A treasure trove for Kipling fans

The Guardian informs me that more than 50 previously unpublished Rudyard Kipling poems will be released for the first time this month. The poems were apparently discovered by American scholar Thomas Pinney. Some were stashed among family papers and the archive of a former head of the Cunard Line, and others were found during renovations at a house in Manhattan. The new poems, along with 1,300(!) previously-published examples of Kipling's work, will be included in the three-volume Cambridge Edition of The Poems of Rudyard Kipling, due out this Thursday.
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