Robert Graves in WW1
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How WW1 shaped a poet's life

Robert Graves' son William remembers his father's war poetry and reflects on how the Great War shaped his life.

A century after the start of World War One the son of Robert Graves, one of Britain's best known war poets, remembers the profound effect the conflict had on his father.

William Graves recalls his father's work and how the experience of fighting and getting wounded in the Great War remained with him for the rest of his life.

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