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Digital Kipling

Digital Kipling In addition, there is an illustrated brief history of British Travel Writing written by Jessica Ruzek. Languages and literature The six digitized scrapbooks are the Ballard scrapbooks, including the Garth in that count. They are available on the site as PDF files. The files must be downloaded onto a computer before RR 2018/128 they can be reviewed. On the page for the Digital Kipling collection as a whole, there is the option of searching within the collection. Some of the Dalhousie University volumes are capable of being searched, either DH Commons through that method or as PDFs, others are not. URL: https://dhcommons.org/projects/digital-kipling The interactive map and timeline work together to plot the various cities that the traveller mentions in Last visited March 2018 Gratis specific letter of marque (on the bottom) and Keywords English literature, Nineteenth century, something entitled Kipling’s Tour of India (on the Twentieth century right-hand side). When the user selects a letter from Review DOI 10.1108/RR-03-2018-0047 the timeline, the transcription of the letter (a link to the actual letter is available) opens up and dots Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) has been at times the representing cities, placed on a map of today’s India, most popular writer in the English language (the change color to indicate that they are mentioned. youngest winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, in There is no indication of the direction of travel. 1907) and reviled as the very embodiment of Clicking on the location of part of the Tour of India imperialism and colonialism. As his life and career brings up a part of a letter mentioning that locale and progressed, his audiences and his views changed. He a more detailed image of a location, plotted on today’s went from writing for a northern British Indian India. The User Guide link appears to be broken. audience to being read widely in translation around the Anyone interested in studying Kipling’s early Western world. Critics point to two different phases of career will find these scrapbooks intriguing and his work. Initially, when he lived in India and wrote worth a visit. The reviewer wanted to take the primarily for his British Indian audience, he stylistically opportunity to mention the New Readers’ Guide to took a more realist approach. When he moved to the Works of Rudyard Kipling (www.kiplingsociety. England and took more of an interest in British and co.uk/bookmart_fra.htm), an ongoing online project international politics, he gradually became more to annotate Kipling’s work, which is another project conservative politically. At the same time, he wrote for worth a visit by Kipling scholars. a wider audience and his style shifted to something Sarah G. Wenzel more complex. His critics are numerous, and yet, Bibliographer of Literatures of Europe & The nuanced scholarship abounds despite his misogyny, Americas, University of Chicago Library, Chicago, imperialism and racism. Kipling continues to be a Illinois, USA source of numerous studies both thematic and stylistic. Digital Kipling is a project from Dalhousie University to create an online exhibit of scrapbooks from Dalhousie Libraries’ Rudyard Kipling Collection. These scrapbooks were not created by RR 2018/129 Kipling, but by his contemporaries and can be used to The Routledge Companion to Imaginary give context to and create a reception history for Worlds Kipling’s work. In addition, they preserve various Edited by Mark J.P. Wolf versions and editions of his printed oeuvre, many of which no longer survive in any other form. Routledge The Kipling Collection holds 11 scrapbooks by London and New York seven collectors; 6 of them have been digitized. Featured on the site is the scrapbook of Sir xx 1 445 pp. William Garth (1854-1923), which contains some ISBN 978 1 138 63891 4 (print); ISBN 978 1 315 63752 5 of Kipling’s earliest writings, the Letters of Marque (1887-88). These letters appeared in the Northern (e-book) Indian Pioneer Mail. The project contains an £180 $240 (print) interactive map and timeline charting the Routledge Companions movements of the narrator of the Letters of Marque. Keywords Arts, Fiction, Imagination Review DOI 10.1108/RR-02-2018-0037 Reference Reviews The fantastic book has long acted as an escape Volume 32 · Number 5 · 2018 · pp. 11–12 © Emerald Publishing Limited · ISSN 0950-4125 from, a mirror of or a scalpel applied to the real http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

Digital Kipling

Reference Reviews , Volume 32 (5): 1 – Jun 18, 2018

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In addition, there is an illustrated brief history of British Travel Writing written by Jessica Ruzek. Languages and literature The six digitized scrapbooks are the Ballard scrapbooks, including the Garth in that count. They are available on the site as PDF files. The files must be downloaded onto a computer before RR 2018/128 they can be reviewed. On the page for the Digital Kipling collection as a whole, there is the option of searching within the collection. Some of the Dalhousie University volumes are capable of being searched, either DH Commons through that method or as PDFs, others are not. URL: https://dhcommons.org/projects/digital-kipling The interactive map and timeline work together to plot the various cities that the traveller mentions in Last visited March 2018 Gratis specific letter of marque (on the bottom) and Keywords English literature, Nineteenth century, something entitled Kipling’s Tour of India (on the Twentieth century right-hand side). When the user selects a letter from Review DOI 10.1108/RR-03-2018-0047 the timeline, the transcription of the letter (a link to the actual letter is available) opens up and dots Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) has been at times the representing cities, placed on a map of today’s India, most popular writer in the English language (the change color to indicate that they are mentioned. youngest winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, in There is no indication of the direction of travel. 1907) and reviled as the very embodiment of Clicking on the location of part of the Tour of India imperialism and colonialism. As his life and career brings up a part of a letter mentioning that locale and progressed, his audiences and his views changed. He a more detailed image of a location, plotted on today’s went from writing for a northern British Indian India. The User Guide link appears to be broken. audience to being read widely in translation around the Anyone interested in studying Kipling’s early Western world. Critics point to two different phases of career will find these scrapbooks intriguing and his work. Initially, when he lived in India and wrote worth a visit. The reviewer wanted to take the primarily for his British Indian audience, he stylistically opportunity to mention the New Readers’ Guide to took a more realist approach. When he moved to the Works of Rudyard Kipling (www.kiplingsociety. England and took more of an interest in British and co.uk/bookmart_fra.htm), an ongoing online project international politics, he gradually became more to annotate Kipling’s work, which is another project conservative politically. At the same time, he wrote for worth a visit by Kipling scholars. a wider audience and his style shifted to something Sarah G. Wenzel more complex. His critics are numerous, and yet, Bibliographer of Literatures of Europe & The nuanced scholarship abounds despite his misogyny, Americas, University of Chicago Library, Chicago, imperialism and racism. Kipling continues to be a Illinois, USA source of numerous studies both thematic and stylistic. Digital Kipling is a project from Dalhousie University to create an online exhibit of scrapbooks from Dalhousie Libraries’ Rudyard Kipling Collection. These scrapbooks were not created by RR 2018/129 Kipling, but by his contemporaries and can be used to The Routledge Companion to Imaginary give context to and create a reception history for Worlds Kipling’s work. In addition, they preserve various Edited by Mark J.P. Wolf versions and editions of his printed oeuvre, many of which no longer survive in any other form. Routledge The Kipling Collection holds 11 scrapbooks by London and New York seven collectors; 6 of them have been digitized. Featured on the site is the scrapbook of Sir xx 1 445 pp. William Garth (1854-1923), which contains some ISBN 978 1 138 63891 4 (print); ISBN 978 1 315 63752 5 of Kipling’s earliest writings, the Letters of Marque (1887-88). These letters appeared in the Northern (e-book) Indian Pioneer Mail. The project contains an £180 $240 (print) interactive map and timeline charting the Routledge Companions movements of the narrator of the Letters of Marque. Keywords Arts, Fiction, Imagination Review DOI 10.1108/RR-02-2018-0037 Reference Reviews The fantastic book has long acted as an escape Volume 32 · Number 5 · 2018 · pp. 11–12 © Emerald Publishing Limited · ISSN 0950-4125 from, a mirror of or a scalpel applied to the real

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