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"The Soldier" is a poem by Rupert Brooke written during the first year of the First World War (1914). It is a deeply patriotic and idealistic poem that expresses a soldier's love for his homeland—in this case England, which is portrayed as a kind of nurturing paradise. Author: Rupert Brooke. Title: Poems. Year of publication: 1961. 163 pages. No dust jacket, Folio edition with slipcase. Quarter leather bound to brown boards, with gilt lettering. Illustrated by Buckland-Wright.
Rupert Chawner Brooke English war poet 3 August 1887 (Photo by Culture Club/Getty Images) Few writers have provoked as much excessive praise and scornful condemnation as English poet Rupert Brooke. Handsome, charming, and talented, Brooke was a national hero even before his death in 1915 at the age of 27. Rupert Brooke was a poet, academic, campaigner, and aesthete who died serving in World War One, but not before his verse and literary friends established him as one of the leading poet-soldiers in British history. His poems are staples of military services, but the work has been accused of glorifying war.
Book now at The Rupert Brooke in Grantchester, Cambridge. Explore menu, see photos and read 516 reviews: "Food and service was very good but we was ... On this date in 1887, Rupert Brooke was born in England. The Cambridge- educated poet became a celebrity among his Fabian Society peers. W.B. Yeats ...
Rupert Brooke’s heroic sacrifice, mosquito or no mosquito, was an invaluable boost to a flagging campaign. For a long time, the history of the First World War has been understood via the symbolic A man of great physical beauty by reputation, Rupert Brooke was born in Rugby, Warwickshire where he attended the local school. He then gained entry into King's College, Cambridge (1905-11) where he became a Fellow in 1912. He travelled extensively and wrote many travel letters for the 'Westminster Gazette', London (1912-13).