Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Cold Greed and Rankling Guilt : A Re-reading of A.D. Hope's 'The Cetaceans'
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'Nothing more guaranteed to upset the Edenic applecart than beginning an article on A.D. Hope with a barbed quote from Michael Dransfield that was pointedly directed at least partly at his 'Official' poet. Dransfield, loved or loathed, we set to one side as poet of 'protest', and on the other side, buy by no means firmly fixed there, seems to rest Hope, among whose many writings we recall an essay against poetry as activism.'


  • Epigraph: ...whose genteel iambics chide industrialists for making life extinct - Michael Dransfield
  • Includes photograpy of A.D. Hope

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    y Southerly Animal vol. 69 no. 1 2009 Z1611533 2009 periodical issue 2009 pg. 146-169
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146-169 Cold Greed and Rankling Guilt : A Re-reading of A.D. Hope's 'The Cetaceans'AustLit Southerly
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