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    Ted Hughes Reading His Poetry

    €13.40
    An extensive selection of the late Laureate's major poems, read in his inimitable style.
    ISBN: 9780007202645
    AuthorHughes Ted
    Pub Date01/03/2005
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    An extensive selection of the late Laureate's major poems, read in his inimitable style.


    Ted Hughes, one of England's foremost poets, and Poet Laureate since 1984, is also a haunting reader of his own work. On this recording he reads his own choice of more than fifty poems from the first twenty years of a literary career that began with the publication of 'Hawk in the Rain' in 1957. In particular, the programme includes a generous selection from two of his most powerful and distinctive works: 'Wodwo' (1967) and 'Crow' (1970).

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    An extensive selection of the late Laureate's major poems, read in his inimitable style.


    Ted Hughes, one of England's foremost poets, and Poet Laureate since 1984, is also a haunting reader of his own work. On this recording he reads his own choice of more than fifty poems from the first twenty years of a literary career that began with the publication of 'Hawk in the Rain' in 1957. In particular, the programme includes a generous selection from two of his most powerful and distinctive works: 'Wodwo' (1967) and 'Crow' (1970).