An autobiographical work that describes firsthand the great shifts in English society following the First World War. Goodbye to All That, with its vivid, harrowing descriptions of the Western Front, is a classic war document, as well as one of the most candid self-portraits of an artist ever written.
Reviewed by Victoria Neumark in Slightly Foxed Issue 51.
Goodbye to All What?
Now I found myself asking: what was Robert Graves saying ‘goodbye’ to? When he published Goodbye to All That (1929), his startling memoir of his youth and his experiences on the Western Front in...Read more