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For this latest issue of Gravesiana its editor, Michael Joseph of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA has (as he writes in his introduction at p.456, below) diverged from tradition by giving the issue a title, "Movement", which will help to give it shape and distinction. 

"Movement", as Michael writes, is the belated Summer issue of Gravesiana (4.3), a between-conferences issue, deriving itself from work generated outside the tidal force of the conferences’ overarching discourses. Longtime members of the Society and readers of Gravesiana will sense a retrospective vibe here in the concentration on the life and works of the friends and associates of Robert Graves.

Michael puts this statement into an historical context in his editorial introduction and you are invited to read further about the reasons there and to enjoy this latest issue of the Journal of the Robert Graves Society.

As the centenary anniversaries of the First World War continue, much of Gravesiana: The Journal of the Robert Graves Society is devoted to the theme of Robert Graves's experience of war, and this is reflected in this new Summer 2017 issue of the journal. A variety of other content is also to be found here, including poems by Ruth Fainlight and an interview with the poet by Charles Mundye, and Frank Kersnowki's memories of Summer visits to Robert Graves and other poets, a recorded version of which is also on YouTube, at https://youtu.be/qYVlmsri7qk.

Please also see Michael Joseph's editorial statements and the list of contents at page 350 for further information about the themes of this new issue of Gravesiana. 

In addition we welcome Gravesiana's new Editor, Michael Joseph of Rutgers University, New Bruswick, USA, and at the same time thank the previous Editor, Professor Dunstan Ward, for his many years of service to the journal and to Robert Graves studies more generally, in particular his and Beryl Graves's editorship of Robert Graves: Complete Poems (Carcanet, 1997-2001)Dunstan remains a member of the Editorial Board of Gravesiana.

To view the journal, click on its title (in brown text) above and then on 'Download PDF' against any title on the 'list of contents' page which should appear below. 

Please note that this issue of Gravesiana is still in the process of being published (as at 8 July 2017) and its content may still be added or amended during the next week or so. 

With the centenary of the First World War, the Summer 2014 issue of Gravesiana is devoted to the theme of Robert Graves's experience of war. Please see Dunstan Ward's Editorial at page 5 and the list of contents at page 1 for further information about this theme and the current issue.

To view this latest issue, click on its title (in brown text) above and then on 'Download PDF' against any title on the 'list of contents' page which should appear below.

Welcome to this latest issue of Gravesiana, the journal of the Robert Graves Society, which is published annually online as an electronic journal. Access at http://robertgraves.org/gravesiana is available to members of the Society who register online by clicking on 'Register' at the top of most pages of this website.

 

 

 

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