Letter: To Siegfried Sassoon.
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|Author||Graves, Robert (1895-1985)|
|Title||Letter: To Siegfried Sassoon.|
|Notes||Discusses being removed from the register for Gibraltar duty, but likelihood of being posted to Egypt / rumors about the 1st Battalion of the Royal Welch Fusiliers having been selected to quell a mutiny amongst Dominion soldiers near Etaples / Siegfried Sassoon's mental health and his opinion on the war / discusses Sassoon's concerns over how Robert Graves has characterised Sassoon's objections to the war / desire for a statement of definite war aims / the state of the battalion in France / recent death of fellow officers and men / Edmund Gosse's article mentioning Graves and Sassoon in the 'Edinburgh Review' / the dedication to 'Georgian Poetry' / visit to Rhyl in Wales.|
|Item Date||27th October 1917|
|Creation place||Rhyl, Wales (Google Maps)|
|File type||Compound Object|
|Collection ID||The Berg Collection|
|Repository name||New York Public Library|
|Repository address||Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street|
|Copyright||The Berg Collection, New York Public Library / The Robert Graves Copyright Trust|
|Digital repository||The First World War Poetry Digital Archive|