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- Keith Hale,ed. Friends and Apostles: The Correspondence of Rupert Brooke-James Strachey, 1905-1914.
- Arthur Springer. Red Wine of Youth--A Biography of Rupert Brooke (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1952). Partly based on extensive correspondence between American travel writer Richard Halliburton and the literary and salon figures who had known Brooke.
- Rupert Brooke Society
- Obras de Rupert Brooke no Projeto Gutenberg
- Poetry Archive: 150 poems of Rupert Brooke
- Rupert Brooke at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database
- Collected Poems by Rupert Brooke
- Elizabeth Whitcomb Houghton Collection , containing letters by Brooke
- 12 de setembro de 1915, New York Times, A Genius Whom the War Made and Killed; Rupert Brooke's Death at the Front Illustrates the Paradox of the Effect on Literature of War, Which Ended His Career and Made Him Immortal
- Lost Poets of the Great War, a hypertext document on the poetry of World War I by Harry Rusche, of the English Department, Emory University, Atlanta, Geórgia. It contains a bibliography of related materials.