First World War Poetry Digital Archive

"Robert Graves" web sites

10 online resources.
Robert Graves archive
This is the home page of the Robert Graves Archive: a subject gateway for the poet, novelist and scholar Robert Graves (1895-1985). This site collects together the available poetry, audio files of Graves reading, multimedia resources, and the scholarly materials on the web for the study of his work. In addition it attempts to map and archive significant Robert Graves reference and quotation. The site is compiled by Philip Hunter and hosted by UKOLN (UK Office for Library Networking) a centre of expertise in digital information management, at the University of Bath. Despite most pages n…
St John's College Robert Graves trust
The St John's College Robert Graves Trust website promotes the life and work of the: poet; novelist; classicist; critic; and historian. Graves was the author of I, Claudius and Claudius the God and was also a survivor and poet of the First World War. This site presents information about Graves and his works, as well as about: the Robert Graves Society; the St John's College [Oxford] Graves Trust; the St John's College Robert Graves database project (which will track the location of the mass of letters that Graves wrote during his lifetime); and the journal, Gravesiana. The site include…
The battle of the Somme
The Battle of the Somme is an online exhibition from the Imperial War Museum, focusing on: the battle; its context within the First World War as a whole; and the impact it had on the lives of those involved. The exhibition is divided into three main sections: 'The Battle'; 'Personal Stories'; and 'The Somme Revisited'. Each section is illustrated with photographs of: key figures; places; and artefacts; as well as contemporary film footage. The individual war experiences documented include names such as: J.R.R. Tolkien; Douglas Haig; and Robert Graves, in addition to the less well kn…
War poets association, The
The War Poets Association website belongs to the UK-registered charity of the same name. The aim of the Association is to promote interest in poets whose subject is the experience of war, and also in the historical context of their lives and works. The charity does not confine its interest to one period or nationality, but as it states on the site: "the primary focus [is] on conflicts since 1914". The site gives short biographies of a number of poets (mainly from the First and Second World Wars) as well as: short introductions to major conflicts; news on publications and events rela…
War poets collection
The War Poets Collection is a website belonging to Napier University in Edinburgh, the home of a collection of documents relating primarily to First World War poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen. The collection is held at the University's Craiglockhart campus, the site of which was formerly a military hospital where Sassoon and Owen first met, and where some of their poems were written. The website gives general information on the more than 400 items in the collection, as well as visitor information for the related exhibition, and more on the history of Craiglockhart. Of partic…
First World War Poets : Your Archives
A pointer towards collections in The National Archives of interest for study of the military service of some of the war poets.
HarperAudio! : Robert Graves
Recordings of the poet reading his own works, from HarperAudio! (these files being made available online by the Internet Multicasting Service).
Poetry Archive : Robert Graves
Recordings of the poet reading his own work.
The Robert Graves Society
The website of the Robert Graves Society (St John's College, Oxford). The object of the Society is to promote interest in, and research on, the life and works of Robert Graves (1895-1985).
War Poets Association : Robert Graves
A biography written for the War Poets Society website.