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Author photo. Image from <b><i>For remembrance: soldier poets who have fallen in the war</i></b> (1920) by Arthur St. John Adcock

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Rupert Brooke, acclaimed by many of his contemporaries as "the handsomest young man in England," was an idealistic poet who died of infection while serving in World War I and was greatly mourned.
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