Ted Hughes, a bibliography, 1946-1995

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Mansell, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 470 pages
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Ted Hughes, Poet Laureate, is considered by many to be the greatest living English poet, and the natural successor to W. B. Yeats, D. H. Lawrence and T. S. Eliot. It is fifteen years since the first edition of this bibliography was published (1983). This second edition brings the Hughes oeuvre up to date, and also includes for the first time a section for Hughes' manuscripts. Over 1,000 items are recorded in a fully annotated, descriptive bibliography. Separate sections cover books, pamphlets and broadsides in their various editions or reprints; contributions to periodicals; translations; interviews; recordings; broadcasts; books and articles about Ted Hughes; and manuscripts. A detailed index is provided.

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Contents

A Books pamphlets and broadsides by Ted Hughes
1
B Books pamphlets and broadsides edited or with
181
Contributions to periodicals
277
Translations
333
E Interviews and comment
345
G Broadcasts
355
H Miscellaneous including dustwrapper recordsleeve
367
J Books and articles about Ted Hughes
373
K Manuscripts
397
Index
403
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About the author (1998)

Keith Sagar was a close friend of Ted Hughes for over thirty years. He has published more than twenty books, including "The Art of Ted Hughes "and "The Life of D. H. Lawrence,

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