Letters from Rupert Brooke to his publisher, 1911-1914.
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Published by Octagon Books in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915 -- Correspondence.,
  • Sidgwick, Frank -- Correspondence.,
  • Poets, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence.,
  • Authors and publishers -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Limited ed. of 400 copies. No. 393.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6003.R4 Z547 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination[63] p. :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5185535M
ISBN 100374909970
LC Control Number75004445
OCLC/WorldCa2034652

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Rupert Brooke and Other Poems. Published by This is a Good Copy of this book in Publisher's black cloth with paper title label to spine lettered in copy with NO previous ownership inscriptions binding with no hinge weakness and their is no leaning or rolling to spotting to the fore-edge   Brooke toured the United States and Canada to write travel diaries for the Westminster Gazette. Amongst his other works are: The Bastille (), Poems (), The South Seas (), and Other Poems (), Lithuania (), The Collected Poems English poet Rupert Brooke (), famed for his WW I sonnets, began writing love letters to Noel Oliver () in , when she and they exchanged missives until his war-related de The Letters of Rupert Brooke, edited by Geoffrey Keynes, Harcourt, Rupert Brooke: A Reappraisal and Selection From His Writings, Some Hitherto Unpublished, edited by Timothy Rogers, Barnes & Noble, Four Poems of Rupert Brooke, Scolar Press (London), Letters From Rupert Brooke to His Publisher, , Octagon Books,

Brooke was born in , the second of three boys. He was six years younger than Richard, an alcoholic who died during Rupert’s first year at Cambridge, and three years older than Alfred, who   Rupert Brooke shot to prominence in when his poem 'The Soldier' captured the mood of romantic sacrifice at the start of the First World War: 'If I should die think only this of me:/That there's some corner of a foreign field/ That is forever England.' › Books › Literature & Fiction › Poetry. Keith Hale is author of the novels Clicking Beat on the Brink of Nada and Letters to a Shooting Star. He has edited an anthology of gay literature from antiquity through the First World War (Ode to Boy), a collection of Lord Byron's love poetry for boys (Edleston), a collection of Rupert Brooke's letters that had been sealed for eighty years due to their homosexual themes (Friends and Apostles From the description of Rupert Brooke postcards, (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: Rupert Brooke (), educated at Rugby School and King's College, Cambridge, was a member of the Georgian Poets. His most famous work, the sonnet sequence and Other Poems, appeared in ://w65d8rjt.

From , Rupert Brooke spent much of his time there. His association with poets such as Brooke led to his creation of an anthology of modern verse, entitled Georgian Poetry. Among the poets included were Rupert Brooke, Lascelles Abercrombie, Walter de la Mare and D.H.  › Home › University Library. 2 days ago  rupert brooke the complete poems Posted By Patricia Cornwell Library TEXT ID efc3 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library will appeal to all keen poetry lovers but will be of special value to those with an interest in war poetry and specifically poetry   "Letters From Rupert Brooke to His Publisher", () I libri biografici su Rupert Brooke. Keith Hale, (a cura di), Friends and Apostles: The Correspondence of Rupert Brooke-James Strachey, – Arthur Springer, Red Wine of Youth—A Biography of Rupert Brooke (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, ). As a young man, Brooke wrote poems and published in anthologies and periodicals; his first volume of poetry, simply titled Poems, appeared in and (according to a note printed in this edition of and Other Poems) was reprinted in and twice in The contents of this volume are separated into sections beginning with the war