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robert_graves: That is immense

stalingradsnow: 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

TheBookmarc: Some books I read recently: first, a very poor showing from Robert Graves, 'Seven Days In New Crete'

juanluisguerra6: Litherland Camp where Robert Graves was stationed there for a time. When I was a kid the area was always known as “The Camp” .

LewisHamilton: I'm so grateful Romain is safe. Wow... the risk we take is no joke, for those of you out there that forget that we put our life on the line for this sport and for what we love to do. Thankful to the FIA for the massive strides we've taken for Romain to walk away from that safely

Valconlander: Right after his release from prison for collaboration with Nazis and Holocaust Denial, AMORALIST genius Céline was asked by his and admirer Allen Ginsburg what he wld do now. "I shal write science fiction for 'Ollywood, like CIA pigboy Robert Graves." "Sacre Bleu" Allen responded

adiazbedregal: Here’s an album / audiobook for you… "I, Claudius" (Abridged) by Robert Graves. Read by Derek Jacobi.

michaelje67: On page 312 of 360 of Goodbye to All That, by Robert Graves

VaraSueTamminga: ROBERT GRAVES, POET AND AUTHOR OF THE WHITE GODDESS.

VaraSueTamminga: This labyrinthine and extraordinary book, first published more than sixty years ago, was the outcome of Robert Graves's vast reading and curious research into strange territories of folklore, mythology, religion, and magic. Erudite and impassioned, it is a scholar-poet's quest

EdmundGriffiths: Ripples from it can be detected in the work of people like Lewis Spence, John Cowper Powys, arguably Robert Graves, & I suspect many others; becomes much more than just a debatable point in historical linguistics. But I don't think its history has been properly written

carelvanrooyen: In Broken Images — Robert Graves "He is quick, thinking in clear images; I am slow, thinking in broken images. He becomes dull, trusting to his clear images; I become sharp, mistrusting my broken images, ...

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GeliRaubal1: Love poems must be bounced back off a moon. Robert Graves, Paris Review interview

crypto_pasta: What we now call 'finance' is, I hold, an intellectual perversion of what began as warm human love. ~ Robert Graves

KitchensNicolas: "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

michaelje67: On page 164 of 360 of Goodbye to All That, by Robert Graves

war_poets: 28 November 1915 Siegfried Sassoon and Robert Graves first meet near Béthune ‘Walked into Bethune for tea with R.G. a young poet, captain in 3rd battalion & very much disliked. An interesting creature overstrung & self-conscious, a defier of convention.’

thewisdomchest: Robert Graves: "Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them."

mrklempner: 4 of 5 stars to I, Claudius by Robert Graves

Cathy_WW1: Died on this date - I have not been able to find any other WW1 Australian War Graves that died on 29 Nov - except for last year's feature - Private Robert Sanders Langley who died on 29 Nov 1917 & was buried in Botley Cemetery, Oxfordshire,

juliacarriew: “Dead mink are rising from their graves in Denmark after a rushed cull over fears of a coronavirus mutation led to thousands being slaughtered and buried in shallow pits – from which some are now emerging.”

Julia_Jens: An hour ago I heard a story... Irish doctor Trinity Robert James Graves, a man very extraordinary both in the profession and in life, sailed once on a ship. Suddenly, the ship began to sink and the team decided to leave the ship.

freep: Dead mink infected with a mutated form of COVID-19 rise from graves after mass culling

AdelaidaLu: On being thankful, I love: “Now I begin to know at last, these nights when I sit down to rhyme..." - Robert Graves Read more here:

IHender: If true, reminds me of this passage from Robert Graves' "I, Claudius".

ld_morris: Line of the day, Robert Graves: "There's no money in poetry, but there's no poetry in money either"

michaelje67: On page 92 of 360 of Goodbye to All That, by Robert Graves

BrainfoodAudiob: Claudius the God written by Robert Graves performed by Nelson Runger on CD (Unabridged) - Brainfood Audiobooks UK

BrainfoodAudiob: I, Claudius written by Robert Graves performed by Frederick Davidson on MP3 CD (Unabridged) - Brainfood Audiobooks UK

RobertGravesSoc: This free online event tomorrow evening will include poems by Robert Graves read by Paul O'Prey and/or others. Register now if you've not already done so!

paledave: more eloquently than I can. I will say: If you ever question anything in your life, then read the poets of WW1. Robert Graves is my all-time favorite poet. He's here, too. A+

read_game: 4 of 5 stars to I, Claudius by Robert Graves

salmanmasood: Its crazy but I never understood how they would just keep digging their own graves. Maybe they thought if they do a good job, the guy with the gun would change his mind. ( Robert De Niro | The Irishman)

michaelje67: On page 36 of 360 of Goodbye to All That, by Robert Graves

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spannycat: If you guys every want obscure variant details on greek myths, here are my recommendations.

sukasukasaja3: 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)

somequotesbot: "His wiles were witty and his fame far known, Every king's daughter sought him for her own, Yet he was nothing to be won or lost. All lands to him were Ithaca: love-tossed He loathed the fraud, yet would not bed alone." - Robert Graves

frankashe: 4 of 5 stars to Claudius the God and His Wife Messalina by Robert Graves

MichaelDPress: "Young man, we do not play cricket here." Flinders Petrie's first reaction to T. E. Lawrence & his dig clothes when Lawrence showed up to work under him in Egypt. (according to Robert Graves, Lawrence and the Arabs)

sukasukasaja3: 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)

jackschickler: A 1st-century banking crisis (and ensuing bailout) described meticulously by Robert Graves

AwfulWe: There's no money in poetry, but then there's no poetry in money either. ~Robert Graves

melindahaunton: I've now realised the plaque is almost unreadable. Robert Graves was born here. Lovely house near the common. I think he shook off Wimbledon pretty damn quickly though.

NathanCornfiel: all the places associated with the mythology, including Athens, Sparta, Delphi, Corinth, Crete, Thebes etc. In the meantime, Robert Graves' definitive book on the myths is on my Christmas list.

_freewriters: Books for sale! Joseph Conrad 3 book bundle:

NancyKellyMart1: So literate invoking Robert Graves! I subscribe and will look forward to reading the article.

GeliRaubal1: Love poems must be bounced back off a moon. Robert Graves, Paris Review interview

LordLouVintage: Robert Graves - The Isles of Unwisdom - 1st/1st 1950 in Original D/W - Cassell

war_poets: 22 November 1917 Robert Graves participates, apparently unwillingly, in a family photograph – his visit arranged just before his sister Rosaleen is due to depart for France to work as a nurse

beyourhome: Marriage like money, is still with us; and like money, progressively devalued. - Robert Graves

derekjones198: Reading I, Claudius by Robert Graves for the first time. I think I may have found my new favorite book, ever.

zidrees560: "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

DerorCurrency: Honest behavioural psychologists could mine the rabbinic mind for many decades, and never run out of gold. The Hebrew Myths: The Book of Genesis (Raphael Patai, Robert Graves)

DennisC_Sargent: Smirks melting all over. Any bets on the next Trump “Bombshell” if he is successful in his court challenges? Tom Clancy & Robert Ludlum are rolling over in their graves

Rotorvator: The White Goddess Sigil - Decoding Robert Graves

GeliRaubal1: Love poems must be bounced back off a moon. Robert Graves, Paris Review interview

squinsee: New post: Love without hope, Robert Graves

war_poets: 20 November 1917 Robert Graves writes to Robert Nichols ‘I think I have found a few poet as yet unfledged. One Owen, subaltern in the 2nd Manchester Regiment.’

WETUTORUK: There’s no money in poetry, but then there’s no poetry in money either. Robert Graves

JeffYi16: "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

krokopeplos: between robert graves communing with claudius via dream and w f jackson knight consulting the ghost of vergil on his aeneid translation, i think i’m well within my rights to demand that ovid come back from pontus and the dead and explain arachne

thechrisbarron: “Civilization implies the graceful relation of all varieties of experience to a central humane system of thought.” -Robert Graves, The White Godess

miksimum: Yes. Carl Jung, Robert Graves, and maybe... Nietzsche? Borges? Batailles? This is the best “the people you would eat dinner with in heaven” scenario.

usslibertyvets: 3/5 William Allenbaugh • Philip Armstrong • Gary Blanchard • Allen Blue • Francis Brown • Ronnie Campbell • Jerry Converse • Robert Eisenberg • Jerry Gross • Curtis Graves • Lawrence Hayden • Warren Hersey • Alan Higgins • Carl Hoar • Richard Keene • James Lenau…

beyourhome: Marriage like money, is still with us; and like money, progressively devalued. - Robert Graves

ojalart: “Poets don’t have an ‘audience’: They’re talking to a single person all the time.” —Robert Graves

ClearySimon: Following the release of the Afghanistan Inquiry Report today, Robert Graves’ observations about the Western Front in WW1 comes to mind: “The troops with the worst reputation for acts of violence against prisoners were the Canadians (and later the Australians).” The costs of war.

simon_kenny: Part of Robert Graves’ view of Australians on the Western Front:

tradestocksfx: There's no money in poetry, but then there's no poetry in money, either. -Robert Graves

victoria_grif7: There’s no money in poetry, but then there’s no poetry in money either. – Robert Graves

GeliRaubal1: Love poems must be bounced back off a moon. Robert Graves, Paris Review interview

restinpan: robert graves........... sending me to my grave

JoePompliano: 2) Head coach Ray Graves enlisted the help of four UF scientists, including Robert Cade — the school's kidney disease specialist. The scientists attended practice & games, interviewed athletes and measured their hydration through urine samples. Next up — analyzing the results.

WETUTORUK: There’s no money in poetry, but then there’s no poetry in money either. Robert Graves

parisreview: “Poets don’t have an ‘audience’: They’re talking to a single person all the time.” —Robert Graves

MeegaalAhmed: “Poets don’t have an ‘audience’: They’re talking to a single person all the time.” —Robert Graves

ebooksformen: KINDLE DEAL (Today Only): Robert Graves - I, Claudius

RealMiniAOC: When the Presidency is taken away from Joe Biden his voters will be rolling over in their graves.

tribunal_watch: When the Presidency is taken away from Biden, his voters will be rolling over in their graves.

paulbarrios02: Stephen Amell who plays the Green Arrow in CW's Arrow appeared in 3 episodes of the show. Robert Baker who played as Otis Graves in Supergirl, appeared in Season 6,8, and 12 of Grey's Anatomy. James Remar who plays Peter Gambi in Black Lightning also appeared in an episode.

WETUTORUK: There’s no money in poetry, but then there’s no poetry in money either. Robert Graves

forestpines: I love to imagine just how outraged Robert Graves, one of the most gatekeepery gatekeepers in poetry, would be at this article and its description of his love for GH Johnstone

GeliRaubal1: Love poems must be bounced back off a moon. Robert Graves, Paris Review interview

AUF2020: "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

auterrencehill: “To be a poet is a condition, not a profession.” — Robert Graves Discover The Heart of a Poet. Book copies are available for purchase at Authors Press, Creative Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository, and more online book retailers.

quotebotproject: Intuition is the supra-logic that cuts out all the routine processes of thought and leaps straight from the problem to the answer. -- By Robert Graves

notar1us: Quoting Robert Graves, writing on 11 October 1950.

RxmblesOf221B: ⚔️Siegfried Sassoon⚔️ °Unfortunately deceased. Siegfried is known to have served in a war alongside Wilfred Owen and Robert Graves, as a sergeant. He is also known to have left a widow by the name of Hester. He appears to be frequent in flashbacks by Wilfred. °His ability--

WTVYNews4: University officials held a formal ceremony Friday to rename Bibb Graves Hall to the John Robert Lewis Hall. >>

stephencrews: University officials held a formal ceremony Friday to rename Bibb Graves Hall to the John Robert Lewis Hall. >>

mariahaself: University officials held a formal ceremony Friday to rename Bibb Graves Hall to the John Robert Lewis Hall. >>



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