Title: The Poet as a Rebel
|Date:||January 20, 2000|
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Though he is a major Post Movement poet, he is often presented as the great rebel against the movement cause.
Hughes, as a man and as a poet, frequently does not conform to the conventions which society expects of him. Having grown up in a working-class background, Hughes left High School with a scholarship to Cambridge University, where the literary set came mostly from the upper-class...
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Having grown up in a working-class background, Hughes left High School with a scholarship to Cambridge University, where the literary set came mostly from the upper-class. He quickly established a reputation for being rather wild, and someone who was at Cambridge when Hughes was there commented that for a while there was some question as to whether it would be Hughes or Cambridge which would survive the experience...
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