Sylvia Plath: A Literary existence examines the way in which Plath made herself right into a author. shut research of Plath's interpreting and apprenticeship writing either in fiction and poetry sheds huge gentle on Plath's paintings within the past due Sixties. during this up-to-date variation there'll be dialogue of the aftermath of Plath's loss of life together with the booklet of her gathered Poems edited by way of Ted Hughes which received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1982. Biographies of Plath can be tested in addition to the e-book of Hughes's Birthday Letters . A chronology maps out key occasions and courses either in Plath's lifetime and posthumously.

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