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which is the title I will use throughout. 1 Part One details the influence of two animal empathy writers, Lockwood Kipling and Ernest Thompson Seton, on the Jungle Books. Part Two uses recent philosophical studies of empathy in the animal and human relationship. Part Three applies a German philosophy of art history to the new look of the O/B and Doubleday Jungle Books. Part Four interprets selected Jungle Books stories in the light of Parts one, two and three. The first written work that shedsdoi:10.17265/2159-5836/2018.01.001 fatcat:nhvqt3dlw5dg7geyopfw6ruxfe