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The Jungle Book: Another Facet of Childhood

Viorica Banciu, Angela Jireghie, and Ionut Erdeli
University Of Oradea

Abstract—Kipling indicates that The Jungle Books is a book for children in order to easily move it over grown-ups reason prohibitions. The delightful story tackles subjects at the level of children understanding, including a dose of exoticism demystified on the whole by a popular and literary humor of an old English origin. The Jungle Books reveals a world full range, without monotony and uniformity. Jungle life gets epic contours. The adventure takes place at the forest level, ruled by laws given by its creatures. In this context Mowgli, the young man raised by beasts and loved by them, was necessary to Kipling's idea of restoring order in nature.

Index Terms—animals, childhood, humor, nature

Cite: Viorica Banciu, Angela Jireghie, and Ionut Erdeli, "The Jungle Book: Another Facet of Childhood," Journal of Advanced  Management Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 179-183, June 2013. doi: 10.12720/joams.1.2.179-183
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