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Poem Analysis of "If" by Kipling

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling.
The poem If, by Rudyard Kipling, dramatizes the moral values and virtues England, Kipling's motherland, should have during the Imperial age. England is the subject of Kipling's poem. During Kipling's time, England and many other European countries were in the midst of Imperialism. The speaker of the poem takes a role of a father figure and calls England "my son." The speaker tries to advice his son, England how to behave and be a model country. The entire poem is a step by step formula for England. If they obey a series of instructions, "[theirs] is the Earth." The poem focuses on how to have the earth without using any means of force. The actions going on in the poem are the instruction given by the speaker. Each line has its own actions. The speaker tells the subject to dream, to think, to risk...

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