Rudyard Kipling Writing Styles in Rudyard Kipling's Verse

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Point of View

The majority of Kipling's poems are written from the first person point of view. Although this first person point of view is generally narrated in Kipling's voice, he sometimes writes his poems from the point of view of a different person. The poem "La Nuit Blanche" is written in the first person point of view. This poem appears to be written in Kipling's own voice. Other poems, such as "The Song of Diego Valdez," are written from the first person point of view, but not written from Kipling's point of view. It is deducted that the poem is written from the point of view of Diego Valdez. The poem "France" is interesting because it is written from a first person point of view, but this point of view is not the point of view of a person. This poem is told from the point of view...

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