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[ Lesen pdf ] The Jungle Bücher (Oxford World’s Classics)Autor W. W. Robson –

The Jungle Books, Regarded As Classic Stories Told By An Adult To Children And Best Known For The Mowgli Series, Also Constitutes A Complex Literary Work Of Art In Which The Whole Of Kipling S Philosophy Of Life Is Expressed In Miniature The Stories, A Mixture Of Fantasy, Myth And Magic, Are Underpinned By Kipling S Abiding Preoccupation With The Theme Of Self Discovery And The Nature Of The LawAbout The Series For Over Years Oxford World S Classicshas Made Available The Broadest Spectrum Of Literature From Around The Globe Each Affordable Volume Reflects Oxford S Commitment To Scholarship, Providing The Most Accurate Text Plus A Wealth Of Other Valuable Features, Including Expert Introductions By Leading Authorities, Voluminous Notes To Clarify The Text, Up To Date Bibliographies For Further Study, And Much

3 thoughts on “The Jungle Books (Oxford World’s Classics)

  1. says:

    Alles O.K.

  2. says:

    als sich von der Disneykitschfabrik verbl den lassen Kipling hat hier ein Meisterwerk geschaffen, das wenig mit den Disneyklischees zu tun hat.

  3. says:

    I have read the books a hundred times or in my teens, 30 years ago in my mother tongue German to be honest It must be read in the context of the time it was written Kipling was a product of the Raj, the British rule in India, and he wrote like that These were different times male rule everwhere, white rule outside Europe , but the short stories only maybe half of them are actually about Mowgli and his life in the jungle do have a special appeal until today I won t call them books for children as such, except the child is brought up with a very open mind It never turned me into a macho sexist or racist as somebody else wrote, on the opposite It made me even think, how it could have continued and that s why I brought it to paper much later on for my own pleasure The Junglebooks are definitively a classic for people with an open mind, who like to imagine certain scenes in their fantasy, who love wild animals and believe in their right to have enough area to live their lives as they wish But they are also a fascinating look how the world was in the late 19th century and how it was seen by an outstanding European, who knew India better than most others.