Friday 22. July 2011
<em>The Cambridge Companion to Ted Hughes</em>, edited by Terry Gifford, Cambridge University Press 2011

The Cambridge Companion to Ted Hughes, edited by Terry Gifford, Cambridge University Press 2011

The Cambridge Companion to Ted Hughes

The Cambridge Companion to Ted Hughes, edited by Terry Gifford, Cambridge University Press 2011, collects essays on several aspects of Hughes's work and life and includes contributions by several well-known and a bunch of lesser known critics.

Contents:

  • Chronology
  • Terry Gifford: Introduction
  • Joanny Moulin: The problem of biography
  • Paul Bentley: The debates about Hughes
  • Chen Hong: Hughes and animals
  • Jo Gill: Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath
  • Rand Brandes: The anthropologist's uses of myth
  • Terry Gifford: Hughes's social ecology
  • Tracy Brain: Hughes and feminism
  • Vanda Zajko: Hughes and the classics
  • Neil Corcoran: Hughes as prose writer
  • Jonathan Bate: Hughes on Shakespeare
  • Neil Roberts: Class, war and the Laureateship
  • Alex Davis: Hughes and his critics