Goodbye to All ThatBook - 1960
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Acclaimed autobiography first published in 1929, poet Robert Graves traces his early life and experiences in World War 1
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An "eyes wide open" view of life in the trenches during World War I. Graves, the author of "I, Claudius", gives a graphic, tragic view of life on the front lines. It's dirty, bloody, frightening, and matter-of-fact. We get a view of "shell-shock" before it was PTSD and received the recognition and treatment it deserves.
History becomes real to me through accounts like this. I highly recommend it for history and WWI buffs, and anyone who appreciates a good memoir.
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