Definition of Graves, Robert in English:

Graves, Robert

Syllabification: Graves, Robert
Pronunciation: /ˈgrāvz
 
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  • (1895–1985), English poet, novelist, and critic; professor of poetry at Oxford University 1961–66; full name Robert Ranke Graves. Notable prose works: Goodbye to All That (1929), I, Claudius (1934), and The White Goddess (1948).

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