Ted Hughes

Ted Hughes was born Edward James Hughes in Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire in August of 1930. His parents were William Henry and Edith Hughes who raised him among the farms of the Calder Valley and surrounding moorland. Read more about Ted Hughes.

The Thought-Fox

’The Thought-Fox’ by Ted Hughes is a creative poem that uses the symbol of a fox, and its quick, fleeting movements, to represent a writer’s muse.

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