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Rudyard Kipling was a controversial critic with his views
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Rudyard Kipling was a controversial critic with his views regarding Imperialism. He had sent a poem to Theodore Roosevelt expressing the importance of it regarded as “The White Mans Burden” but when looking at his short story “The Man Who Would Be King” it tells a much different story. These works of his, among others, paints a picture of which he believes in “noblesse obliges” but is critical of the ways it is achieved, as seen with the British Empire.First…...
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