The Poet Who Forgot

Catherine Cole

The Poet Who Forgot
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The Poet Who Forgot

Catherine Cole

AD Hope was already a world-renowned poet and Catherine Cole a young undergraduate student of Australian Literature when a polite note from student to poet sparked a lively correspondence between the two that would continue over two decades, until Hope’s death in 2000. This book uncovers the unique personal friendship that developed between Hope and Cole through the creative dynamics of their mentor-apprentice relationship.

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