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A. D. Hope

In his poem, "Australia," A. D. Hope suggests that Australia is uncivilized and culturally barren. In the first stanza, Hope describes the landscape of Australia as "drab green and desolate grey,"...

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A. D. Hope

A postcolonial reading focuses on the view of the colonized peoples of a country rather than the perspective of the colonizers. It is often referred to as the subaltern point of view, or the "view...

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A. D. Hope

In the poem “Australia,” the poet A. D. Hope describes his very negative views of his home country. In the first stanza, the poet likens Australia to trees, which are “drab green and desolate...

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A. D. Hope

A. D. Hope's poem, "Australia," is divided into seven quatrains. This is a summary of each quatrain. 1. The colors of the Australians landscape are like the khaki of a military uniform. Australian...

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