Analysis Of Ted Hughes The Minotaur And — страница 2

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house gained memories with the last times there, good and bad. It gained the attributes of casket in its tidy-ness. The windows glowed in the bleak cold, maybe meaning that it was a dark place inside the house; maybe a reference to the sun setting at the church; the symbolic moment for death and the disappearance of light from Earth. Hughes seals himself from the house. He looks upon this, as into a casket to see inside the life contained, but to no avail for he had “already lost the treasure”. These poems reflect and relieve the live of Hughes and his relations to Plath, from their beginning to her end. The Minotaur and Robbing Myself expose the feelings held back for these long years, in intricate detail and meaning spelling out the lives between.