The Poetry of Ted Hughes: Language, Illusion and Beyond
Longman, 1998 - 129 Seiten
This text provides an introduction to the poetry of Ted Hughes, whose work is concerned with the forces of nature and their interaction with man. It also places Hughes' poems in a theoretical context of significant developments in literary theory that occured during his lifetime, quoting in particular commentary of the French theorists Jacques Lacan, Julia Kristeva and Roland Barthes.
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Hughes and Shamanism
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