Chasity Shears

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The magnificent Rupert Brooke was outstanding poet. Rupert Brooke created several excellent poems. He was considerate of other people feelings and his creation of his poems. Brooke was very skilled in writing poems. His life experienced help to influence him in writing better poems. Rupert’s love for poetry helped enhance him to be the best poet around. Rupert Brooke started to share his love for poetry during his early life, the development of his education helped Rupert to help enhance his poetry and Brooke poems was very influential to those read about his poems.
Rupert Brooke was born Rupert Chawner Brooke. He was born on August 3, 1887, in Rugby Warwicshire. His father was a school housemaster. Brooke excelled in both academics and athletics. Since the age of nine he loved poetry. In 1905, Rupert won the school poetry prize. A year later, he attended King’s College Cambridge. At King’s College he became the president of the University Fabian Society. While, there he developed an interest in acting. His home than became famous by his poem “The Old Vicarage, Grantchester.” Brooke, also, developed his first poem and his first book appeared in 1911. (Academy of American Poets ).
In 1908 and 1912 Rupert Brooke had the experience of three heartbreaks. After His third romance fail, he then began to travel to France and Germany for several months. His heartbreaks helped him to create a poem entitled Georgian Poetry, 1911-12, with Edward Marsh. The Georgian poets wrote in an ant-Victorian style using rustic themes and subjects such as friendship and love. (BBC News) In 1913, Brooke broke down and he began to travel again, spending several months in America, Canada and the South Seas. Some of Rupert Brooke poetry was the mood that h...

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...and was very well-rounded with important things such as, political, literacy and social figures before the war. Rupert Brooke started to share his love for poetry during his early life, the development of his education helped to enhance his poetry and Brooke poems was very influential to those read about his poems. (Academy of American Poets).

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