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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Daryl Hine  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction Poetry

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1935 in New Westminster, British Columbia

Died: 2012 in Evanston, Illinois


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Illinois Connection

Daryl Hine lived in semi-retirement in Evanston, Illinois, until his death in 2012.

Biographical and Professional Information

Daryl Hine was born in Burnaby in 1936 and grew up in New Westminster B.C. He attended McGill University in Montreal 1954-58. His first chapbook, The Carnal and the Crane, was published as part of Louis Dudek's McGill Poetry Series in 1957.[1]Hine then went to Europe on a Canada Council scholarship, where he lived for the next three years. He moved to New York in 1962 and to Chicago in 1963, taking a PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago in 1967. He taught there and at Northwestern University and at Illinois University (Chicago Campus) during the following decade while he served as editor of Poetry Magazine.


Published Works

  • Resident Alien: Poems , Atheneum, 1975
  • Daylight Savings: Poems, Atheneum, 1978
  • Selected Poems, Oxford University Press, 1980
  • Academic Festival Overtures, Scribner, 1985
  • In and Out, Knopf, 1989
  • Post Scripts: Poems, Knopf, 1992
  • Recollected Poems 1951-2004, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 2007
  • &: A Serial Poem, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 2010


Selected Titles At Your Library

Resident alien :
ISBN: 0689106513. OCLC Number:

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Selected poems /
ISBN: 0195403622. OCLC Number:

Oxford University Press,. Toronto :. 1980.

Academic festival overtures /
ISBN: 0689115806. OCLC Number:

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In and out :
ISBN: 0394572491. OCLC Number:

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Postscripts :
ISBN: 0679742743. OCLC Number:

Knopf :. New York :. 1992.

Recollected poems :
ISBN: 1554550211. OCLC Number:

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& :
ISBN: 1554551641. OCLC Number:

Fitzhenry & Whiteside,. Markham, Ont. :. c2010.


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