Rudyard Kipling's Verse - The Gypsy Trail through The Last Suttee Summary & Analysis

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The Gypsy Trail through The Last Suttee Summary

The poem "The Gypsy Trail" describes the way of the gypsies. In the poem, the habits of these roaming peoples are compared to the way that various types of animals are draw to certain areas of the world. In "Our Lady of the Snows," Kipling writes about his reflections on the implementation of the Canadian Preferential Tariff. The poem indicates that the Queen has implemented the tariff as a way to show favor to those countries who have been faithful to her causes while punishing those that have acted as enemies to her. The poem "The Young Queen" addresses the topic of the inauguration of the new queen of Australia. In this poem, the older Queen gives the young queen her blessing and prays that she will have the love of...

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