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Overview

Author

Ted Hughes

Year Published

1957

Type

Poem

Genre

Nature

Perspective and Narrator

"Wind" is written in the first-person point of view. The poem's speaker is enduring a powerful storm.

Tense

"Wind" is written in a combination of the past and present tense. It begins by describing in past tense what has happened during the preceding several hours. It ends in the present as the speaker watches the fire blaze and listens to the sound of the wind.

About the Title

In "Wind," the speaker describes a storm with winds strong enough to shake a house and rattle its windows.

Summary

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