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    All of these stories are fictional. The Jungle Book is a series of fictional stories that feature anthropomorphic animals who have the characteristics of humans and speak. Some stories feature...

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    Mowgli, the main character in The Jungle Book, faces many dangerous problems through Rudyard Kipling’s legendary tale. From facing down Shere Khan’s threats, to escaping the Bander-Log tribe of...

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    That’s an intriguing question. Kipling spent some time in India and presumably based the book on his experiences there (although the book was composed while he was living in Vermont!). Kipling...

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    The Jungle Book contains many examples of figurative language from the very first page, in both the prose and the songs. In order to spot figurative language, a reader should ask “Is this really,...

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    There are a number of "main ideas," or themes, to take away from The Jungle Book. I'm assuming you're referencing the new movie, as opposed to Disney's original, because it recently came out in...

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    Poetry—or more properly, song—is used in The Jungle Book primarily to let the jungle animals speak for themselves. The prose stories are all narrated from a third-person point of view, but the...

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    Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book is not one book, per se; rather, it is a collection of stories and poems each of which is connected to the wild. The first such story is titled “Mowgli’s...

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    The jackal, Tabaqui, is a character who causes a great deal of mischief in The Jungle Book. The wolves, Baloo, and Bagheera hate Tabaqui, and their reasons are given when he first appears in the...

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    Mowgli learns the Law of the Jungle from Baloo, who knows all of the laws and teaches them to Mowgli, at least in part because Mowgli is an eager student, whereas the wolves typically learn only...

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    Good places to start your search for sources are your library and the internet. In all of the below cases, use search terms such as "education," "theme," "kipling" and "jungle book." Using "AND"...

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    In the chapter “Tiger Tiger,” Mowgli kills Shere Khan with the help of Grey Brother and Akela. Afterward, Buldeo—the chief hunter of the village—finds them and tries to take Shere Khan’s...

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    Creating a timeline to map events of a plot in a story, such as in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, is no different from creating any historical timeline. We simply draw either a vertical or...

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    In The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, the laws of the jungle are described by a poem, "The Laws of the Jungle," which describes the jungle laws as applicable to the wolves and as taught to their...

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    Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay, India, and spent the first six years of his life there. He found India wonderful and formed a deep love for the country, its traditions and culture. Kipling had...

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    Rudyard Kipling was born in India and spent six years of his adulthood there in addition to having spent the first six years of life in the Indian subcontinent. His travels throughout that vast...

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    One theme is the importance of the preservation of the species. In The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, the wolves do not harm the child because they know that harming a human can bring other humans...

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    *the jungle book celebrating the dream of adventure,friendship and fun.

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    I think that one of the most profound issues that governs over Mowgli's sense of being in the book is the straddling of both worlds he experiences. From even the slightest tragic sensibility, one...

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    In simple terms, Karela is the original name from the Gujarati language that refers to a very bitter fruit called the bitter gourd,or bitter-melon. In the literary sense, this term is found in the...

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    One could look at many different good topics for an essay on the novel The Jungle Book. Here are some ideas one could use to examine the novel more closely: 1. Compare and contrast the ideology of...

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    The message of this poem is that the wolves of the forest have both rights and responsibilities. It is saying that wolves should have a great deal of freedom, but that their freedom should not...

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    To me, this whole book is (in addition to being an exciting adventure story) a story about Mowgli's attempt to find out where he belongs. Early in the story, Mowgli's identity is that of a wolf....

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    It might be said that Kipling's fable-like stories about Mowgli in Kipling's The Jungle Book may represent both utopia and dystopia in the cultures of the various animals Kipling describes and that...

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    Of course, this depends a lot on what you mean by good to read. I really loved reading the book when I was younger. I read it when I was in my early teens and it was great. If you are really a...

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    "Mowgli's tooth" is a knife that he was looking to buy from a hunter in order to kill Shere Kahn. The hunter from whom he is getting the knife is a hunter that hunts for pride rather than...

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    In The Jungle Book, the "Law of the Jungle" is a set of rules by which the civilized animals conduct their lives and business. Since the animals are more intelligent than in real life, they are...

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    The original Jungle Book stories concerned Mowgli, a boy who is raised in the jungle by a pack of wolves and who learns how to be an animal in the jungle, rather than a human being. Eventually,...

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