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Dunciad minimus : an heroick poem / by A.D. Hope
Bib ID 6257982
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Hope, A. D. (Alec Derwent), 1907-2000, author
 
Description Melbourne : A.D. Hope, 1950 
viii, 56 pages ; 26 cm. 
Summary

"A mimeographed typescript, was the first printing of this satirical piece, later re-written and published as Dunciad Minor. Althought it was printed at his own university department, Hope, in defiance of all reason, denied responsibility for this Canberra publication"--Catalogue list from New Century, May 2013.

Notes

Cover title.

"Profusely annotated by A.A.P. and A.P.".

"SP4/­63".

Roneoed typescript.

From the collection of Professor Jean P. Whyte.

Subjects Australian
Other authors/contributors Phillips, A. A. (Arthur Angell), 1900-1985

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