The early poetry of Robert Graves

the goddess beckons

By Kersnowski, Frank L.

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978-0-29274-343-4
Publisher
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2002.


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Reviewed on August 12, 2002

When Robert Graves returned to England after World War I, he wrote of seeing the heads of dead comrades on the bodies of the living. So he took advantage of the then-new practice of psychiatry to treat both his shell shock and a second difficulty, sexual trauma. Like many young Englishmen in that strait-laced era, Graves had gone from same-sex crushes on schoolmates straight into marriage; on his wedding night, both he and his bride were virgins. Before long, this already fretful union became even more difficu...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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