> A Diversity of Kipling

Saturday, August 12th 2017, from 2.00 pm.

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In collaboration with staff and volunteers at Batemanís, members of the Kipling Society read selections of Kiplingís prose and poetry for 24 hours beginning at 2pm on Saturday 12 August. As well as his best loved stories and poems, the readings included many less well-known poems and extracts from stories.

We also featured unusual recorded contributions, such as 'The Butterfly that Stamped' in Ukrainian, 'Mandalay' in Danish and in Mandarin, and 'The Deep-Sea Cables' recorded in the Australian outback.



John Walker
The Kipling Society