Definition of Rupert brooke
1. Noun. English lyric poet (1887-1915).
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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Brooke, Rupert, Ш7-Ш5 Collected poems of rupert brooke. Review. ... Lit Digest 51:1483 D 25 '15 The cost: tribute to Ronald Poulton and rupert brooke. ..."
2. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"... to distinction as rupert brooke; he shone from first to last, and seldom disappointed expectation. He had no disadvantages to contend with; his athletic ..."
3. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1916)
"... introduce rupert brooke—that being, "young, happy, radiant, extraordinarily endowed and irresistibly attaching," whose life in England and whose death ..."
4. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley (1921)
"NIAGARA FALLS By rupert brooke Brooke was born in 1887, son of a master at ... This magnificent bit of description was written by rupert brooke as one of ..."
5. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley (1921)
"NIAGARA FALLS By rupert brooke The poet usually is the best reporter, ... This magnificent bit of description was written by rupert brooke as one of the ..."
6. Some Contemporary Poets (1920) by Harold Monro, Thomas Sturge Moore (1920)
"rupert brooke rupert brooke was beginning to be known both as a poet and for rare personal beauty when his death at the age of twenty-eight, on his way out ..."
7. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"But with the figure and the gesture of rupert brooke he was immensely, ... It was the personal, the social, culmination of rupert brooke that most enamored ..."
8. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Harriet Monroe, Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"rupert brooke RETROSPECT In your arms was still delight, Quiet as a street at night; And thoughts of you, I do remember, Were green leaves in a darkened ..."