Graves, Robert, 1895-1985
- Existence: 1895-07-24 - 1985-12-07
Robert Graves (1895-1985), British poet, author, and translator
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Letter : Mallorca, Spain, to Maynard Mack, New Haven, 1961 Jul 25
ALS, with envelope, regarding honorary memberships.
Letters, 1929-63, n.d.
Four ALS including letter to Harold Monro dated 1929 Aug 27; 2 letters to Terry Hards with envelopes, dated Feb 7 and Apr 12 1963; and an undated letter to Miriam Benkovitz with envelope.
TLS from William Jackson Books dated 1935 Nov 8 is annotated with an ANS by Graves dated 1935 Nov 13.
With "Forward," for a book of poems by Terence Hards, TM carbon with manuscript corrections in Graves' hand.
Letters : Deya, Mallorca, to Cleopatra Usher, 1115 N. Genesse, Los Angeles 46, California, EE.UU, 1968-1977, n.d.
Nineteen ALS and one TLS, many on Grave's personal letterhead, to an American admirer. With eighteen envelopes.
Notes : London, to Rudi Holzapfel, 1959-60
Three ANS and one TNS on postcards.
Removed from The Undying Day by Robert Greacen (London: Falcon Press, 1948).
Poems by Terence Hards, n.d.
Poems, "Life is no joke to laugh at," and "I hate you all; yes, for your part in this," 2 TM by Terence Hards.
"The Dead Foxhunter", n.d.
Poem, autograph manuscript, in the hand of Edith Somerville.
A note written and initialled by Somerville reads: "Robert Graves refused to allow me to include this poem in my anthology, saying that Poets should be classed, and not Poems."
Removed from Notes of the Horn... collected by E. E. Somerville (New York, 1934).