Papers. 1974-1989.

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Staples, Natalie. Papers.

Papers. 1974-1989.

Correspondence between A.D. Hope and Natalie Staples and working notes of a number of translations of Russian poems. These include "Mokraya Kuritsa", "The musicians", "The grandee and the philosopher", "Mopsa and the elephant" and "The oracle!" The collection also includes eight letters written by Rosemary Dobson to Staples (1972-73, 1981) relating to their work on the Russian poetry, and a copy of Dobson's article 'A poet's response'. There is also a card from David Campbell. Further papers relating to Natalie's work with Rosemary Dobson form part of Rosemary Dobson's own papers located at MS 4955.

1.5 cm. (1 folder)

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Staples, Natalie.

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Natalie Staples, translator of Russian, who worked with Rosemary Dobson in translating poetry for two volumes of Russian poetry, "Moscow trefoil" (1975) and "Seven Russian poets" (1979). Staples also did similar translation work for A.D. Hope. From the description of Papers. 1974-1989. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 222553528 ...

Dobson, Rosemary

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Australian poet and author. Dobson has received the Sydney Morning Herald award for poetry, 1948 (The ship of ice); FAW Christopher Brennan Award, 1978; Robert Frost Prize, 1979; Senior Fellowship, Literature Board of the Australia Council, 1980; Patrick White Award, 1984; Grace Leven Poetry Prize, 1984 (The three fates); Victorian Premier's Literary Award, 1985 (The three fates); Emeritus Fellowship, Literature Board of the Australia Council, 1996. Dobson was made an Officer of the Order of Aus...

Hope, A.D. (Alec Derwent), 1907-2000

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Poet and academic, Alex Derwent Hope was born in Cooma, N.S.W. and educated at Sydney University and Oxford University. In 1951 he was appointed first Professor of English at the Canberra University College. He held this position in the college and in its successor, the School of General Studies of the A.N.U. until his resignation in 1968. Since that time he has been Professor Emeritus and has concentrated on writing. His published works include The wandering islands (poems) 1955, Poems 1960, Th...