Definition of Robert Graves
1. Noun. English writer known for his interest in mythology and in the classics (1895-1985).
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1. The Book of Modern British Verse by William Stanley Braithwaite (1919)
"III Back Robert Graves THEY ask me where I've been, And what I've done and seen. But what can I reply Who know it wasn'tI, But some one just like me, ..."
2. Junior High School Literature by William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck (1920)
"THE ASSAULT HEROIC Robert Graves Down in the mud I lay, Tired out by my long day . . . Five sleepless days and nights . . . Dream-snatched, and set me where ..."
3. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"... in giving rise to the morbid process in the brain? ART. III.—Remarks on the Water Supply in Dublin in 1890 and 1894.' By WILLIAM Robert Graves, ..."
4. Poems of the War and the Peace by Sterling Andrus Leonard (1921)
"The music ceased, and the red sunset flare Was blood about his head as he stood there. Robert Graves MORITURI TE SALUTANT ..."
5. A Treasury of War Poetry: British and American Poems of the World War, 1914-1919 by George Herbert Clarke (1919)
"Robert Graves ON A TROOPSHIP, 1915 FAREWELL! the village leaning to the hill, And all the cawing rooks that homeward fly; The bees; the drowsy anthem of the ..."