A Song of the English.

By Rudyard Kipling

Printed: Circa 1915

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton. London

Edition: Daily Telegraph edition

Dimensions 23 × 29 × 3 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 23 x 29 x 3

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Cream cloth binding with navy title and decoration on the front board and spine.

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British colonial propaganda.
The illustrations by W. Heath Robinson are  marvellous.
But the poems are justifying genocide with religious, slavery and colonisations with racial and justifying racism with lingual superiority.
Rudyard is a white man’s poet indeed.
This book is like a nazi propaganda, but for English people. I cringed so hard reading the poems. I wouldn’t have completed reading if not for the gorgeous illustrations.
This almost gave me Kipling depression

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