Ted Hughes

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Feinstein knew Ted Hughes well, alongwith his sister Olwyn, who is, in fact, her agent and friend.
Both Armitage and Duffy were considered for the post nearly 10 years ago when the then current Poet Laureate Ted Hughes died.
At times, Lorca's poetry, adapted by Ted Hughes, truly soars, rich and deeply evocative, as surely it was intended.
The versatile actor, who grew up on the Wirral, was in Tomb Raider and played poet Ted Hughes opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in the film Sylvia.
The Arts Council's report on poetry Rhyme and Reason published in 2000, identified Pam as being the fifth best-selling poet during the years 1998 and 1999, following Ted Hughes, Seamus Heaney, Carol Ann Duffy, and Sylvia Plath.
Faber poetry editors Matthew Hollis and Paul Keegan spent every evening and weekend ploughing through 2,500 years of war poetry to produce the anthology, which contains the likes of Yehuda Amichai, Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes.
Then Gwyneth Paltrow decided he was the one to play the rugged poet Ted Hughes to her tortured Sylvia Plath for a new BBC film.
ACTOR Daniel Craig who started out treading the boards at Hilbre High school, Wirral, is set to get the biggest break of his career after being cast with Gwyneth Paltrow in a film biography of the late Poet Laureate Ted Hughes and his tragic wife Sylvia Plath.
The 40-year-old single mother, who two years ago won the prestigious commission to illustrate How the Whale Became by the late Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes, lives and works in a small cottage on a windswept headland just a few miles from St David's.
He will be joined by Frieda Hughes, daughter of the late poet laureate Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, and other poets at the 21st Poetry Olympics the Queen's Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue on October 4.
She was best known for her landscape work and portraits of authors such as Ted Hughes and Doris Lessing.
Shot on location in Cambridge, director Christine Jeffs's follow-up to the charming rites-of-passage drama, Rain, is an intimate biopic of poets Ted Hughes (Craig) and Sylvia Plath (Paltrow).