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Grace Griffiths

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Grace Griffiths

Her 1944 poem Doodlebugs was included in an audio compilation entitled 'The Best of Second World War Poetry' produced in 1993 and in the 1999 book 'Shadows of war : British women's poetry of the Second World War'.

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Grace Griffiths

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Prince of Wales WW2 bomb - lost

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Robert Graves

Robert Graves

Poet and novelist. Born Robert von Ranke Graves at Red Branch House, Lauriston Road, Wimbledon. Professor of English at Cairo and Professor of Poetry at Oxford. His early poetry included 'Over the ...

Person, Literature, Poetry, Egypt, Spain

1 memorial
Brendan Behan

Brendan Behan

Poet, writer, playwright. Born Dublin. Irish republican and, aged 16 - 23, volunteer in the IRA. He once described himself as a "a drinker with a writing problem". Collapsed in a Dublin bar and die...

Person, Literature, Poetry, Theatre, Ireland

1 memorial
John Maxwell Edmonds

John Maxwell Edmonds

Poet and classical scholar.  Born Gloucestershire.  Died Cambridge.  In 1918-9 he published a few epitaphs for use on graves and memorials.  This included: When you go home, tell them of us and sa...

Person, Poetry

8 memorials
Algernon Charles Swinburne

Algernon Charles Swinburne

Born 7 Chester Street, Chelsea. Poet associated with the Pre-Raphaelites. He invented the poetic form called ‘roundel’. Was a good friend of Dante Rossetti, who called him his ’little Northumbrian ...

Person, Poetry

4 memorials
William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

Born and died in Stratford-upon-Avon. His birth date is usually given as the 23rd, the same date as his death, but all that is actually known is that he was baptised 3 days later, on the 26th. Even...

Person, Poetry, Seriously Famous, Theatre

43 memorials