Review: GOODBYE TO ALL THAT by Robert Graves

Howling Frog Books recently read and reviewed Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s a snippet:

One interesting element of the memoir is Graves’ descriptions or friendships with other authors and poets.  Even as a small child he met several (you will not be surprised to find Swinburne described as “a public menace”), and during the war he knew most of the other war poets you’ve heard of.

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Review: GOODBYE TO ALL THAT by Robert Graves

Matt’s Book Blog recently read and reviewed Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s a sample:

Depending on one’s point of view, this is most famous or notorious of memoirs coming out of the First World War. Graves lets himself write about as pissed off a book as we will ever see a civilized, well-read Englishman of his generation write. No Ford Madox Ford-like melancholy.

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