Robert Graves: His Life and Work

Martin Seymour-Smith

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Robert Graves: His Life and Work

Robert Graves His Life and Work This biography was first published in Martin Seymour Smith had known Robert Graves since early boyhood had lived in his house for than three years He wrote it with Grave s help at his home in D

  • Title: Robert Graves: His Life and Work
  • Author: Martin Seymour-Smith
  • ISBN: 9780030221712
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This biography was first published in 1982 Martin Seymour Smith had known Robert Graves since early boyhood, had lived in his house for than three years He wrote it with Grave s help, at his home in Deya, while Graves sometime mistress muse, the notorious Laura Riding, was still alive Since then, some of the material Seymour Smith deliberately suppreThis biography was first published in 1982 Martin Seymour Smith had known Robert Graves since early boyhood, had lived in his house for than three years He wrote it with Grave s help, at his home in Deya, while Graves sometime mistress muse, the notorious Laura Riding, was still alive Since then, some of the material Seymour Smith deliberately suppressed has been aired, is no longer as sensitive as it was In this expanded largely rewritten edition, he sets the record straight.

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    1. Moira Russell on said:

      The original 1982 edition of this book was useful, if partisan, but his 1995 rewrite has made it jumbled, unreliable and full of bile.

    2. Erik Graff on said:

      Except for Graves, Cohen, Thomas, Yeats, Shakespeare and Browning, I haven't read much "modern" poetry since college. It really ought be read aloud, for that an audience is preferred and the process is time-consuming. Besides, it's fiction, not fact and life is short.Graves is a special poet, his poetry being, first, supplemented by essays, translations, novels and theoretics--much of which I've read--and, second, informed by a globalizing theory of poetics which takes into account history, anth [...]

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