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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Some of the world's most renowned scholars of author Rudyard Kipling will learn more about the years he lived in Vermont, penning some of his most famous works far from the Indian subcontinent where he made his name.
About 60 Kipling scholars from the United Kingdom and the U.S. will gather at Marlboro College on Monday and Tuesday to discuss his works during the first-ever meeting of the Kipling Society outside the U.K.
The keynote speech will be given Monday by Thomas Pinney, a Kipling scholar and retired professor from California's Pomona College.
Kipling was attracted to Vermont because of his American wife.
Part of the draw for the scholars will be the Tuesday tour of Kipling's Vermont estate, Naulakha.