Graves, Robert

A historical novelist and poet, Robert Graves, (1895 – 1985) is best known for his tale of the Roman Emperor in I Claudius, for which he received the James Tait Black Memorial Prize – one of Britain’s oldest literary awards. The book was also serialised to great success in the 1970’s, staring Derek Jacobi. His works were sometimes controversial and his biography of T. E. Lawrence (Good-Bye to All That) lost him friends.

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