by Rudyard Kipling at Reading Rat
Criticism (articles, essays, reviews):
Rudyard Kipling, too, has the perfect sort of prose for what he does. From Kim to The Just So Stories to The Jungle Book, he paints the strange new world of India in strange new Indian words—none of them quite refined, but all of them given exactly enough context that the child reader can feel the satisfaction of puzzling them out.
Kipling's New England home a 'precious jewel' by Joyce Saenz Harris, The Dallas Morning News, on Naulakha
At last, Kipling is saved from the ravages of political correctness, by Andrew Roberts, The Telegraph, May 13, 2003
Rudyard Kipling & the god of things as they are, by John Derbyshire, The New Criterion, March 2000