Which best explains the effect that imperialism had upon the poem The Law of the Wolves?
A. Kipling’s experience with British imperialism in India shaved his opinions on how societies functioned.
B. Kipling’s understanding of imperialism led him to believe that man can only survive as an individual rather than in groups.
C. Kipling’s childhood in India led him to believe that all world powers should be subjected to British rule as is a parent in the poem.
D. Kipling’s experiences with imperialism created an idea, for him, of the British as wolves, devouring the native groups in India.