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Hope, A. D., Australian Literature 1950-62, Melbourne:

Melbourne University Press, 1963.

This is a chapbook that briefly mentions names, publications, dates, and characteristics, the latter in terms of themes and techniques used by authors. It is divided into sections on poetry, novels, short stories, drama, and criticism. There is also an overview of magazines and anthologies.

Hope, A. D,  Collected Poems,   1930-1965, New York:

Viking Press, 1966.

Hope's poems are printed chronologically but what poems belong to what collections is not indicated. A short preface by the poet introduces the volume.

Hope, A. D., The New Cratylus: Notes on the Craft of Poetry, Melbourne:Oxford University Press, 1979.

Hope gathers together his conclusions on the nature of language and the way it operates in poetry. The work is more of a workshop manual than a treatise because it is primarily aimed at recruiting potential poets.

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