A collection of essays focusing on Robert Graves’s often neglected novels by some of the leading researchers in Graves studies. Best known as a poet, Graves, in fact, made his living as a novelist. Most of his novels have remained in print since they were first published in the 1930s. Despite their commercial success, they are rarely discussed or researched by academics or their students. This volume aims to begin redressing that neglect and offers a series of essays that give a broad outline to the biographical, historical, and narratological background of his novels.
- ISBN (Book)
- Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2000. 141 pp.