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Browse through Rupert Brooke's poems and quotes. A man of great physical beauty by reputation, Rupert Brooke was born in Rugby, Warwickshire where he attended the local school.

Browse through Rupert Brooke's poems and quotes. 118 poems of Rupert Brooke. He then gained entry into King's College, Cambridge (1905-11) where he became a Fellow in 1912. He travelled extensively and wrote many travel letters for the 'Westminster Gazette', London (1912-13).

Rupert Brook's poetry. Includes frontis portrait and facsimile of handwritten draft of The Soldier as housed in the British Museum. some of them are almost predictive of his life and death.

This volume contains the complete poetical works of Rupert Brooke. Brooke's beautifully haunting poetry will appeal to all keen poetry lovers, but will be of special value to those with an interest in war poetry, and specifically poetry relating to the First World War. This wonderful volume makes for a worthy addition to any bookshelf, and is not to be missed by collectors of Brooke's seminal work

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Langston Hughes Shel Silverstein Pablo Neruda Maya Angelou Edgar Allan Poe Robert Frost Emily Dickinson Elizabeth Barrett Browning E. E. Cummings Walt Whitman William Wordsworth Allen Ginsberg Sylvia Plath Jack Prelutsky William Butler Yeats Thomas Hardy Robert Hayden Amy Lowell Oscar Wilde Theodore Roethke All Poets. Sort by: Views Alphabetically. Total Poems: 102. 1. The Soldier. 2. Dining-Room Tea. 3. The Little Dog's Day. 4. Jealousy.

Lithuania: A Drama in One Act, Chicago Little Theatre, 1915. Letters From America (essays first published in Westminster Gazette and New Statesman), preface by Henry James, Scribner, 1916. John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama (thesis), John Lane, 1916.

Read by Rupert Brooke. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Complete Poems of Rupert Brooke. This collections includes one of my favourite ever poems, The Soldier, and several other of Brooke's poems which made me sit back and think "wow". So he was certainly a talented writer.

Rupert Chawner Brooke (middle name sometimes given as Chaucer) (3 August 1887 – 23 April 1915) was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the First World War (especi. ally The Soldier); however, he never experienced combat at first hand. He was also known for his boyish good looks, which prompted the Irish poet William Butler Yeats to describe him as "the handsomest young man in England".

This volume presents the complete poetical works of Rupert Brooke, with beautiful illustrations and the usual Delphi bonus material

This volume presents the complete poetical works of Rupert Brooke, with beautiful illustrations and the usual Delphi bonus material. Version 1) Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Brooke's life and works A concise introduction to the life and poetry of this important war poet Excellent formatting of the poems, with line numbers ñ ideal for students Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry Easily locate the poems you want to read Even includes Brooke's rare play.

THE COMPLETE POEMS OF RUPERT BROOKE. The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Seller Inventory GOR007994035. More information about this seller Contact this seller 6.

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Rupert Brook's poetry. Includes frontis portrait and facsimile of handwritten draft of "The Soldier" as housed in the British Museum.

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Zbr
The poetry is superb--Brooke is one of the most underrated poets of the 20th century. This particular edition is trash, however. The publisher forgot to print the title on the front cover--it just says "of Rupert Brooke," which should give you some sense of the care that went into printing this. The header on every page says "The Complete Poems of Robert Brooke." Robert? The publisher should probably go back to its original business of cleaning sewers, or whatever he did before he decided to defile books.
Grarana
Enjoyed this after reading about Rupert Brooke in another book before the First War. He was a real ladies man.....and his poems are evocative of the period before the war blew up.....some of them are almost predictive of his life and death.
Crazy
Truly a master of poetry. Most enjoyable to read in short segments, to absorb the music of his words too.
Jeb
I happened upon the poetry of Rupert Brooke in an old old (truly ancient) used bookstore in a serene corner of Vancouver Island... something about this aged, sepia-colored, hardcover beauty of a book made me feel it had been abandoned by someone else and left there especially for me to find. The rest of the day I was on the beach with it, and each new page further convinced me that I had stumbled upon greatness. Each phrase carried a thoughtful hush along with it, and I felt that to breathe was an interruption. Time and time again I have been brought back to the poetry of Brooke, and this collection has become one of my treasures. Someone abandoned it for me to find, and yet it has become something I would run back into a burning house to retrieve.
These are brief poems about love and longing, doubts, serenity, nature and goodness, frivolity, victory and jealousy, and stirring wartime sonnets that express a noble idealism in the face of death. These latter are grouped under the author's title of "1914" and are his most well-known series, perhaps not only because of their perfection, but also because of their prophetic nature. Brooke lived a brief but eventful life (1887-1915). With the outbreak of World War I he was commissioned in England's Royal Navy, and took part in a disastrous expedition at Antwerp which ended in retreat. At the age of 27, he died from blood-poisoning on board a French hospital ship off the coast of Skyros, Greece. He was buried at night, by torchlight, in an olive grove about a mile inland. Reportedly, if you go there you will find a little wooden cross with just his name and the date of his birth and his death marked on it in black. The fifth poem (entitled The Soldier) in Brooke's sonnet sequence begins... "If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field that is for ever England."
Gavinranara
I first picked up this book in my local library when I was in high school at the tail-end of the 1980s. It totally changed my life. I knew I was a poet/writer from an early age, but reading Rupert Brooke's work really inspired me to dig deeper within myself and be a better writer. With the exception of Dylan Thomas and William Blake, Brooke was the one writer I admired above all others. I have carried this book around with me for the past13 years, and whenever I need inspiration I read his poems. Although I don't find all of them to my taste, there are some that stand out above all others, most notably "The Call", "The Voice", "Success" and "Ambarvalia" - some of these are incredible mystic poems that inspired a lot of my simliar work. I would advise anyone interested in the war era poets, or just darn good poetry, to look this one up. It's awesome.
Chilldweller
Good sound copy as described
Oppebro
This is a great book with some of the best poetry ever written. Great for anyone that wants to get into Rupert's work.
The best of the best in poetry that is both romantic and real. Very easy to relate to...the human questions we all hold in our hearts. MW
Rupert Brooke: The Complete Poems download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Rupert Brooke
ISBN: 0404146473
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Ams Pr Inc; 2 edition (June 1, 1942)
Pages: 167 pages