Ted Hughes

1st Edition

Terry Gifford

Routledge
Published November 26, 2008
Reference - 178 Pages
ISBN 9780415311892 - CAT# RU43683
Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

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Summary

For the first time, one volume surveys the life, works and critical reputation of one of the most significant British writers of the twentieth-century: Ted Hughes.

This accessible guide to Hughes’ writing provides a rich exploration of the complete range of his works. In this volume, Terry Gifford:

  • offers clear and detailed discussions of Hughes’ poetry, stories, plays, translations, essays and letters
  • includes new biographical information, and previously unpublished archive material, especially on Hughes’ environmentalism
  •  provides a comprehensive account of Hughes’ critical reception, separated into the major themes that have interested readers and critics
  • offers useful suggestions for further reading, and incorporates helpful cross-references between sections of the guide. 

Part of the Routledge Guides to Literature series, Ted Hughes presents an accessible, fresh, and fascinating introduction to a major British writer whose work continues to be of crucial importance today.

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