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Someone has posted on Ted Hughes (HSC Module C)

20 Jun

And I am very grateful, for one. See Fulbright Scholars some notes. Thanks to Mel McGuinness, who has in turn kindly referred students to this blog for Frankenstein and Blade Runner.

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I propose to say something about Module C myself shortly.

Update 24 June

Some references I have found.

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One response to “Someone has posted on Ted Hughes (HSC Module C)

  1. Ramathi Bandaranayake

    November 25, 2013 at 12:38 am

    Hi

    “Fighters and Dreamers:The Friendship of Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen 1917-1919 and Beyond”

    I am a final year student at the Colombo International School, Colombo, Sri Lanka and a student of A Level Literature. I have been a fan of First World War poetry and novels from a very young age.

    I have just published a book titled “Fighters and Dreamers:The Friendship of Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen 1917-1919 and Beyond”.

    This work is an exploration of one of the most famous and most important literary friendships, for although tragically brief, their friendship left behind writing that is at once thought-provoking, shocking, compassionate and very relevant. The printed book is being distributed free of charge.

    The book will be appreciated by fans of the two poets and anyone interested in war poetry.

    The book is posted in its entirety on my website https://ramathi.wordpress.com/ and the PDF version can be downloaded, free of charge.

    http://ramathi.wordpress.com/download-my-book/

    Thanking you

    Ramathi Bandaranayake
    Colombo
    Sri Lanka

     

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