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Robert Grave was an Anglican priest in the last years of the sixteenth century. Born in Kent, he was educated at Cambridge University. He was appointed Dean of Cork in 1590; Precentor of Limerick in 1591; Precentor of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin in 1595; and Bishop of Ferns and Leighlin in July 1600. He and his family were drowned in Dublin Bay in October that year.

To An Ungentle Critic by Robert Graves

An Old Twenty-Third Man by Robert Graves

Two Fusiliers by Robert Graves

To Lucasta On Going To The War–For The Fourth Time by Robert Graves

To Robert Nichols by Robert Graves

Goliath And David by Robert Graves

Dead Cow Farm by Robert Graves

Babylon by Robert Graves

The Cruel Moon by Robert Graves

Mr. Philosopher by Robert Graves

Finland by Robert Graves

A Pinch Of Salt by Robert Graves

Sorley’s Weather by Robert Graves

The Caterpillar by Robert Graves

The Last Post by Robert Graves