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Robert Graves

Robert von Ranke Graves (also known as Robert Ranke Graves and most commonly Robert Graves) 24 July 1895 – 7 December 1985 was an English poet, scholar/translator/writer of antiquity specializing in Classical Greece and Rome, and novelist.

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Robert Graves was not only a writer of history, but also of children’s poems. Check out Ann of Highwood Hall
Robert Graves (1895 – 1985), British poet, novelist and translator: “To be a poet is a condition rather than a profession.”
There are almost no bodies buried in San Francisco - In the 30's the city closed all the cemeteries, dug up all graves, …
philosophy professor Shawn Graves, Ph.D., to lecture on love, justice and poverty on March 16:
.Hertford millwright Robert Hinche 1777 and wife Elizabeth 1764 have millstones for graves
There’s no in poetry, but then there’s no in money, either. ROBERT GRAVES.
Wouldn't at all be surprised to see them a clear second behind the Mercs but in front of Williams.
After reading a few of the conclusions from testing, I think Seb and Ferrari haven't yet placed all their cards on the table
I haven't studied this properly but wont the Samsung S6 Edge just mean u have a phone that's more likely to smash the screen if u drop it??
the time is only shown once on the S6
I find the myth of the White Goddess disturbing - the version put forward by Robert Graves. He promotes what he speaks against. Patriarchy.
Robert Graves i'm not a cat fan but this made me laugh
Do not get blown away. I won't accept responsibility!
funny, I was just thinking of doing exactly that :)
Ah - lovely! Go out and take a snap in the same place at 17.30... Quite different!
St. Leonards beach. Its not bad in the sun, even if a bit windy...
Not many on or have been on the beach this morn. Although I did see a swimmer. Warm just what u might call tad breezy
Robert Graves The remarkable thing about Shakespeare is that he really is very good in spite of all the people who say he is very good. :)
David Jones, Robert Graves, and the Rest of the Royal Welch Celebrate St. David’s Day; Tolkien Receives a Summons
How language changes: 'The town was *** wrote Robert Graves of Le Havre in 'Goodbye to all that'
Robert Graves' battalion MT Soldiers of the Royal Welch Fusiliers wearing the Regimental 'Flash'
Lawrence and the Arabs by Robert Graves 1927 third impression HB
Robert Graves the last car is a perfect fit for you! Your dream car!
"There's no money in poetry. But there's no poetry in money, either." – Robert Graves
Robert Graves Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them. :-D
Robert Graves on Praying in the Spirit: We do not win; we do not earn. We simply believe.
Currently reading 'I,Claudius' Robert Graves' 1934 novel.Graves is a genius even if this book was his cash cow
There's a Rupert Graves, Robert Graves, I Claudius, Derek Jacobi thing going on in my head.
Every fairy child may keep, Two strong ponies and ten sheep; All have houses, each his own, Built of brick or granite stone. Robert Graves
In 1917, a motor cab carrying Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen to this suburban Scottish golf club..
This is a top MT “Ian Hamilton says baby Robert Graves *** cooed' by Swinburne on Wimbledon Common.”
Ian Hamilton tells us that baby Robert Graves was *** cooed' by Swinburne on Wimbledon Common.
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sinkhole at J9 meant it took 1hr40 to get to work, a new record! Although this provided some entertainment...😕 http:/…
My advice. If u r M3 or North trying to get to Reigate or behond, go for a road trip around the top of the M25, it'll be quicker
Surrounding routes are grid locked too. Stationary Chertsey bridge onwards (towards Woking, A3 etc)
The author of this lovely piece is Robert Graves, as annotated in a novel by A.S. Byatt ❤️
omg yes, and Jessie Weston's book. God help me I even read that wild robert graves goddess book
Today, I have a hot lap in Ferrari F12berlinetta. Watch the video here:
"One gets to the heart of the matter by a series of experiences in the same pattern, but in different colour" Robert Graves
Superb Sainsbury's Christmas ad. 100s of soldiers downing arms and singing silent night on Christmas eve during WW1
He is quick, thinking in clear images;. I am slow, thinking in broken images. - Robert Graves (1895-1985)
Love this! "There is no such thing as good writing. Only good rewriting." -Robert Graves
did you know that it was Robert Graves who pointed Wasson to Shultes leading him to Mexico? so much culture in that link.
One of the very best. DOP Robert Elswit on 'Nightcrawler' & 'Inherent Vice' -
"No matter how big your house is or how big your bank account is, our graves will always be the same size. Stay humble."
I miss this day when Sista Pam, the iriest *** sista alive, Robert D Graves Jr. And Shay ar longtime BURNING...
The Somme in Seven Poems: animated poems (Robert Graves, David Jones, Siegfried Sassoon & more) relay the...
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"Hate is a fear, and fear is rot. That cankers root and fruit alike..." ~ Robert Graves.
A little late, but for Remembrance Day, I'm reading A Dead Boche - a stark reminder of the truth of war from Robert Graves
Love is a universal migraine... X,D. -Robert Graves
‘War was return of earth to ugly earth, War was foundering of sublimities, Extinction of each happy art and faith’ Robert Graves
It is! It always makes me think of how Emperor Claudius supposedly visited Robert Graves in dreams, and how this is not that.
Robert Graves' Study, Deia, an evocative and unexpected place to be todayday
ARMISTICE DAY, 1918 . by ROBERT GRAVES. "What's all this hubbub and yelling,. Commotion and scamper of feet,. With...
the books I used in my project were "Goodbye to All That" about Robert Graves, who was very good friends with Siegfried Sassoon
(Also, Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon would covertly meet in the trenches to critique each other's writing and gossip about boys,)
Great WW1 book for has to be Goodbye To All That by Robert Graves
(In Goodbye To All That, Robert Graves actually singles out the Canadian soldiers for being particularly bigoted.)
"Kill if you must, but never hate": poems by Edward Thomas and Robert Graves.
I'm torn between 'The Song of Achilles' by Madeline Miller and 'The Greek Myths' by Robert Graves as my favourites 😁
It does sadden me that Scotland rejected independence. I can just hear William Wallace and Robert Bruce turning over in their graves.
aka Karen von Blixen-Finecke; aka Isak Dinesen; aka Tania Blixen, aka Osceola; aka Pierre Andrézel Karen von Blixen-Finecke (1885 - 1962), née Karen Christenze Dinesen, was a Danish author also known by her pen name Isak Dinesen. She also wrote under the pen names Tania Blixen, Osceola and Pierre Andrézel. Blixen wrote works in Danish, French and English. Blixen is best known for Out of Africa, her account of living in Kenya, and one of her stories, Babette's Feast, both of which have been adapted into highly acclaimed, Academy Award-winning motion pictures. Prior to the release of the first film, she was noted for her Seven Gothic Tales, for which she is also known in Denmark. Peter Englund, permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, described it as "a mistake" that Blixen was not awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature during the 1930s. Although never awarded the prize, she finished in third place behind Graham Greene in 1961, the year Ivo Andrić was awarded the prize. Karen Dinesen was born on 17 Ap ...
"The first body I came upon was Samson's. Shot seventeen times, I found that he had forced his knuckles into his mouth to stop himself screaming and luring other members of the company to their deaths."-Robert Graves
Just seen the footage of drifting his car through the last corner of the Singapore gp circuit in fp2.
This is the guy who sounds Canadian (maybe American?), executing captives who have just dug their own graves. http…
Augustus reminds me of I, Claudius by Robert graves. Might be an interesting comparison.
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Robert Graves, a famous English poet and scholar, was among the first foreign settlers from England, in
"Counting the Beats" Robert Graves MT. The rhythm of love in time”
George Washington and Robert E Lee are rolling over in their Graves from all this communism
She just got back from borrowing Robert Graves hat which he'd lifted earlier from Frank Lloyd Wright?
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Too *** bad they didn't gain their independence my ancestor Robert the Bruce shall be turning in their graves
We are booked and checked in Delta 1615 boarding 9/20/14. I cannot get boarding passes to print. Robert Ewing Graves.
Rupert Graves would bring an ambiguously dangerous quality to the role of Robert Bullock in on
Scotland; Prince Charlie, Robert Bruce, & the not-Mel Gibson William Wallace are rolling in their graves. U can't like Eng. It's tradition
Marriage, like money, is still with us; and, like money, progressively devalued.
My great great great grandpa Robert the Bruce and uncle William Wallace just turned over in their graves
To say the likes of Robert Bruce, William Wallace&Andrew Murray would be turning in their graves right now is a bit of an understatement eh
William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Bonny Prince Charlie must be spinning in their graves seeing what has become of their descendents.
Well, Scotland voted not to be an Independent nation. William Wallace and Robert the Bruce are turning in their graves right now.
Anybody commenting on Scottish semi-mythological heroes turning in their graves just remember that a) robert the bruce fought for Ed I
Mary,James Stewart,Robert the Bruce,Taggart,Mel Gibson,they'll all be turning in their graves this morning
Today I learned that Robert Graves (the surgeon), who gave his name to Graves' Disease, also invented putting second hands on watches.
William and robert will be turning in their graves.
Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, rab c Nesbit, they're all turning in their graves.
Robert the Bruce and William Wallace will be turning in their graves today.
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Let them rejoice as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce turn in their graves and Edward I wishes he was born 700 years later.
Robert The Bruce & William Wallace turning in their graves - fought for it through history when offered on plate u say no?
Meanwhile William Wallace & Robert the Bruce are rolling in their graves. It's crazy 2 think how I wrote my thesis on
And Scotland voted no! Hmm at least they were allowed to vote no. Ah, William Wallace and Robert De Bruce will be roiled in their graves.
Well...William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Andrew moray would be spinning in their graves but...
William Wallace and Robert the Bruce must be rolling over in their graves. 4 have already voted No. Wow Scots have no balls
Add Robert Graves, John McCrae, Erich Maria Remarque to your list if that's the kind of writing you like.
The Royal Crescent alight with lighting!! Before and after!
A Welsh Incident by Robert Graves. Sent to me by Bernard Young after a talk about local famous literary men
Aye. I remember Robert Graves describing that ancient scenario in THE WHITE GODDESS.
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The White Goddess: Presence and Power in the Poetry of Robert Graves
2/2 to the trenches every night with the was about a 12 mile walk there & back.' Robert Graves, Goodbye to All That
Books and Melodies trip was successful. No panic attack, and I'm finally going to read Robert Graves.
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Prof Ronan O'Connell delivers the Robert Graves lecture at RCPI tonight
The supply of good women far exceeds that of the men who deserve them. ~Robert Graves
It is "less important to be well than to be a good poet" Robert Ranke-
On the way to the airport and actually laughing out loud with Robert Graves' "Goodbye to All That." Why?! It's not very funny.
The world has so far passed me by it's coming up behind me. confused Rupert Graves and Robert Graves this a.m.
thought you meant Robert Graves and was trying to imagine the circumstances
So Robert Graves is a sexist guy! We went to Sears to see how much additional tools will be for the class he's...
I think if I was Scottish I'd vote Yes
Was the reserve driver (Pascal Wehrlein) announcement today in preparation for Nico or Lewis not being allowed to drive?
less followers today. Ah, if I might paraphrase Robert Graves yet again, if you can't be yourself, why bother?
I think if the Scots vote to stay within the UK, Robert the Bruce, Braveheart & the likes will roll over in their graves.
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has the Kenley memorial flight tomorrow been cancelled?
unlucky. Robs loved it seeing as the rents don't have it.
'We believe a world or have none.' - Robert Creeley
For superb WW1 memoirs, try Robert Graves, Goodbye to all That and Vera Brittain's Testament of Youth.
there's a great fictionalised retelling of his life written by Robert Graves that's worth getting hold of if not seen.
my second thought was Formula 1, but that's 2 words. Also Finland
yeah yeah. Was gonna ask you lot if you were free tom to meet up as we don't have any plans. X
cool. We're gonna leave here in an hour. I'll what's app you where we are going to park n walk too. X
we only decided 10mins ago lol. You were about to be asked by honest!
do find ppl make plans without us any more. :-( Half the time we are actually back up in the area. X
if it finishes early I'll give ya a call.
yea we'll come. R off down to I believe. I was goin to watch the fly past at Kenley tomo
were gonna go up n watch it in a field nr by. Then gotta come back for a family bbq.
what are you and Katie doing this arvo. The 2 lancs etc are flying out of biggin Hill at 2.45 n back at 3.30.
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To Juan at the Winter Solstice - Robert Graves - Subversive Sounds for Freaks of All Ages.
Looking for the at Robert Graves's house in beautiful museum ...
The graves of Robert E. Lee and his horse, Traveller, at Washington and Lee
Just finished I, Claudius. Was Robert Graves writing about Rome or my Comprehensive School?
Sounds like the 'Met' have got their Cessna out again spying on us all. Currently surveying the south side of Heathrow
Award for best out of office message goes to fab poem by Robert Graves Mr B
Dinesen and Robert Graves were Welles' favourite writers, apparently.
Sean O'Brien in the TLS this week, p.15, on the XII International Robert Graves Conference, in Mallorca in July 2014.
The church on top of a hill in where poet Robert Graves is buried. @ Majorca
The folly of taking poetry to the language lab . Robert Graves,or even Seamus Heaney,would weep
finished I, Claudius (Penguin Classics) by Robert Graves and gave it 5 stars
Reckon this would get the Big Rob hand up of approval... Kiesza - Giant In My Heart:
Memories of growing up in covering my grandfather's copies of Greek Myths by Robert Graves in brown paper, to keep them clean.
"There is no such thing as good writing, only good rewriting. ROBERT GRAVES.
Dominic Taylor of LWC with poet John Liddy at unveiling of a plaque to Robert Graves outside the Locke Bar, Limerick htt…
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Not complaining, but c30°C+ is quite hot. Here is the cala where John Aldridge painted, and Robert Graves bathed.
“Poets don't have an ‘audience’: They’re talking to a single person all the time.” —Robert Graves
In the ancient world, Athene was considered to be the Goddess of Civilization. "According to Robert Graves, Athene also invented the flute and the trumpet, and agricultural implements such as the plough and rake. Her gift to humanity extended to the realm of mathematics, the Arts and, of course, the "womanly arts" of spinning, weaving and needlework. She introduced more sophisticated means of transportation by inventing the ship, chariot and bridle for horses." (excerpt, "Athene Parthenogenesis" by Jessica North-O'Connell)
'A perfect poem is impossible. Once it had been written, the world would end.' Robert Graves.
Just finished reading 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon - love love loved it! So good. Brilliantly written and beautifully translated by Lucia Graves, Robert Graves (the poet) granddaughter. What a story! Read it if you haven't :-)
''Like man and wife who nightly keep Inconsequent debate in sleep As they dream side by side.'' Robert Graves (1895-1985), Full Moon (c)Imgen
Robert Graves, of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, describes an episode of horror and heroism in the trenches. From...
A picture has just reminded me that 'Goodbye to all that' - a WW1 memoir by Robert Graves is one of the best books I have ever read.
‘After the first day or two, the corpses swelled and stank’ - Robert Graves in the trenches.
Don't quite understand why Robert Graves used Josephus' comment on the Roman army under Vespasian & Titus of Tiberius' command in Germany
REPORT: If the pass on Johnny Manziel, they will take it to their F*graves.
Technology, More Like Tech-NO-logy 1 min ago by Robert Graves0 Comments0 CommentsRecently, I started thinking if Paps and I would be doing our children a disservice by not allowing them to get use to using electronics. Like, would it make them the equivalent of someone who is an illiterate adult on…
"Philosophy is antipoetic. Philosophize about mankind and you brush aside individual uniqueness, which a poet cannot do without damage to his work ... Poets mistrust philosophy. They know that once heads are counted, each owner of a head loses his personal identity and becomes a number ... he will be a 'mere cypher.'" from Robert Graves's "The Case for Xanthippe," which I am almost certain I can convince myself is relevant to my work
Thank you to my Amber Manor family, family, and friends for your prayers and concerns for my son Robert Graves. Rob had a scooter accident yesterday morning. He broke his ankle in two places, took most of the brunt of the pavement to his face. We are waiting for a surgery date for his ankle. Praying for his speedy recovery.
Enjoyed reading Paul Theroux's "The Pillars of Hercules" on this trip of his year in 1995 around the Mediterranean beginning with Gibraltar's apes who are better mannered than the tourists. Missed Majorca but Theroux captured Robert Graves' life on its sea cliffs and I didn't know George Sand ran away with Chopin to Majorca in 1838 where he wrote his "Preludes." Theroux explains well how the Spanish are still coming out from the 37 years of Franco's dictatorship. Below is the Prado and historical Madrid.
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3 of 5 stars to Las Aventuras del Sargento Lamb by Robert Graves
In 'Goodbye to all that', Robert Graves remembers crying at having to learn his 23 times table at prep school, pre 1st World War!
“Because the world is in a sick condition and we are all somehow infected, against our will, even if we think we are whole in mind and soul and body.” ― Robert Graves
It's still amazing to watch Peter Graves, Leslie Nielson, Robert Stack, and Lloyd Bridges deadpanning through ridiculous nonsense.
Robert Graves wrote that ancient moon goddesses kept tri colored hounds as did the benevolent lords of the otherworld who move across the skys with their hounds baying thunder to find lost souls.
Robert Graves, 'Goodbye to all that'. Cried over learning the 23 times table at prep school.
Obituary for Robert Graves, Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at Forrest Cemetery for Robert "Bobby" S. Graves Jr., 61, of Huntsville, who passed away on Friday, April 11, 2014, after an extended
“On page 210 of 496 of Good-bye to All That, by Robert Graves Saw that as Rupert Graves. Sad now. XD
Welles' favourite writers were Isak Dinesen and Robert Graves (I wrote a big sloppy essay on this a few weeks ago)
Don't often read 2 books at once but, through logistical carelessness, am having to alternate Robert Graves with Barbara Pym. Pretty weird.
I wonder if this is what the likes of Steve Biko and Robert Sobukwe had wanted to achieve.. I'm sure they are turning in their graves.
How could they miss out Laura Riding and Robert Graves?
"No poem is worth anything unless it starts from a poetic trance"_Robert Graves thanks to f…
Robert Graves loves you so much right now
He in a new confusion of his understanding;. I in a new understanding of my confusion. - Robert Graves (1895-1985)
poet and soldier Robert Graves' grandfather was Charles Graves - Anglican Bishop of
In the book "A Naturalist goes to War" by Philip Gosse, MP a General Practitioner from the New Forest who joined the Royal Army Medical Corps for the duration of WW1, Gosse explains that he was the official British Army Ratcatcher for a while on the Western Front. On page 64, Gosse quotes from a letter written by Siegfried Sassoon, who was a friend of the Gosse family, to Gosse's Mother, in which Sassoon says: "There is a young poet in the Battn., 19 years old and a temporary Captain - Robert Graves, son of Alfred Perceval Graves (rather a bad poet isn't he?). R.G. writes moderately well, and is a great admirer of Samuel Butler (“Erewhon” author), and shocks his venerable sire with violent Trench lyrics about lice and corruption. His Father retaliates with impassioned hymns in "The Observer"." It seems that Sassoon met Rosaleen Graves, Robert's sister and one of the Female Poets featured in my project, in No. 54 General Hospital in Wimereux, France where she served from 23rd November 1917 until Mar .. ...
About the poetry of John Crowe Ransom, whose Complete Poems, edited by myself, will be published this fall by the Un-Gyve Press: “I have probably a higher opinion of your verse than you have of mine.”—T.S. Eliot to John Crowe Ransom “I know of no man in America more qualified than Ransom to be a professor of poetry.”—Ezra Pound to Ford Madox Ford “The sort of poetry, which, because it is too good, has to be brushed aside as a literary novelty.”—Robert Graves “He insists upon the wit of his reader; he makes an appeal which the reader cannot possibly overlook.”—Robert Graves “A poem as accomplished as Bogan’s Juan’s Song or Ransom’s Parting at Dawn—or Mew’s A Quoi Bon Dire—suggests a perfection that is ultimately a dare: they ask whether we are worthy of them, and the only proof of our worthiness rests in the zeal with which we espouse them.”—Penelope Fitzgerald “His verse is in the best sense ‘private’, the judgment upon the world of one man who could not, p ...
Earthquake strongly felt across Los Angeles LOS ANGELES — A pre-dawn earthquake rolled across the Los Angeles basin on Monday, rattling residents from the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach but causing no reported damage. The quake's magnitude was 4.4 and it was centered 15 miles west-northwest of the downtown civic center, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. USGS seismologist Robert Graves called it a typical Southern California quake of moderate magnitude and said expectations would be that damage would be slight, if it occurred at all. Los Angeles police and fire officials said there were no immediate reports of damage. "It rocked and rolled for about 10 or 12 seconds. I'm surprised nothing fell off the walls or broke — and nothing did — but it was quite a shaker," said Brian Bland, a retired AP Radio correspondent who lives in suburban Santa Monica. The 6:25 a.m. quake occurred at a depth of about 5 miles. There were several aftershocks, including one of 2.7 magnitude that caused very minor ...
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In 1937, filming began on 'I, Claudius,' from the Robert Graves... via
I imagine everyone has seen that old Masterpiece Theater series, "Claudius". And some have probably read the novels by Robert Graves that gave the series moment. Seems Graves meant it as a parable reflecting the decadence of the Modern era. Of course he was spot on. As Jeffers so succinctly put it, "Shine on oh vanishing Republic." And, yes, I've read the critics' panning of the novel, charging Graves with lifting the whole of the story from the Roman historian, Tacitus. To which charge I want to say so f**king what? Anyway, maybe I'm conflating the memory or misremembering. It's been decades since I read the novels. But something his Claudius says strikes back at me with regularity. I want to say he utters the words just before taking the poison laced mushrooms his dear wife, Agrippina, who on the side is boinking her son, Nero, feeds him with her own hand. I only later learned Graves got the sentence from Paul's letters to the Romans. So that it has a New Testament provenance is a sweet iro ...
Robert Graves, be thankful you are in Africa. We have almost .5 inches of sleet and still coming down like a thunderstorm. My deck is white, yard is white and still predicting snow on top of this. It *** !!
As well as Robert Graves's Goodbye to All That. Have wanted to read that since I was 16.
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"While earnestly the future we devote. To yet more boastful visions of despair".- Robert Graves
Exactly! I Claudius written by Robert Graves Roman expert could have had Boris in mind.
Which one of the stories written by those European philosophers that Clarke said he got his teachings from can be validated?? Clarke said he got his teachings from Gerald Massey and his work, Egypt, Light of the World, (two volumes), The Book of the Beginnings, (two volumes) and Natural Genesis, (two volumes).I am also referring to Gerald Massey’s greatest English disciple, Albert Churchward, whose book, The Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man, Anacalypsis, two volumes by Godfrey Higgins, published in 1837. James Fraser, The Folklore in the Old Testament and another contemporary book, Hebrew Myths, edited by Robert Graves and Raphael Patai, Michael Bradley’s The Iceman Inheritance. How do you come to believe the writings of those Europeans without any evidence?? Is that an example of a free mind?? Enlighten me.
someone explain to me--what is treacle tart and why is Robert Graves so hung up on it?
Find copies on AbeBooks: AbeBooks' review of Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves In 1929, the poet and author Robert Graves went to liv...
Last day of filming. It's been such a pleasure to play the war poet Robert Graves amongst a lovely cast and crew.
How Washington lost its appeal. another version of Robert Graves' " Goodby to all that" an obit for a long-gone DC.
100 years ago, the UK lost many young poets. We will never know what they could have produced. Fortunately, Robert Graves survived and went on to write I Claudius, and a large body of romantic poetry.
Guess who's goin hard in the paint tonight? This girl! Robert Graves too :)
"What else can I say, except that my best friend is still the waste-paper basket?" Robert Graves
Meanwhile, this is a truly fascinating blog post on links between M.R. James, Robert Graves and cult film The Shout:
We are very happy to introduce Robert Graves and Josh Jeffers as new Personal Golf Coaches here at the West Lake GolfTEC! THESE guys are good!
I've literally just noticed this too “How did I just notice that the second hand moves on the iOS 7 Clock home screen icon.”
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"Intuition is the supra-logic that cuts out all the routine processes of thought and leaps straight from the problem to the answer." - Robert Graves
Love is a universal migraine,. A bright stain on the vision. Blotting out reason. ~ Robert Graves
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The Oz GP in Melbourne is going to be utterly crazy it seems. My money is on Mercedes, Bernd Maylander is very quick in tha…
Some notes on the connection between Robert Graves' White Goddess and M.R. James' Oh Whistle - the mysteries of...
No music thrills the broken lyre When far Orion strides the night. The crown and scepter in the mire Lay fallen, and a fabled rite Demands a royal sacrifice. What terrible Fate commands the hour When Autumn lights her sacred fire? What rhythm drives the golden flower Dancing to the pyre? --William Max Miller      I wrote this during a prolonged study of Sir James Frazier's The Golden Bough and Robert Graves' The White Goddess. The theme of ritual regicide, examined by both writers, is here given a clear connection with the cycle of the changing seasons. In poetry & myth, the rhythms of nature blend inseparably with the ultimate realities of our inner lives and provide reflections of our own deepest truths. The universe becomes a cypher of the Self that only art can express.
PLEASE pray for Robert Graves Jr and his family. My heart breaks as he battles cancer, and many of you have been close to this fight before, so you know how awful it is.keep that sweet family in your thoughts and/or prayers.
Love is a universal migraine, a bright stain on the vision blotting out reason. Robert graves.
"Let all the poisons that lurk in the mud hatch out." (Robert Graves)
"If there's no money in poetry, neither is there poetry in money." Robert Graves
Yeah, dude. Get some Robert Graves and read up. She was bad. ***
Brothels displayed blue lamps if they were for officers & red lamps for other ranks (queues of men were normal here) Robert Graves abstained
Home stretch~PFH Bruce Meyer- Well, we're into the second last leg of the 100 books of poems. One friend told me how much she loathed lists and fair enough. Back about 1982 the Poetry Review in England ranked all the living British poets as if they were teams in a football league. I felt for the ones that had been relegated out of the game and weren't there at all. This list is not a ranking. Don't even think of the numbers as any sort of sequence or category. They are just there so I can keep track of where I am in the process. And as I have said, this subjective list is by no means a definitive, final word. It is just a lot of suggestions I'm tossing out in the hope that people will make reading poetry a passion in their lives. I read two books of poems each day not because I have to or because I need to but because I love to. And for every book mentioned here, there are a hundred other books that deserve to be mentioned. Ecclesiastes in the Bible has the great line: "of the making of books there is no ...
Any talk of Mizzou's Robert Graves? Touched 97 last weekend, apparently.
For love, I would . Split open your head and put . a candle in . behind the eyes . - Robert Creeley
lovelessness. I might do some more Robert Graves, to shape some of the journal.
After touring her, Laura Riding Jacksons, *** Style home in Vero beach I was compelled to search for and find her cemetery resting place. After a few tries I found the site where she is buried next to her beloved husband. A few things I have gleened about this Lady are as follows ,and mind you, I do not follow the crowd. After careful thought and pondering and listening for the past to rise up this is what I have concluded. She was popular and popular with the men. Many women did not like her because the men liked her. Her freedom was like a magnet to some which made them desire her and desire her company and presence. She was fun, crazy at times due to rejection, being second best is never rewarding. She liked and got along better with people who were truthful. Often some of the writings were so deep they were incoherent to an unskilled reader. She was extremly intelligent. A *** house is very minimalist fluff was baggage that took away from experiencing life. The trust she gave was not respec ...
At Robert graves to see my lil man be a big part of his kindergarten play .I don't usually but I actually...
As requested, here is list of the poems used for our extra special Valentine's Evening event 'Be Still My Beating Heart': Mrs Icarus by Carol Ann Duffy Love Song by Dorothy Parker Cecilia, Celia by Adrian Mitchell My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun Shakespeare When I heard at the close of day by Walt Whitman Drink to me only with thine eyes by Ben Jonson I like My Body When It Is With Your Body by E.E. Cummings Love Poem by Douglas Dunn Dead Still by Andrew Vosnesensky Eulogy To A *** Of A Dame by Charles Bukowski Love Birds by Jo Shapcott. Symptoms of love by Robert Graves Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis by Tom Waits A drinking Song by Yeats Thanks to all those who attended!
Would like to ask all my fb friends and family to open your hearts and prayers for Robert Graves jr. Hospice has been called in. His cancer has spread . He and his family has endured so much . Please pray for his comfort and his wife and children . Also if u would like to make a donation he has a special bank account set up at Walmart the bank there Wood Forest National Bank. Any one wanting to make a donation would be greatly appreciated God Bless.
My song by the barn bucks and waves. Reading a poem to Robert Graves. .
Hi everyone! Just letting everyone know that Robert Graves Elementary School located in Port Ewen,NY is having a Pet Food Drive for the month of March. March 1st through the 31st. If you can please bring a can,bag of food or, treats for any type of animal that can be found in a local shelter . The donations will go to the local shelter.
Conjunction What happens afterwards, none need enquire They are poised there in conjunction, beyond time, At an oak-tree top level with Paradise Its leafy tester unshaken where they stand Palm to palm, mouth to mouth, beyond desire, Perpetuating lark song, perfume, colour, And the tremulous gasp of watchful winds Past all belief, we know them held By peace and light and irrefragable love – Twin paragons, our final selves…. - Robert Graves
Today's recommendation for a thing that will blow your mind: Robert Graves' Greek Myths. Edith Hamilton can go screw.
You can find an exam question on mixed strategies by reading Robert Graves.
Just returned from Wentachee Washington yesterday. I had a very good opening with about 60 people attending with very positive response. My talk was well received too and paintings looked very nice in that gallery. Thank you Robert Graves Gallery! Wonderful hosts and beautiful town too!
CAT GODDESSES A perverse habit of cat-goddesses — Even the blackest of them, black as coals Save for a new moon blazing on each breast, With coral tongues and beryl eyes like lamps, Long-leggèd, pacing three by three in nines - This obstinate habit is to yield themselves, In verisimilar love-ecstasies, To tatter-eared and slinking alley-toms No less below the common run of cats Than they above it; which they do not for spite, To provoke jealousy — not the least abashed By such gross-headed, rabbit colored litters As soon they shall be happy to desert. Robert Graves
Current bus book is Greek Myths by Robert Graves. Hardly anything need be said about it, except how enjoyable it is.
"(Noel) Coward was the dramatist of disillusion, as Eliot was its tragic poet, Aldous Huxley its novelist, & James Joyce its prose epic-writer" Robert Graves
Stephen Hawking was born on 8 January 1942[1] to Frank and Isobel Hawking.[26][27] Despite their families' financial constraints, both parents attended the University of Oxford, where Frank studied medicine and Isobel, Philosophy, Politics and Economics.[27] The two met shortly after the beginning of the Second World War at a medical research institute where she was working as a secretary and he as a medical researcher.[27][28] They lived in Highgate, but as London was under attack in those years, his mother went to Oxford to give birth in greater safety.[29] Stephen has two younger sisters, Philippa and Mary, and an adopted brother, Edward.[30] He began his schooling at the Byron House School; he later blamed its "progressive methods" for his failure to learn to read while at the school.[31] In 1950, when his father became head of the division of parasitology at the National Institute for Medical Research, Hawking and his family moved to St Albans, Hertfordshire.[31][32] The eight-year-old Hawking attend ...
also pray for my Son,John Robert Graves ,he's up in Boston, MASS. having major surgery this month,Thank You
Robert Graves has been like a companion in my long lonely study. His 'I Claudius' is looking through my family album reciting tales of treacherous women. That my muse, Rena Easton, becomes a sacred...
Great day yesterday reminiscing days of old with Robert Graves, Scott Freeman, *** Degraff and many others at Blackies. If you ever visit there, you will now see a great smiling picture of Cole on the wall to your right when you enter. Cheers to you Cole.
Look: the constant marigold Springs again from hidden roots. Baffled gardener, you behold New beginnings and new shoots. - Robert Graves Turning the page into a new chapter...
Smash bros, Beer, and hooka with Isaac Clark, Robert Graves Robert Garrison Skaggs
"Love is the universal migraine" wrote Robert Graves in the poem "Symptoms of Love". And, like an actual migraine, it renders us paralyzed and wordless to describe. Regardless of the stage (or state) of a "love connection"' we feel as though no one else has ever felt as we do.
Took all day but I actually digested the first 3 chapters of Robert Graves' White Goddess!! ...steam is still rising from the sweaty brain and other than a good dose of the history of poetry don't ask me what I learned (insert grimace here.)
And the second of three symphonic extracts for piano from Ravel's 1913 ballet Daphnis et Chloe, which I recorded back in November. All the way through to the end. The ancient magic brought to life by this timeless piece is somewhat lost without some sort of programme: Daphnis and Chloe is based on the Greek novel written by Longus in the second century AD. It is one of the first novels ever written, and represents the blueprint of the stalwart of Occidental culture, the modern Hollywood-formula fairy-tale romance. (Although the Bollywood romance is more in keeping with the spirit of Longus' novel, both are as unrestrained as they are innocent.) Daphnis is a shepherd, Chloe a goatherdess, both are foundlings who grow up on neighbouring farms and fall in love as soon as they are able. In this extract, Nocturne - Interlude - Danse Guerrière, abounding with bewitching pastoral flute-like melodies, Chloe has been abducted from her farm by Methymnean pirates, and Daphnis has just discovered her discarded sanda ...
Thank to my bud Robert Graves and his sexy gal Emma Brabbins for buying the baby his jumperoo he is going to love it peace an love brother an sister peace an love
"Of recent years in England there has been a noticeable decline of swearing and foul language, and this, except at centres of industrial depression, shows every sign of continuing until a new shock to our national nervous system, a European war on a large scale or widespread revolutionary disturbances at home, may (or may not) revive the habit of swearing, simultaneously with that of praying."--"Lars Porsena or The Future of Swearing and Improper Language" by Robert Graves, a first edition of which was just given to me as a birthday present. Priceless.
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Q956 - You want easy trivia? You got it! 1. physician Robert Graves first identified this disease in 1835, 2. before serving this Chinese soup, drop some beaten egg into it, 3. this word of approval may come from the initials of Martin Van Buren's nickname "Old Kinderhooks", 4. the first line of this Ralph Ellison novel is "I am an innocent man", 5. this stone was first made in Strasbourg, on the Rhine river, 6. the one word name of Ben & Jerry's flavor described as "vanilla ice cream with vanilla bean specks", 7. Leonardo da Vinci was born near this small Tuscan town in 1519, 8. China's Song dynasty was noted for its contributions to tz"u, a form of this, 9. 2 word name for the extinct bears who lived in caves a million years ago, 10. this sea lies to the north of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, 11. Glen Bell founded this taco chain in 1962, 12. "Killer Queen" was this group's first Top 40 hit, 13. Kodiak Island is the habitat of this type of bear, 14. this 9 letter word was added to the state flag ...
Hello, the play I have been promoting is to be put on in Oxford in April. It is called 'The Oxford Roof Climber's Rebellion'. It is about Lawrence of Arabia & Robert Graves. It is all the culmination of some hard work and it is exciting to be involved. :)
I was assigned Robert Graves by Barra Ó Scannail. Like to get a poet etc. Was tempted to go with one of the love poems but since we're 100 years on from the start of World War 1... Haunted Gulp down your wine, old friends of mine, Roar through the darkness, stamp and sing And lay ghost hands on everything, But leave the noonday's warm sunshine To living lads for mirth and wine. I met you suddenly down the street, Strangers assume your phantom faces, You grin at me from daylight places, Dead, long dead, I'm ashamed to greet Dead men down the morning street. Robert Graves
DREAM RENGA I live for my dreams. And my dreams are true it seems we now even dream together And the hand in the dream is always white I had a dream, which was not all a dream could almost have sworn that the kiss was real. That when I waked, I cried to dream again I woke up shouting: “I can’t understand!” This horror of waking – this was knowledge It seems to me that I am in a dream Of course, this is autobiography …in a dream I saw a soaring eagle And a flock of birds flew out of his heart. I don’t know whether they really are dreams. I have been real for a long, long time Fernando del Paso/ Robert Graves/ Ralph Blum/ George Lord Byron/ Rudyard Kipling/ William Shakespeare/ Ernesto Sabato/ Henry James/ Maxim Gorky/ Wallace Stegner/ Dante/ AlexanderTheroux/ Stanislaw Lem/ Nick Joaquin -Cezaruis 2014
Ode to the enduring potential of poetry BARRY HING THE AUSTRALIAN JANUARY 10, 2014 12:00AM ONE of the many lessons of World War I, which began almost 100 years ago with an assassination in June 1914, is its striking affirmation of the importance and, particularly for now, of the necessity of poetry in daily life. Indeed, this year's anniversary affords an opportunity to reconnect with the potential of verse, a robust linguistic response to the tedium - which so dominates our lives - of emails, SMS and chat forums as well as the "conversation" of seminars, focus groups and advertising. Such an instruction from a century ago is far from peculiar, given the catastrophe of the Western Front, unlike the wars that preceded and followed it, created some of the most memorable, if not some of the most meaningful, poetry of the English-speaking world; namely from Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and a host of others such as Robert Graves and Rupert Brooke, and for which The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot, who did not ...
Please refer to previous post: Here are the top forty (or so) books that either influenced me, or have stayed with me over the years.In no particular order. 'Shipping News', by Annie Proulx 'Bone People', by Keri Hulme 'Julian', by Gore Vidal 'I, Claudius', and Claudius the God', by Robert Graves 'The Hobbit' and 'R.o.t.R'., by Tolkien 'Life', by Richard Fortey 'Down and Out in Paris and London', by Orwell 'The Road', by Cormac McCarthy 'The Best little Boy in the World', by John Reid 'Catcher in the Rye', by Salinger 'Deliverance', by James Dickey 'Housekeeping', by Marilynne Robinson 'Lord of the Flies', by Golding 'The Man Who Planted Trees', by Jean Giono 'Jean de Florette' and 'Manon of the Springs', by Marcel Pagnol 'When Christ and His Saints Slept', by Sharon Kay Penman 'Through A Dark Wood Wandering', by Hella Haase 'The Earth Sea Trilogy', by Ursula K. LeGuin 'Count Belisarius', by Robert Graves 'Personal Gardening, by Josephine von Miklos 'The Crofter and the Laird', by John McPhee 'Attending M ...
Did you know this about Limerick? •In 1906 the Number 1 in the Limerick telephone exchange belonged to McMahon, Day & Co. Apothecaries, 136 George St. (O’Connell St.) •The grandfather of English poet and novelist Robert Graves was the Charles Graves, Bishop of Limerick for 33 years and is buried in St. Mary’s Cathedral. One of the epitaphs on his headstone was written by Douglas Hyde. •In 1892 after spending £35,000 on new water pipes in the city it was discovered on turning the taps that eels were making their way into the kitchens. •1869 : Mary Williams was sentenced to 14 days hard labour in Limerick for Blasphemy. .
The Shout is a weird 70s movie trying hard to be a Nicholas Roeg film but without Nicholas Roeg. Based on Robert Graves' short story. It stars John Hurt, Alan Bates, Susannah York, and with small parts for Tim Curry, and Jim Broadbent. Alan Bates character has supernatural powers including the ability to kill people with a shout. He apparently picked up said powers in the Australian outback where he lived for 18 years before moving back to the UK. He moves into John Hurt's house and pretty much takes over. The framing story is him telling Tim Curry, the chief medical officer of an Asylum the story of what happened whilst the other patients of the asylum conduct a Cricket match. John Hurt's character is also one of the patients, and his wife who had an affair with Alan Bates character turns out to have become one of the nurses. Movie ending is very strange. Whole movie is very strange. But worth a look.
I love to read, but only about half of these are books that I plan to read, and there are so many great ones missing. Where is the Patrick O'Brian Aubrey/Maturin series? Where are the great epics of Homer, Virgil or Dante? No Goethe? Naipaul? Endo? Graham Greene? Walker Percy? Kundera? CS Lewis? Solzhenitsyn? Sigrid Undset's Kristen Lavransdatter? Robert Graves? Canticle for Liebowitz?
"Prose books are the show dogs I breed and sell to support my cat." - Robert Graves quotes from
crazy. I've been trying to get falcon pro (for android) and failed, as it had same issue
Rules: list 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. Don't take more than a few minutes and don't think too hard - they don't have to be the "right" or "great" works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag 10 friends including me, so I can see your list. 1.Cider with Rosie -Laurie lee 2. The Country Girls - Edna OBrien 3. The Sea The Sea - Iris murdoch 4. Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë 5. The Giving Tree - Shel Silverstein. 6. Great expectations - Dickens. 7. Under the Greenwood Tree - tommy Hardy. 8. The Tale of Peter Rabbit - Beatrix Potter. 9. The Hare with the Amber Eyes - Eddie de Waal 10. Goodbye to all That - Robert Graves. Eileen Corbeil, Ell Newell, Mike Spoor, Ulla Surland, Bob Neal, Colette Beardall, Hayne Bayless, Christy Keeney, Cynthia Davies, Lee Hutt
MT just spun at full speed 320km/h on bahrain straight cos my tyre blew without warning. need to get some to…
I keep thinking its Friday, as all I keep hearing is its people's last day working today before Christmas...
Five more books that really stayed with me, 1.The White Goddess by Robert Graves, 2. The Witching Way of Hollow Hill by Robin Artisson, 3.German Myths and Legends by Donald McKenzie, 4.The Once and Future King by TH White, 5.Elements of Refusal by John Zerzan
She tells her love while half asleep In the dark hours, With half-words whispered low; As Earth stirs in her winter sleep And puts out grass and flowers Despite the snow, Despite the falling snow. -Robert Graves
to Poet Robert Graves the Life of a poet was subjected to The White Goddess: “She’s the person who makes poets write poems and she puts them through ordeals and gives them a *** of a time; and eventually if they don’t kill themselves, or otherwise disgrace themselves, she forgives them and then they go to Paradise, the Welsh Paradise which is the same as the Irish tree Paradise. She subjects the poets to a number of deaths; and when they’ve died often enough she relents: and the reward for having suffered a succession of White Goddesses is to meet the Black Goddess.” -Robert Graves
There is no good writing, only rewriting. ~ Robert Graves
Like Olympic medals and tennis trophies, all they signified was that the owner had done something of no benefit to anyone more capably than everyone else. - Robert Graves
Whole Love Every choice is always the wrong choice, Every vote cast is always cast away- How can truth hover between alternatives? Then love me more than dearly, love me wholly, Love me with no weighing of circumstance, As I am pledged in honour to love you: With no weakness, with no speculation On what might happen should you and I prove less Than bringers-to-be of our own certainty. Neither was born by hazard: each foreknew The extreme possession we are grown into. ~Robert Graves ~ (1895-1985)
… You know the ship is moving when you see - The boxes on the quayside slide away And become smaller - and feel a calm delight When the port's cleared and the coast is out of sight, And ships are few, each on its proper course, With no occasion for approach or discourse… A Former Attachment - Robert Graves
Rare Delights III. Recent Additions to Special Collections is an exhibition due to start 20 December 2013 in the de Beer Gallery, Special Collections, University of Otago Library. The exhibition offers a wide variety of materials on display that have been added to Special Collections by purchase or donation over the last three to four years. Not only is it an admirable opportunity to reveal what is actually collected in Special Collections, but importantly, it is an opportunity to thank all the donors for their kind generosity in giving materials to us, and to all those dealers and individuals who have supplied rare and interesting books to the collection. The old favourites such as 18th century literature, garden history, art and architecture, travel, and works by and about John Evelyn, John Locke, and the English poet Robert Graves are present. There are also new fields of collecting such as pulp fiction and science fiction (SF); the latter ‘teleported’ through the generosity of Prof. Fred Fastier, ...
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10 for Marcy (well, more than ten, but I'm trying) Collected Fiction by JLBorges Ghazals by Hafez *** Davis translation) Autobiography of Mark Twain Greek Myths by Robert Graves Dictionary of Symbols, Penguin Reference Collected Poetry of Seamus Heaney (when it exists) Underworld by Don Delillo Finnegan's Wake by James Joyce Snow by Orhan Pamuk (though I suspect Museum of Innocence will soon take this spot) Collected Poems by Jim Harrison Honorable Mentions: complete Harrison, Blasket islands library, Rilke, Yeats, Kerouac, Joyce, Shakespeare or Plato (the last three would replace anything on the list), Irish Literature in the 20th century, Making of a Poem/Sonnet, Irish Mythology (Ossianic in particular), Icelandic Sagas, the Crack up by Fitzgerald (all the ex-pats and Faulkner), At Swim, Twp Boys by O'Neill, Earthly Powers by Burgess, Dahl Omnibus, I won't start on cookbooks (it's already clear I'm a glutton).
Whenever I am feeling down and need a good laugh ,I can always count on my baby brother Robert Graves to make me laugh until I am in tears.He is a but,and should be performing at somebody's comedy club. Love you Cookie.
Random irritations - car-users - Bach would walk hundreds of miles from school to school, house to house, without blinking. Robert Graves would holiday by bicycle, sleeping in the hop-fields. Mozart was transported by pony and trap over rutted fields in week-long journeys, most times he would walk. Dickens walked thirty miles a day. You, no doubt, get in yer car, just to go to Tesco's. You are not Bach. You are not Graves. You are not Amadeus. You sure aint Dickens. You won't leave a trace, or even a point. Think about that, next time you switch on the ignition and try walking instead! You self-gratifying consumerist hogs! Cheers!
Planned program: 14 January, Tuesday. Arrival at Palma in the evening. Accommodation in the four-star Hotel Mirador, within walking distance of Palma’s old town, with beautiful view on the beach. 15 January, Wednesday. Palma, exploration of the old town. Optional program in the dawn: a walk to the fish market to see the arrival of the night catch and the fish auction. After breakfast, visiting the medieval cathedral – including the places closed to tourists – with the guide of our local friend and expert. The Almudaina, the former palace of the Moorish kings, the old Arab town and preserved Arab baths, the labyrinth of Renaissance courtyads, the historical museum, the Renaissance castle of the Bellver rising above Palma. Lunch and dinner in local taverns. 16 January, Thursday. Excursion by bus to the northern part of the Western Mountain: the Formentor peninsula and lighthouse, the Roman amphitheater, medieval city and hermit chapel of the coastal Pollença, the national park of Albufera, the prehis ...
Hola, amigos. Ferdinando has kindly sent a .pdf version of Robert Graves' The Greek Myths. FB has not accepted it for attachment to this post, but I can load it to your computer or USB at astrology class.
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