Here you can access two separate diaries kept by Robert at different stages of his life. The first period covers 1935-1939; from Robert's last year in Mallorca before leaving at the onset of the Spanish Civil War until he parts ways with Laura Riding. The second period 1956-1966, although covering a much longer period of time, is less detailed and consistent.

Diary of Robert Graves 1935-39 at University of Victoria

A collaboration between the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre and the UVic Libraries. The original diary manuscripts, which consist of 1546 pages including 117 enclosures (letters, clippings, photographs post cards, notes, games etc.).

Robert Graves Pocket Diary 1956-1966

A transcription by Beryl Graves and edited by William Graves. Original at St. John's College, Oxford.