Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life

Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life by Jonathan Bate
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ISBN
9780732299705
Date Released
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
672
Dimensions
156 x 235mm
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Described by Andrew Motion as, alongside Larkin, 'one of the two great poets of the last half of the last century', Ted Hughes towers among figures of recent world literature. A creative force of rare power and grace, Hughes's poetry engages with the mythical and natural worlds to reflect on the strength, vulnerability and beauty of being.

With the time ripe for posterity to see further into Hughes's works, Jonathan Bate's rich and compelling biography examines those 'places of high wonder' of which Hughes wrote as a teenager, and brings new depth and understanding to this most charismatic and fascinating of poets: his life, his poetry and of course, his relationships - most famously with iconic American poet Sylvia Plath, his wife, who committed suicide in 1963, and Assia Wevill, the woman he left Plath for, who herself committed suicide in 1969.
ISBN:
9780732299705
Publication Date:
01 / 10 / 2015
Pages:
672
Dimensions:
156 x 235mm

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