Ted Hughes' biography appears to be on the backburner.
The contested life of one of Britain's best-loved poets, Ted Hughes, has found controversy once more after his estate stopped cooperating with his latest biographer, Jonathan Bate.
Shakespeare scholar Bate began working on a biography of Hughes in 2010 though has been barred from private archives and asked to return photocopies of privately held documents by the poet's estate. He is no longer has the right to quote extensively from the poet's work.
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Humble curiosity might have been preferable to Rubbo's slightly arrogant skepticism, slanting his interviews to make Shakespearian scholars look like fuddy duddies while embracing crackpot mavericks spinning elaborate conjecture from limited information. As they pore through old documents finding cryptograms in Shakespeare's epitaph, it's akin to decoding precisely what prophets meant in the Holy Bible or Koran: Anything goes.
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