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Barrack-Room Ballads (1892) [Collection]
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First collected in 1892, Kipling's Barrack-Room Ballads relive the experiences of soldiers sent around the world to defend the Empire-all for little pay and less appreciation. An immediate success, they were unlike anything the public had seen before.

Contents:

  • First Series (1892)
    • To Thomas Atkins
    • Danny Deever
    • Tommy
    • "Fuzzy-Wuzzy"
    • Soldier, Soldier
    • Screw-Guns
    • Cells
    • Gunga Din
    • Oonts
    • Loot
    • "Snarleyow"
    • The Widow at Windsor
    • Belts
    • The Young British Soldier
    • Mandalay
    • Troopin'
    • The Widow's Party
    • Ford o' Kabul River
    • Gentlemen-Rankers
    • Route-Marchin'
    • Shillin' a Day
  • Second Series (1896)
    • Bobs
    • "Back to the Army Again"
    • "Birds of Prey" March
    • "Soldier an; Soldier Two"
    • Sappers
    • That Day
    • "The Men That Fought at Minden"
    • Cholera Camp
    • The Ladies
    • Bill 'Awkins
    • The Mother Lodge
    • "Follow Me 'Ome"
    • The Sergeant's Weddin'
    • The Jacket
    • The 'Eathen
    • The Shut-Eye Sentry
    • "Mary, Pity Women!"
    • For to Admire

Original title: Barrack-Room Ballads
Original languages: English

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Genre: PoetryVerse


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Edition #1: Barrack-Room Ballads

Barrack-Room Ballads (1892)
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Language: English

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Barrack-Room Ballads (1892)


ISBN: 0451528867

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