Rupert brooke

Explore the fascinating life and literary contributions of Rupert Brooke, a renowned English poet. Dive into his poems, letters, and legacy to gain a deeper understanding of this influential figure in British literature.
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Born Rupert Chawner Brooke, 3 August 1887, in the town of Rugby, Warwickshire, son of a headmaster, Brooke attended preparatory (prep) school locally at Hillbrow, and then went on to Rugby School. At Rugby he was romantically involved with fellow pupils Charles Lascelles, Denham Russell-Smith and Michael Sadleir. In 1905, he became friends with St. John Lucas, who thereafter became something of a mentor to him While travelling in Europe he prepared a thesis, entitled "John We

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