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Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke

1. 01 – Second Best
2. 02 – Day That I Have Loved
3. 03 – Sleeping Out: Full Moon
4. 04 – In Examination
5. 05 – Pine-Trees and the Sky: Evening
6. 06 – Wagner
7. 07 – The Vision of the Archangels
8. 08 – Seaside
9. 09 – On the Death of Smet-Smet, the Hippopotamus-Goddess
10. 10 – The Song of the Pilgrims
11. 11 – The Song of the Beasts
12. 12 – Failure
13. 13 – Ante Aram
14. 14 – Dawn
15. 15 – The Call
16. 16 – The Wayfarers
17. 17 – The Beginning
18. 18 – Sonnet: “Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire”
19. 19 – Sonnet: “I said I splendidly loved you; it’s not true”
20. 20 – Success
21. 21 – Dust
22. 22 – Kindliness
23. 23 – Mummia
24. 24 – The Fish
25. 25 – Thoughts on the Shape of the Human Body
26. 26 – Flight
27. 27 – The Hill
28. 28 – The One Before the Last
29. 29 – The Jolly Company
30. 30 – The Life Beyond
31. 31 – Lines Written in the Belief That the Ancient Roman Festival of the Dead Was Called Ambarvalia
32. 32 – Dead Men’s Love
33. 33 – Town and Country
34. 34 – Paralysis
35. 35 – Menelaus and Helen
36. 36 – Libido (also known as Lust)
37. 37 – Jealousy
38. 38 – Blue Evening
39. 39 – The Charm
40. 40 – Finding
41. 41 – Song
42. 42 – The Voice
43. 43 – Dining-Room Tea
44. 44 – The Goddess in the Wood
45. 45 – A Channel Passage
46. 46 – Victory
47. 47 – Day and Night
48. 48 – Choriambics – No. I
49. 49 – Choriambics – No. II
50. 50 – Desertion
51. 51 – 1914: No. I. Peace
52. 52 – 1914: No. II. Safety
53. 53 – 1914: No. III. The Dead
54. 54 – 1914: No. IV. The Dead
55. 55 – 1914: No. V. The Soldier
56. 56 – The Treasure
57. 57 – Tiare Tahiti
58. 58 – Retrospect
59. 59 – The Great Lover
60. 60 – Heaven
61. 61 – Doubts
62. 62 – There’s Wisdom in Women
63. 63 – He Wonders Whether to Praise or to Blame Her
64. 64 – A Memory (From a sonnet-sequence)
65. 65 – One Day
66. 66 – Waikiki
67. 67 – Hauntings
68. 68 – Sonnet (Suggested by some of the Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research)
69. 69 – Clouds
70. 70 – Mutability
71. 71 – The Busy Heart
72. 72 – Love
73. 73 – Unfortunate
74. 74 – The Chilterns
75. 75 – Home
76. 76 – The Night Journey
77. 77 – Song
78. 78 – Beauty and Beauty
79. 79 – The Way That Lovers Use
80. 80 – Mary and Gabriel
81. 81 – The Funeral of Youth: Threnody
82. 82 – The Old Vicarage, Grantchester
83. 83 – Fafaia
84. 84 – Fragment
85. 85 – The Dance
86. 86 – Song
87. 87 – Sometimes Even Now…
88. 88 – Sonnet: In Time of Revolt
89. 89 – A Letter to a Live Poet
90. 90 – Fragment on Painters
91. 91 – The True Beatitude
92. 92 – Sonnet Reversed
93. 93 – It’s not Going to Happen Again
94. 94 – The Little Dog’s Day

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Summary

Rupert Chawner Brooke (August 3, 1887 – April 23, 1915) was an English poet known for his idealistic War Sonnets written during the First World War (especially The Soldier), as well as for his poetry written outside of war, especially The Old Vicarage, Grantchester and The Great Lover. He was also known for his boyish good looks, which prompted the Irish poet William Butler Yeats to describe him as “the handsomest young man in England”.