The Jungle Book - Study Guide Chapter 7 "Servants of the Queen" Summary & Analysis

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"Servants of the Queen" is set outside of Rawal Pindi, a major military garrison of British India at the time Jungle Book was written. Today, Rawalpindi is the capital city of Pakistan, but that all happened much later. The story begins as the garrison is preparing for a visit from the Viceroy of India. He is meeting the Amir of Afghanistan and the Amir's large entourage there. The Amir has already arrived, and they are a rowdy bunch with unruly men and unruly animals. The unnamed narrator tells us that he is careful to pitch his tent away from the fray, but that one night, a man bursts into his tent and says "Get out Quick!" "They're coming."

No sooner are he and his dog out of the tent, but the tent collapses and the center pole...

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