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In 1891, the 25-year-old Rudyard Kipling, newly risen into world fame through the publication of <>, and other stories of India, set off alone on a tour of the southern hemisphere. For two weeks he was in Australia, mostly in Melbourne, where he was received with all the curiosity and interest belonging to a celebrity. What he did in those two weeks, what he thought and said to his hosts, where he went, how he was treated, and what the Australians thought about it all is fully presented in this account from the interviews and articles of the time, together with an explanatory and interpretive introduction by the editors.
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Rosalind Kennedy is the secretary of the Kipling Society of Australia; she lives in Beechworth Victoria.
Thomas Pinney, Professor of English, emeritus, Pomona College, is the editor of the <>.
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