Goodbye to All That - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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While at Oxford in his latter years, Graves was tutored by Sir Walter Raleigh—the two men shared much in common and treated each other as equals. Then, in rapid succession, Raleigh, Rivers, and Mallory died. Graves continued to attend Oxford through 1926, writing poetry and making the acquaintance of many poets, including Walter de la Mare, W. H. Davies, T. S. Eliot, Osbert Sitwell, and Sacheverell Sitwell. Toward the end of his schooling, Nancy's health began to fail and her doctor advised her to live in Egypt to convalesce in its warm airs. Graves finally completed his bachelor's of literature degree and fortuitously secured a position as Professor of English Literature at the Royal Egyptian University of Cairo.

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