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Jan 1, 2007 ... Assia Wevill was 35 and on her third husband when Ted Hughes, the future British poet laureate, visited her London advertising firm in June ... Letters to Assia Wevill, 1955-1970. Emory University. Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. Atlanta, GA 30322. 404 ...
Yehuda Koren and Eilat Negev are both distinguished literary journalists and authors, and have been researching Assia Wevill's story for 15 years. In the course of their research they have unearthed a mass of personal documents, and interviewed all the key witnesses, most of them speaking here for the first time. The chapters following Sylvia's suicide are focussed very much around Assia Wevill and her tragic depression and suicide, and in later chapters Feinstein quotes at great length from Hughes's various girlfriends and mistresses. It means that the book begins to seem at times like the story of 'Ted the Rake' rather than 'Ted the poet'.
Jan 1, 2007 ... Assia Wevill was 35 and on her third husband when Ted Hughes, the future British poet laureate, visited her London advertising firm in June ...
In the final part of our exclusive series on Assia Wevill, Ted Hughes's tragic mistress, we reveal how the couple's tempestuous relationship and his serial infidelity led her to kill herself – and Plath fans will recognize that name. That and Shura Wevill. Apparently there’s a biography out now of Assia Wevill – that’s kind of an interesting article and review there – but it does take the “Ted Hughes is a villain” attitude which I find rather tiresome.