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Oh sister, where art thou?
Oh sister, where art thou?
The female of the species is more deadly than the male, cautioned English author Rudyard Kipling. Given Kipling's love of mythology and prehistory,...
Muses become the victims of forgotten history
Muses become the victims of forgotten history
The female of the species is more deadly than the male, cautioned Rudyard Kiplingâ. Given Kipling's love of mythology and prehistoric studies, he...
Croc fossil named after Kipling
Croc fossil named after Kipling
The fossilised skull of an ancient beast that snapped at dinosaurs from the swamps of what is now the south coast of England belongs to a previously unknown species of crocodile....
SA books go online
SA books go online
Google "boarding school" and the search results might include a few pages of text from British author Rudyard Kipling's Stalky and Co, but...

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