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Frieda Hughes sites
posted by Emily at 10:31 PM
I received an e-mail from someone asking me where she might find poems online by Frieda Hughes. Surfing around, I came across a number of new-ish sites about Ms. Hughes:
- Poetry International Web page with photo, poems, and video clip
- Bloodaxe Books' Hughes site
- Smith College's Poetry Center page
- Hughes' poem "Medusa"
- NESTA's awardee site about Hughes
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