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Joseph Rudyard Kipling was the greatest writer in a Britain that ruled the largest empire the world has known, yet he was always a controversial figure, as deeply hated as he was loved. This accessible biography aims at an understanding of the man behind the image and gives an explanation of his enduring popularity
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About the Author
Jad Adams is an author and television producer, who has a reputation for writing challenging biographies of political and artistic subjects. His books range from Hideous Absinthe to biographies of Tony Benn, the Nehru-Gandhi clan, and the decadent poet Ernest Dowson.