Letters of Rupert Brooke (1887-1915) to Geoffrey Storrs Fry (1888-1960)
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Brooke and Fry met as undergraduates at King's (Fry having come up in 1905, a year before Brooke), and continued their friendship after Fry left Cambridge in 1908. The letters form only a portion of those that Fry received from Brooke, others having been given by him to Edward Marsh while the latter was writing the memoir that introduced the collected edition of Brooke's poems published in 1916.
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This collection of letters was presented by Geoffrey Fry to Cambridge University Library in March 1939.
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