Sylvia Plath

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United States writer and poet (1932-1963)


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This work focuses on the linguistic features used by American poet and novelist Sylvia Plath to describe her emotions and moods in her aeSmith Journal,AE which is the first journal in The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath.
Rich in period details, and biting in its finely tuned humor, The Lost Journals of Sylvia Plath darts between emotional drifters.
In the postmodernist context, Sylvia Plath was one of the first American women writers to refuse to conceal or disguise her true emotions; in articulating her aggression, hostility, and despair in her art, she effectively challenged the traditional passive role attributed to women.
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Many volumes have been written about poet and author Sylvia Plath (1932-62), but much of the myth surrounding her has been filtered by, and focused on the years after her marriage to, fellow poet Ted Hughes--who some blame for her suicide.
While Sylvia Plath belongs to the 20th century, Lawrence belongs to the late 19th century and 20th century and Blake to the 18th century.
Four of the suicides were first-borns (Randall Jarrell 1st of 2, John Berryman 1st of 2, Sylvia Plath 1st of 2, Irina Andone 1st of 2), five of them were middle-borns (Heinrich von Kleist 5th of 7, Dimitrie Anghel 3rd of 4, Vachel Lindsay 2nd of 6, Georg Trakl 5th of 6, Benjamin Fondane 2nd of 3), six of them were last-borns (Thomas Chatterton 3rd of 3, John Davidson 4th of 4, Sara Teasdale 4th of 4, Cesare Pavese 2nd of 2, Anne Sexton 3rd of 3, George Vasilievici 2nd of 2), three of them (Gerard de Nerval, Hart Crane, Paul Celan) were only children.
Uno de los temas que trata Sylvia Plath en La campana de cristal es el de la exclusion.
Sylvia Plath and the Mythology of Women Writers provides a college-level survey dedicated to considering the rise of the legend of Sylvia Plath's women readership, and is a fine discussion identifying the illusions of this readership and the anti-feminist roots of such perceptions.
Sylvia Plath and the Mythology of Women Readers examines how media and popular culture portray female readers of Sylvia Plath's poetry and works.
AN EXTRACT from a letter which former poet laureate Ted Hughes wrote to his tragic wife Sylvia Plath will be among the works to be read as he is given his place in Westminster Abbey tonight.
Las escenas cobran cuerpo gracias a Pablo Raphael, asi como encontrarse con datos que inquietan: "En febrero de 1956, (Ted Hughes) conocio a la poeta estadounidense Sylvia Plath y se caso con ella en junio del mismo ano.
Keek's cell phone is broken and Gram has no computer, leaving Keek marooned with her thoughts, her virginity, a copy of The Bell Jar and a raging Sylvia Plath obsession, the occasional phone call from Morn, and Gram's gray-green electric IBM typewriter.
From the depression suffered by Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath to the mental anguish and addictions of iconic beauties Zelda Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe.
Confessing Cultures: Politics and the Self in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath.