The Relationship between Man and Animal in Ted Hughes’ Poems

Yu-di LI


This paper discusses the significance of Ted Hughes’s animal poems, and find out the relationship between human and animals. It analyses from three aspects: man expects to acquire animal power, animals reflects man and enlightenment from animals. Through the analysis, both the content and the consideration on human in Ted Hughes’ poems could be better understood.
Key words: Ted Hughes, animal poems, human and animals
Résumé: Cet essai étudie la signification des poème d’animal de Ted Hughes et explore les relations entre l’homme et les animaux. L’analyse s’effectue sous trois angles ci-dessous : l’homme veut acquérir la force des animaux, les animaux reflètent l’homme ainsi que l’homme s’inspire des animaux. A travers cette analyse, la signification et la considération sur l’homme des poèmes de Ted Hughes pourraient mieux comprises.
Mots-Clés: Ted Hughes, poèmes d’animal, homme et animaux

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