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| September 5, 1990, Cambridge|Graham Hough Wikipedia
Graham Goulden (or Goulder) Hough (14 February 1908 - 5 September 1990) was an English literary critic and poet, Professor of English at Cambridge University from 1966 to 1975.
Born in Lancashire, Graham Hough was the son of Joseph and Clara Hough. He was educated at Prescot Grammar School, the University of Liverpool and Queens' College, Cambridge. He became a lecturer in English at Raffles College, Singapore in 1930. In World War II he served with the Singapore Volunteer Corps, until taken prisoner and interned in a Japanese prison-camp. After further travelling and teaching in the Far East, Hough returned to Cambridge as a fellow of Christ's College in 1950. He was Tutor at Christ's from 1955 to 1960. In 1958 he was Visiting Professor at Cornell University. From 1964 to 1975 he was Praelector and Fellow of Darwin College. University Reader in English from 1965 to 1966, he was Professor of English at the university from 1966 to 1975.
He died in Cambridge on 5 September 1990.The Last Romantics, 1949
The Romantic Poets, 1953
The Dark Sun: a study of D. H. Lawrence, 1956
Image and Experience: Studies in a Literary Revolution, 1960
Legends and Pastorals, 1961
A Preface to the Faerie Queene, 1962
The Dream and the Task: Literature and Morals in the Culture of Today, 1963
An Essay on Criticism, 1966
Style and Stylistics, 1969
Selected Essays, 1978
The Mystery Religion of W. B. Yeats, 1984