Kipling pp 375-380 | Cite as

Impressions of Rudyard Kipling (2)

  • E. P. Kinsella
Part of the Interviews and Recollections book series (IR)


When I knew that I was to meet Rudyard Kipling I praised my luck exceedingly. Many writers compel a willing admiration of their work. A very few — the princes of story-telling — command the reader’s eager worship for the life and colour and magic they put into the printed page. For me, as for many others, Kipling was of those few.


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