About this item
Graves's memoir of his experiences in the First World War. This book first came out in 1929 and then in revised form thirty years later. It is a standard octavo with a good clean text and numerous B&W illustrations. The black cloth binding is good but the dj is worn, with a small section missing.
Critics noted Graves's unsentimental and frequently comic treatment of the banalities and intensities of the life of a British army officer in the First World War. It gave Graves fame, notoriety and financial security, but the book's subject is also his family history, childhood, schooling and, immediately following the war, early married life.
- Graves, Robert
- Used: good
- 1957 revised edition
- Number of pages:
- Goodbye to all that
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