"Thistles" by Ted Hughs
In the poem "Thistles" by Ted Hughes there are a number of different themes and ideas that are put across. George Macbeth, the acclaimed literary critic, has made some very powerful and in-depth comments about the poem. He states that the poem is"praise to the unkillable virtue of heroism" I personally am not sure whether to disagree or agree with this analogy. However I do agree with later comments about Hughes "presenting this quality through the nature of part of a vegetable, rather than the animal kingdom, he contrives to give it an air of naturalness and inevitability, as if heroism l…
- "Thistles" by Ted Hughs
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