A.D. Hope’s ‘Three Faces of Love’


Considers Hope's critical writing, arguing that in it, 'the excesses to which Hope is peculiarly susceptible--especially those excesses which reflect a vanity reminiscent of Lambkins--are as nakedly apparent ... as in the poetry, and their relation to the central question of how wisdom is acquired is troubling' (389).

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Published 1 May 1982 in Volume 10 No. 3. Subjects: Australian literary criticism, A.D. Hope.

Cite as: Moore, Susan. ‘A.D. Hope’s ‘Three Faces of Love’.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 10, no. 3, 1982, doi: 10.20314/als.7dd3edb0a2.