Frieda Hughes

Feature

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Frieda Hughes was only two years old when her mother, Sylvia Plath, committed suicide. She was raised by an equally famous poet — her father, Ted Hughes. Frieda herself became a poet, and she has had to jostle with her parents' reputations and 40 years of gossip about their notoriously volatile relationship. Sarah Lilley has the story.

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