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Honors English IV H1.03 01.03H Response Log and Questions Save Print The Man Who Would Be King Author: Rudyard Kipling Year Published: 1888 Genre: novella Pages: 1-13 Biographical details of Author: Connections with author's biography and characters or setting: Setting: Include two or more sentences from the text in support of the locations. Explain the connection of setting examples to the characters. Explain your response to the setting examples.
Characters: Include two sentences from the text to describe each main character: Daniel Dravot “...and the less said about our professions the better, for we have been most things in our time. Soldier, sailor, compositor, photographer, proofreader, street, preacher, and correspondents of the Backwoodsman when we thought the paper wanted one.” Peachy Carhehan “I have still to be brother to a prince, though I once came near to kinship with what might have been veritable King and was promise the reversion of a kingdom -army, law-courts, revenue and policy all complete. I greatly fear that my King is dead, and if

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