Edward James "Ted" Hughes, OM (17 August 1930 – 28 October 1998) was an English poet and children's writer. Critics routinely rank him as one of the best poets of his generation. Hughes was British Poet Laureate from 1984 until his death.
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... reviewed for Stand, Outposts and Envoi and his critical articles on Ted Hughes's poetry have appeared in collections of essays edited by Keith Sagar (1995) and Joanny Moulin (1999) and also on ... He is an acknowledged critical authority on Ted Hughes's limited edition publication, Recklings (1966) ...
... In 1961, poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath rented their flat in Chalcot Square, Primrose Hill, London to Assia and David Wevill, and took up residence at North ... Hughes was immediately struck with Assia, as she was with him ... Soon after, Ted and Assia began an affair ...
... illustrated by Leonard Baskin, published by Scolar Press, 1975) Earth-Moon (illustrated by Ted Hughes, published by Rainbow Press, 1976) Eclipse (Sceptre Press, 1976 ... published by Gehenna Press, 1998) Many of Ted Hughes' poems have been published as limited-edition broadsides ...
1999 in poetry Andrew Motion succeeds Ted Hughes as the UK's Poet Laureate Death of Edward Dorn 1998 in poetry Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters Death of Zbigniew Herbert, Ted Hughes, Octavio Paz 1997 ...
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“Underwater eyes, an eels
Oil of water body, neither fish nor beast is the otter:”
—Ted Hughes (b. 1930)
“Life isnt all beer and skittles, but beer and skittles, or something better of the same sort, must form a good part of every Englishmans education.”
—Thomas Hughes (18221896)