Mowgli's Brothers Discussion Questions

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When he returns to his family and the village after being away in the jungle for a decade Mowgli is not prepared for human lifestyle. How would you expect Mowgli to interact with his father? What would be some possible arguments Mowgli might face living in a house as opposed to a cave? Are there any lessons that would cross over or possibly even benefit his human family?

British imperialism played an important role in Kipling's writing and life. The social codes he felt compelled to follow were directly related to his fevered defense and support of spreading justice. However, it is apparent his wishes were not fulfilled as many Indians suffered great injustice and dehumanization. Research another example of imperialism during the last two centuries, explaining the impact on literature and politics.

Charles Darwin was a British naturalist who lived during the nineteenth century. In...

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