Rupert Brooke Essays
The Imagery of Landscape in the Poetry of the First World War: From Rupert Brooke to Edward Thomas College
Rupert Brooke: Poems
At the turn of the nineteenth century, and the start of the ‘War to end all Wars’, there was a rise in an exclusive kind of poetry, born in the suffering hands of the ‘War poet’. He is often seen in a state of despair, and combines the peaceful...