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Mowgli meets a Himilayan monkey named Langur. In the absence of Thuu, the leader of black cobras, Mowgli's friends try to guard the Cold Lair against human presence, but Mowgli and Langur take care of them with a ghost act.
Loud screeches ring in the jungle, which Baloo says maybe the "Giant Claw" beast, but its just Chil's intensified screeching. Mowgli and Bagheera carry out a plan to prevent Shere Khan from finding out about this.
Baloo and Mowgli go fishing. During a bad fish catch, Baloo is away in the river and later Bagheera with him. With some help from the turtles Oo and Boo, Mowgli prevents them from plunging down a waterfall.
Chil the Kite takes away Lali and Mowgli from the middle of a stream. He warns and takes Mowgli to a danger that poses by the stream and helps the wolves against a huge black cobra.
While swimming, Mowgli is captured by Jacala for his little crocs' meal. Baloo manages to stall them while Bagheera summons Hathi to help.
Mowgli fancies himself as the bravest in the jungle, but he carelessly falls down a well. Tabaqui helps him out for Shere Khan, but Hathi arrives to help Mowgli.
Shere Khan nabs Baloo and Bagheera, but before he can get Mowgli, Mowgli is carried by a storm down the river closing in on a waterfall, but he manages to rescue himself and Tabaqui.
Lali and Mowgli avoid Shere Khan as he follows their trail. Darzi passes a message to summon Baloo and Raksha to rescue the two as they have a tricking fight with Shere Khan.
Mowgli finds a golden scarab which he and Bala both like. They then compete with the Banderlogs and Shere Khan for it. After recovering it, Mowgli tosses the scarab down the waterfall.
Daruka summons the wolf pack to drive Shere Khan away. Baloo challenges Mowgli to a contest to prove he is fit.
By the end of the contest, Baloo gets trapped under logs. Mowgli brings Hathi to free Baloo, motivating him to take regular exercise.
An earthquake shakes through the jungle, getting Lali and Bala trapped in their cave. Kaa locates a shaft to exit the cave, which Mowgli and Kaa venture down to retrieve the wolf cubs.
Mowgli tries to live alone. He is met by Ponya, a red panda. Mowgli shows Ponya around the jungle trying to keep her out of trouble but needs Baloo and Bagheera's help to save her from poisonous cobras.
The wolf pack gather, but Akela has been bitten by the Horror Cobra. With Ikii's help, Mowgli obtains a poison cure also having to fend off Phaona's hindrance.
Appu becomes hotheaded and goes off by himself after Heetah wins a contest to see which of their trunks is longer than each other and gets stranded on a pillar in the Banderlog's lair.
With the reluctant help of the Banderlogs, Mowgli and his friends build a bridge to rescue Appu. Mowgli is late for the wolf council meeting, but Akela realizes Phaona's deceit.
Mowgli goes with Tabaqui to the Wishing Tree hoping to be a great hunter. Shere Khan comes for Mowgli, but after a long fight, he manages to scare Shere Khan away.
While Mowgli gets Kaa's old skin to scare away Tabaqui. Mowgli discovers a rubber ball formed inside a hollow coconut and regards it as his personally.
Shere Khan takes the opportunity to get Mowgli, but Bala and Lali save him. Tabaqui tricks Mowgli into taking the Mother Cobra's egg.
Shere Khan secures the only source of water in the drying up jungle and will only exchange it for Mowgli.
All seems hopeless until it starts raining. After Baloo and Bagheera pull him out, Mowgli feels angry, but can he learn to set a better example when Shere Khan is soon in danger himself.
Kaa hypnotizes himself into thinking he is a monkey, the King of Monkeys, and forces the Banderlog to serve him. Mowgli takes care of a newly hatched baby crocodile, taking advantage of an old legend to trick the Banderlogs into helping him.
Appu tests his growth using starstones. Mowgli tries to help Rikki Tikki Tavi the mongoose regain his strength and his confidence after a fight with the Groundhole Cobra.
Mowgli finds a mirror that has been dropped by a human, and Tabaqui becomes convinced there are more man-cubs lurking in the jungle than he originally thought.
Tabaqui attacks Mowgli and Rikki Tikki Tavi dives in to save him, but the animals begin to mock Mowgli for lacking bravery.
Mowgli challenges Phaona to a trial of bravery, but the appearance of Mani puts his chances of winning in jeopardy. Phaona complains to the pack that Mowgli is taking a risk by getting close to the man village, and suggests he should be returned there.
But Akela doesn't agree so Phaona talks Tabaqui into setting a meeting up with Shere Khan whom he tells of his plan to get rid of Mowgli and Akela at the same time.
Ponya runs for her life when lightning causes a fire in the mountains, and Tabaqui lures her into Shere Kahn's territory.
Mowgli and Bagheera offer to help a female buffalo find the right berry to cure her sick calf, but Shere Khan plots to get the young animal and the man-cub at the same time.
Shere Khan enlists Tabaqui's help to find the secret Elephant's Valley, where the females go to give birth. Mowgli helps Moky escape from Shere Khan, but becomes trapped himself.
The rogue black panther, Kala, is back in the jungle and looking for Mowgli. Mowgli impresses the animals in the jungle when he learns to paint but becomes trapped after helping a little monkey to escape.
Bagheera goes missing, and a strange panther-like creature begins attacking animals in the man village. Darzee wants to be brave and strong like the other big birds, but they have little faith in her.
Mowgli, Baloo, and Bagheera take her with them and soon need her help. Mowgli alleviates Jacala the crocodile's toothache before the man-cub is cornered near the river by Shere Khan.
Mowgli undertakes the Mist Valley test to prove he is worthy of being a part of the wolf pack. The Banderlogs are threatened by Shere Khan to steal Mowgli's necklace.
Their kidnapped baby Manny however escapes and gets Hathi to deal with Shere Khan. Green mold is growing in the jungle. Bagheera and Mowgli venture into the man village to procure Cedar Oil, barely managing to get away with it.
Mowgli and Bagheera try to find a missing monkey and reunite her with her baby. Mowgli becomes jealous of Ponya, and Tabaqui makes use of his envy to lure him into a trap.
Tabaqui comes across Mowgli's meat storage. He scares the Banderlogs but fails to find a hiding place and Shere Khan takes his stolen gain.
Baloo suffers a bump on the head and becomes convinced he is the king of the jungle! Mowgli meets a peacock named Pavo, who is ostracized by his kind for his timidness and colorless feathers.
Baloo falls for a female bear named Bella, but a jealous Mowgli suspects there is more to her than meets the eye.
He discovers that she is working in secret for Shere Khan and trying to separate the two of them. Mowgli finds a lost tiger cub named Chota and takes him back while trying to find his mother, but Shere Khan comes to believe the cub is a challenger to his place as King.
When Mowgli falls from a cliff, all the animals believe him dead, and Shere Khan gloats in victory. But Tabaqui begins to see what appears to see the man cub's ghost in the jungle.
Mowgli, Bala, and Lali help Ooh and Boo journey to see their babies hatching, all while avoiding the hungry Jacala. Bagheera and Baloo find their food in Mowgli's tree, and Ikii spreads a rumor that the man-cub is stealing food from other animals.
Baloo suffers a painful injury after falling from a tree, and Mowgli, Bagheera, and Rikki must grab medicinal honey from Hajeet the bad-tempered badger.
Meanwhile, Baloo struggles to survive with both his pain and Darzi's treatments. Mowgli wants to fly with Aliona and the cranes on their migration, but Masha and the Banderlogs want to beat him to it.
Tabaqui tricks Bala into daring Mowgli to pluck a whisker from Shere Khan to prove his bravery. Mowgli helps Rana, a temperamental wild boar, get back at Masha and the Banderlogs for teasing him by beating them at their own games of trickery.
Mowgli accidentally makes fun of Queen Masha and finds himself a prisoner in her kingdom. Also, Kaa is out for revenge on Queen Masha.
Kala returns and takes over the Cold Lair, running out the Banderlogs in the process. Mowgli and Masha must reluctantly work together to run out the rogue panther.
Hathi has forgotten how to perform the ancient Sun Dance, and Mowgli and Bagheera must find the turtles, Oo and Boo, to help him remember, or else the sun will disappear forever.
After suffering a bump on the head from a fight with Jacala, Shere Khan becomes convinced he is a frightened baby kitten.
Mowgli crashes into a bird's nest and is then tasked with protecting the birds' eggs from the hungry Kaa. Kala is on the hunt for Mowgli and a young deer named Choo Chip.
Mowgli must protect his new friend, who ends up suffering from weakened eyesight thanks to some berries. Tabaqui saves Mowgli and Bala from Shere Khan, earning the trust of the wolf pack.
Mowgli tries to uncover Tabaqui and Shere Khan's plot and outsmart them before the pack is put at risk. Heeta tries to master her grown-up elephant call with Mowgli's help before her herd's coming-of-age ceremony at sundown.
Darzee and Mowgli enter Kala's territory in search of maggots to help cure Bagheera of an infected wound. Mowgli plays with Baloo's glasses and ends up chasing Tabaqui throughout the jungle right into Shere Khan's trap.
Kaa ends up with the hiccups, and Mowgli must help cure him with a blue flower or else he will starve. Tabaqui challenges Mowgli to a series of challenges to see who is the better animal, but it all turns out to be another trap for the man-cub.
Mowgli must use strategy when the traitorous jackal needs saving. Mowgli sets off to guide three relatives of Hathi's, including their young son Rudy, through the swamp and away from Jacala.
It's Baloo's birthday and as much as he looks forward to feasting on his favorite bananas, there is something else he prefers: a fish that can only be caught in Shere Khan's territory.
Mowgli sets off to find it, but the villainous tiger lies in wait so Bagheera and Baloo realize they must be ready to rescue Mowgli.
The theme is echoed in the triumph of protagonists including Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and The White Seal over their enemies, as well as Mowgli's.
Another important theme is of law and freedom; the stories are not about animal behaviour , still less about the Darwinian struggle for survival, but about human archetypes in animal form.
They teach respect for authority, obedience, and knowing one's place in society with "the law of the jungle", but the stories also illustrate the freedom to move between different worlds, such as when Mowgli moves between the jungle and the village.
Critics have also noted the essential wildness and lawless energies in the stories, reflecting the irresponsible side of human nature. The Jungle Book has remained popular, partly through its many adaptations for film and other media.
Critics such as Swati Singh have noted that even critics wary of Kipling for his supposed imperialism have admired the power of his storytelling.
The stories were first published in magazines in — The original publications contain illustrations, some by the author's father, John Lockwood Kipling.
Rudyard Kipling was born in India and spent the first six years of his childhood there. After about ten years in England, he went back to India and worked there for about six and a half years.
These stories were written when Kipling lived in Naulakha , the home he built in Dummerston , Vermont , in the United States. The tales in the book as well as those in The Second Jungle Book , which followed in and includes five further stories about Mowgli are fables , using animals in an anthropomorphic manner to teach moral lessons.
The verses of "The Law of the Jungle", for example, lay down rules for the safety of individuals, families, and communities. Kipling put in them nearly everything he knew or "heard or dreamed about the Indian jungle".
The stories in The Jungle Book were inspired in part by the ancient Indian fable texts such as the Panchatantra and the Jataka tales.
The idea of beast-tales seems to me new in that it is a most ancient and long forgotten idea. The really fascinating tales are those that the Bodhisat tells of his previous incarnations ending always with the beautiful moral.
Most of the native hunters in India today think pretty much along the lines of an animal's brain and I have "cribbed" freely from their tales.
In a letter written and signed by Kipling in or around , states Alison Flood in The Guardian , Kipling confesses to borrowing ideas and stories in the Jungle Book : "I am afraid that all that code in its outlines has been manufactured to meet 'the necessities of the case': though a little of it is bodily taken from Southern Esquimaux rules for the division of spoils," Kipling wrote in the letter.
Kipling lived in India as a child, and most of the stories [a] are evidently set there, though it is not entirely clear where. The Kipling Society notes that "Seonee" Seoni , in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh is mentioned several times; that the "cold lairs" must be in the jungled hills of Chittorgarh ; and that the first Mowgli story, "In the Rukh", is set in a forest reserve somewhere in northern India, south of Simla.
This is drier than a monsoon climate and does not support tropical rainforest. The book is arranged with a story in each chapter.
Each story is followed by a poem that serves as an epigram. The early editions were illustrated with drawings in the text by John Lockwood Kipling Rudyard's father , and the American artists W.
Drake and Paul Frenzeny. The book has appeared in over print editions,  and over audiobooks. Critics such as Harry Ricketts have observed that Kipling returns repeatedly to the theme of the abandoned and fostered child, recalling his own childhood feelings of abandonment.
In his view, the enemy, Shere Khan, represents the "malevolent would-be foster-parent" who Mowgli in the end outwits and destroys, just as Kipling as a boy had to face Mrs Holloway in place of his parents.
Ricketts writes that in "Mowgli's Brothers", the hero loses his human parents at the outset, and his wolf fosterers at the conclusion; and Mowgli is again rejected at the end of "Tiger!
In Ricketts's view, the power that Mowgli has over all these characters who compete for his affection is part of the book's appeal to children.
The novelist Marghanita Laski argued that the purpose of the stories was not to teach about animals but to create human archetypes through the animal characters, with lessons of respect for authority.
She noted that Kipling was a friend of the founder of the Scout Movement , Robert Baden-Powell , who based the junior scout "Wolf Cubs" on the stories, and that Kipling admired the movement.
Part of this, Ricketts supposed, was Mrs Holloway's evangelicalism, suitably transformed. The rules required obedience and "knowing your place", but also provided social relationships and "freedom to move between different worlds".
The novelist and critic Angus Wilson noted that Kipling's law of the jungle was "far from Darwinian ", since no attacks were allowed at the water-hole, even in drought.
In Wilson's view, the popularity of the Mowgli stories is thus not literary but moral : the animals can follow the law easily, but Mowgli has human joys and sorrows, and the burden of making decisions.
The academic Jan Montefiore commented on the book's balance of law and freedom that "You don't need to invoke Jacqueline Rose on the adult's dream of the child's innocence or Perry Nodelman's theory of children's literature colonising its readers' minds with a double fantasy of the child as both noble savage and embryo good citizen, to see that the Jungle Books..
Sayan Mukherjee, writing for the Book Review Circle, calls The Jungle Book "One of the most enjoyable books of my childhood and even in adulthood, highly informative as to the outlook of the British on their 'native population'.
The academic Jopi Nyman argued in that the book formed part of the construction of " colonial English national identity"  within Kipling's " imperial project ".
Swati Singh, in his Secret History of the Jungle Book , notes that the tone is like that of Indian folklore, fable-like, and that critics have speculated that the Kipling may have heard similar stories from his Hindu bearer and his Portuguese ayah nanny during his childhood in India.
Singh observes, too, that Kipling wove "magic and fantasy" into the stories for his daughter Josephine, and that even critics reading Kipling for signs of imperialism could not help admiring the power of his storytelling.
The Jungle Book came to be used as a motivational book by the Cub Scouts , a junior element of the Scouting movement. This use of the book's universe was approved by Kipling at the request of Robert Baden-Powell , founder of the Scouting movement, who had originally asked for the author's permission for the use of the Memory Game from Kim in his scheme to develop the morale and fitness of working-class youths in cities.
Akela , the head wolf in The Jungle Book , has become a senior figure in the movement; the name is traditionally adopted by the leader of each Cub Scout pack.
The Jungle Book has been adapted many times in a wide variety of media. In literature, Robert Heinlein wrote the Hugo Award-winning science fiction novel, Stranger in a Strange Land , when his wife, Virginia , suggested a new version of The Jungle Book , but with a child raised by Martians instead of wolves.
It follows a baby boy who is found and brought up by the dead in a cemetery. It has many scenes that can be traced to Kipling, but with Gaiman's dark twist.
It consists of quotations from the book, set as choral pieces and solos for soprano, tenor or baritone.
The music was by John Mayer. The book's text has been adapted for younger readers with comic book adaptations such as DC Comics Elseworlds ' story, " Superman: The Feral Man of Steel ", in which an infant Superman is raised by wolves, while Bagheera, Akela, and Shere Khan make appearances.
Stuart Paterson wrote a stage adaptation in , first produced by the Birmingham Old Rep in and published in by Nick Hern Books. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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