Dear Robert, Dear Spike: the Graves-Milligan Correspondence
Special Collections PR6013 R35 Z5 A45 1991
Stroud, Gloucestershire: A. Sutton
As Pauline Scudamore writes in her introduction: ‘You could not, at first glance, find a more unlikely pair than the erudite poet Robert Graves, classical scholar, writer and late professor of Poetry at Oxford and the apparently crazy ex-Goon Spike Milligan.’ Their correspondence began in 1964 and their friendship lasted until Graves died in 1985. Charles Brasch liked Graves as a poet and funded the University of Otago Library to buy first and second editions of his works. This title adds to the existing strength of the Graves Collection in Special Collections.
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