The Ted Hughes Society Journal
A peer-reviewed journal of cutting-edge Hughes research featuring established scholars and new voices in the field.
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Volume 7, Issue 1 (2018) ISSN 2051-7270 (Download)
Editorial James Underwood
What Did Ted Hughes Learn from Anthropology? Robert Layton
Ted Hughes and the Post-Nuclear Landscape Felicity Powell
Mapping Elmet: The Duality of Hughes’s Calder Valley Ruth Crossley
From Remains to Elmet: A Lexical Study of Hughes’s West Yorkshire Texts Kyra Piperides
The Lyre of Orpheus: Ted Hughes and Nick Cave Peter Fydler
‘A Buried Land and a Blazing Source’: Ted Hughes and William Golding Nicola Presley
Two Contemporary Poets and the Ted Hughes Bestiary Daniel Weston
Volume 6, Issue 2 (2017) ISSN 2051-7270 (Download)
Editorial Mark Wormald
Hughes’s Notion of Shamanic Healing Terry Gifford
Hughes and Lawrence Neil Roberts
Like Fury: Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath at Cambridge Heather Clark
Irishwards: Ted Hughes, Freedom and Flow Mark Wormald
The Parochial Courage of Ted Hughes Steve Ely
Mayday on Holderness: Ted Hughes, National Service, and East Yorkshire James Underwood