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Rupert Brooke correspondence and writings

MS-138
 Collection
Identifier: MS-138
The papers of Rupert Brooke contain correspondence regarding his travels and writings and a memorial volume of his works. Correspondents include Albert Rutherston, William Rothstein, Harold Monro, John Collings Squire, Arthur Eckersley, John Drinkwater, Edward Howard Marsh, Gilbert Murray, James Strachey, Charles Kay Ogdon and the firm of E. Mathews. A manuscript of a 1911 edition of his "Poems" including "Mary and Gabriel," "John Donne," "The Busy Heart," and "Lithuania" as well as miscellaneous notes and a copy of the poem "Fafaia" in the hand of Edward Marsh are also included.

Dates

  • 1906 - 1915

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.

Extent

.5 linear ft. (1 box)

Overview

Rupert Brooke (1885-1915), poet. The papers of Rupert Brooke contain correspondence regarding his travels and writings and a memorial volume of his works. Correspondents include Albert Rutherston, William Rothstein, Harold Monro, John Collings Squire, Arthur Eckersley, John Drinkwater, Edward Howard Marsh, Gilbert Murray, James Strachey, Charles Kay Ogdon and the firm of E. Mathews. A manuscript of a 1911 edition of his "Poems" including "Mary and Gabriel," "John Donne," "The Busy Heart," and "Lithuania" as well as miscellaneous notes and a copy of the poem "Fafaia" in the hand of Edward Marsh are also included.

Repository Details

Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository

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