Autograph Letter Signed by Robert Graves

[Graves, Robert]

Published by 12 May 1962, 1962
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Handwritten and signed letter by Robert Graves to Howard Mylett, single leaf (about 8.5 by 11 inches). Flattened creases from folding, otherwise fine; in original mailing envelope. Some amusing content: ".I remember being televised reading poems but. I can't remember the name of the programme and anyhow we have no TV here so I'm not interested and I think TV awful. The drawing is awful; but not your fault. Now I'm damned busy so good bye and no time for more questions.". Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Autograph Letter Signed by Robert Graves
Publisher: 12 May 1962
Publication Date: 1962
Binding: Ephemera
Book Condition: Fine

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Eleanor Alexander (d.circa 1934), poet
Published by Printed heading Prince Edwrad's Lodgings Hampton Court Palace Middlesex 14 July (1914)
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Book Description Printed heading Prince Edwrad's Lodgings Hampton Court Palace Middlesex 14 July, 1914. Two pages, 12mo, large hand: "As far as I am concerned you are heartily welcome to my little song and I am proud that you shpould include it in 'The Book of Irish Poetry' without any fee! | I do not know however what rights the editors of the Dublin Book of Verse may have. No conditions were made with him when I sent him this poem with others. | I am now settling in here, and see that we are neighbours. [Graves lived in Wimbledon]" Note: "Eleanor Alexander was born in Strabane, County Tyrone, the daughter of Cecil Frances. She was educated at home and has written poetry which was published in the Spectator and other periodicals. Her novels include Lady Anne's Walk; The Rambling Rector (1904) and The Lady of the Well."(Dictionary of Ulster Biography). Seller Inventory # 15365

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