Mr. Kipling is called the “Laureate of the music hall? Give the logic


Mr. Kipling has been called the “Laureate of the Music Hall.” If by that phrase it is meant that is merely a clever, slangy, and superficial expositor of the inherent qualities of human nature, then the phrase is unjust.

He is very much more than a maker of catch-penny jingles, though he is not above banjo strains. Some of his admirers would indignantly reject such a suggestion by recalling poems like the Recessional. His colloquial “dialect” verse are more reliable, and in place of disclaiming for him this epithet, seek to show how admirable a thing it is when rightly understood to call him Laureate of Music Hall.

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