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Vintage Hughes - Study Guide Dream Dust Summary & Analysis

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Dream Dust Summary

Star-dust, earth-dust, cloud-dust and storm-dust and splinters of hail combine to form a handful of dream dust which is not for sale.

Dream Dust Analysis

Reading Hughes' poems, one is struck by the frequency with which his poems treat or mention dreams. Hughes most well-known poem asks, for example, what happens to a dream deferred? Hughes uses the dream as a crystalline symbol for hope. The word and the image are memorable, versatile, and poetic.

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