[Charles Graves, brother of the poet Robert Graves.] Autograph Letter Signed to 'Mr. Clark' of Warwick School, informing him that he is 'to become a schoolmaster' by giving a talk on the BBC, and discussing education and 'Broadcasting to schools'.

Charles Graves [Charles Ranke Patrick Graves] (1899-1977), journalist and writer, son of Alfred Perceval Graves (1846-1931), and brother of the poet Robert Graves (1895-1985)
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On letterhead of 34 Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh. 23 April 1937.

6pp., 12mo. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. He is writing to inform Clark that he is 'about to become a schoolmaster - temporarily only', and is 'giving the English Literature Course to Scottish Schools this session'. He is 'speaking on "Poetry of To-Day and Yesterday", or, in more precise terms, on Poetry since the death of Tennyson'. He gives the times of his talk, and hopes Clark will 'tune in'. 'Broadcasting to schools is increasing up here, though I imagine that it will be equally as popular, if not more popular, in England'.

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