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Rupert Brooke Museum

The museum is open all year, from 11.00am until 4.00pm. During July and August the museum is open from 11:00am until 5.00pm. Entry is free.

This small museum is Located alongside the car park of the famous Orchard Tea Garden in Granchester, Cambridge.

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Who reads war sonnets – Poets from the First World War

The drama and the conflicts of First World War inspired many poets who depicted their experiences on verses. Seasoned England escorts like those from http://uk.eros.com/ are familiar with the work of artists like Rupert Brooke and Isaac Rosenberg who were recognized for having an outstanding writing. Let these beautiful ladies guide you through the life and work of these creative geniuses.

War sonnets that can make you travel in time

As the painter visually portrays the beauty of landscape on a white canvas, a poet is capable of creating verses of extreme exquisiteness. Intelligent England escorts know how the work of these artists can make you feel emotions like jubilation, idealism, anguish and disappointment.

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Many young men who fought in First World War have left a valuable legacy which gave place to the birth of modern anti-war poetry. One of the most important representatives was Wilfred Owen. The rhythm, the depth and the technique of his work are quite remarkable.

His poetry begins to treat common subjects like horror, agony, death and pain. But very soon he describes the violence on war sonnets that denounce how a valuable youth was being sacrificed uselessly. Your acquainted escort can recommend you some of the best works created by this artist within just two months in 1917. He found inspiration in a small rented room of a cottage near a military training camp in North Yorkshire.

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The First World War disfigured the concept of traditional hero that nourished the epic literature during centuries. Faith in a noble ideal and a fair cause, generosity towards the defeated, recognition of the superiority of the adversary, all these concepts collapse. They become unrealistic before the coldness of war machines and calculated mass murder.

The work of poets of First World War is unique because they relate war as no one else. In addition, they describe the encounter in the underworld of a soldier with the enemy they had killed the day before. Your smart escort met on EROS can recommend you the reading of poems like “Strange meeting”. Through these verses the artist speaks and learns from the German combatant who becomes some sort of a friend in death.

There are many disturbing and complex sonnets which trigger profoundly human emotions. Some of them can be found on the work of Isaac Rosenberg. Born to a humble Jewish family, he was one of the few poets found among ordinary soldiers.

Let experienced England escorts suggest you some of the most moving verses of this poet. “Break of day in the trenches” is an example of the vivid and imaginative work of this artist.

Poets from the First World War who transformed this genre

The poetry of First World War was properly recognized by critics only after many years. Among the most outstanding artists of this period, England escorts can talk you about the work of Rupert Brooke (1887-1915).

Brooke was an English critic and poet. He remains as a legendary figure of this genre. He was educated at King College in Cambridge and spent several years on capricious and long journeys.

Ask your beautiful escort about the book published by him on 1911. There you will find some of the finest patriotic poems of the beginning of the European war.