’t have suggestions for you, but be sure to check out the Thursday Next novels by Jasper Fforde, which use something like this (and are brilliantly funny to boot).

  29. Many people reject God because they don’t want God interfering in their lives but still want real purpose and so they spend their lives searching for a feeling of having a purpose. But a feeling never satisfies, especially when we realize that it is only a feeling.I like everything, but the last paragraph. You also need to indent, because when I was in middle school I know that teachers always liked that seeing as how it really isn’t a skill that is taught anymore.

  30. 2. Auguste Rodin is the sculptor who created ‘The Thinker’I think Wikipedia can help you with these bunch of questions..

  31. Natural skills affect what you can do.I’m at work and shouldn’t be YA-ing; try and get hold of books by Daryl Reanney – he wrote The Death of Forever, Music of the Mind – both spellbinding. Talks a lot about the passage of Life to death and what both mean and why. He was a doctor and went on a journey for himself, this is his documentation.8. Sir Paul Macartney is writer of the the song ‘Yesterday’thanks sam i will use the answers that come upDespite your apparent fascination with rather strange conspiracy theorists, I will answer your question.6. William Shakespeare was called the ‘Bard of Avon’10. Montreal is the Canadian Seaport which is 1610km from the sea

  32. 6. William Shakespeare was called the ‘Bard of Avon’Charles Dickens–Sydney Carton (A Tale of Two Cities): Every story needs someone doomed but heroic.2 B

  33. 5 BI must say, many of these answers are subjective, if you have ideas that differ I suggest you defer to them

  34. Henry James–Daisy Miller (eponymous): American abroad, BFF with Catherine MorlandI really hope you don’t wait until you are on your death bed to start this process. It may take some time to achieve. But if you are sincer you will. Thanks.

  35. 7 C8. Sir Paul McCartney is writter of the the song ‘Yesterday’Shakespeare–Richard III (eponymous): One of Shakespeare’s most interesting characters. Can be the twisted, Gollum-like henchman.Two *pages* of Atlas Shrugged would put me to sleep.

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