Tuesday, 7th May 2019
11.00 am
Upper Room, Town Hall

Jean Moorcroft Wilson relates how Robert Graves’ status as a ‘war poet’ depended mainly on his best selling 1929 memoir Good-bye to All That. His son William reprinted most of Robert’s poetry in Poems About War in 1988 and in the words of the Evening Standard this biography is: ‘a fine attempt to give Graves his due in that context’.

‘Dilgent and insightful’ Times

‘especially good on [Graves’] relationships with Sassoon and TE Lawrence’, Guardian.

Jean Moorcroft Wilson, leading expert on the WWI poets, has lectured for many years at the University of London, in the United States and South Africa. Her books include biographies of Isaac Rosenberg (shortlisted Duff Cooper prize), Siegfried Sassoon and Edward Thomas, and Virginia Woolf, Life and London: a Biography of Place.

This event is sponsored by Draycott Books Tel: 01386 841392 2 Sheep Street, Chipping Campden

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