Jonathan Bate, Ted Hughes Jonathan Bate, Ted Hughes, The Unauthorised Life William Collins The relationship between Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath is scarred terrain by now, a battleground gone over by armies of biographers and commentators taking either side or, just occasionally, claiming to take neither. Jonathan Bate's unauthorised account is not endorsed by the Hughes estate but seems to find a balanced approach among the welter of unbalanced evidence. While certainly not an apologist for Ted, as one might read Elaine Feinstein's biography, Bate is most critical of the feminist campaign against him but very early on one is already taking the point that the personalities in the mix, at first a great creative partnership, were too dangerous when put together for anything but a tragic outcome.
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Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma. Homosexuality in Renaissance England.Battleground Summary. John Renshaw has just returned from Florida where he assassinated the president of a toy company. Renshaw picks up a package on his way to his apartment and carefully opens it once alone.
The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between and The play begins with a framing device, often referred to as the induction, [a] in which a mischievous nobleman tricks a drunken tinker named Christopher Sly into believing he is actually a nobleman himself.
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Review by William Simmons Featured in King’s first collection Night Shift, “Battleground” was a taunt assault on the nerves that injected demonic toys with force and personality in a battle between the evils of Man and the supernatural.
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"Battleground" is a short story written by Stephen King. The story was originally published in the September issue of Cavalier, and was later included in King's own collection Night Shift.