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A. D. Hope
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A. D. Hope
AD Hope c1969.jpg
A.D. Hope c 1969
Born Alec Derwent Hope
21 July 1907
Cooma, New South Wales
Died 13 July 2000 (aged 92)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Occupation Poet and essayist
Spouse(s) Penelope Robinson
Alec Derwent Hope AC OBE (21 July 1907 –13 July 2000) was an Australian poet and essayist known for his satirical slant. He was also a critic, teacher and academic.

Contents [hide]
1 Life
2 Poet and critic
3 Influence and impact
4 Awards
5 Bibliography
6 Notes
7 References
8 External links
Hope was born in Cooma, New South Wales, and educated partly at home and in Tasmania. He attended Fort Street Boys High School, Sydney University, and then the University of Oxford on a scholarship. Returning to Australia in 1931 he then trained as a teacher, and spent some time drifting. He worked as a psychologist with the New South Wales Department of Labour and Industry, and as a lecturer in Education and English at Sydney Teachers College (1937–44).

He was a lecturer at the University of Melbourne from 1945 to 1950, and in 1951 became the first professor of English at the newly founded Canberra University College, later of the Australian National University (ANU) when the two institutions merged, a chair he held until retiring in 1968. From 1968 was appointed Emeritus Professor at the ANU.[1]

He was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1972[2] and a Companion of the Order of Australia in 1981[3] and awarded many other honours. He died in Canberra, having suffered dementia in his last years, and is buried at the Queanbeyan Lawn Cemetery.

Poet and critic[edit]
Although he was published as a poet while still young, The Wandering Islands (1955) was his first collection and all that remained of his...