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Goodbye to All That and But It Still Goes onby Robert Graves
Synopses & Reviews
Bringing together three of Robert Graves' most significant writings on the meaning of the Great War—the original 1929 edition of Goodbye to All That, the essay A Postscript to Goodbye to All That, and the play But It Still Goes On—this volume brings works that have been long out of print to a new audience. These works explore the nature of personal literature written about the Great War, as well as the cultural and emotional wasteland left in its wake. The introduction by Steven Trout provides an invaluable context for Graves' classic autobiography.
About the Author
Robert Graves was a poet, classical scholar, novelist, and critic. He is best known for the novels Greek Myths; I, Claudius; and The White Goddess. Steven Trout is a professor of English at Fort Hays State University. He has published widely on British and American literature of the First World War.
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