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  1. The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath by Sylvia Plath, 2000-10-17
  2. Ariel: The Restored Edition by Sylvia Plath, 2007-04-05
  3. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, 2006-10-01
  4. Rough Magic: A Biography of Sylvia Plath by Paul Alexander, 2003-09-18
  5. The Spoken Word: Sylvia Plath (British Library - British Library Sound Archive) by The British Library, 2010-07-15
  6. The Colossus and Other Poems by Sylvia Plath, 1998-05-19
  7. Crossing the Water by Sylvia Plath, 1980-06-09
  8. Letters Home: Correspondence 1950-1963 by Sylvia Plath, 1992-04-08
  9. Her Husband: Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath--A Marriage by Diane Middlebrook, 2004-08-31
  10. Collected Children's Stories (Faber Children's Classics) by Sylvia Plath, 2001-04-09
  11. Sylvia Plath: Method and Madness: A Biography by Edward Butscher, 2003-10-01
  12. Bitter Fame: A Life of Sylvia Plath by Anne Stevenson, 1998-06-16
  13. Plath: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets) by Sylvia Plath, 1998-10-13
  14. Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams: Short Stories, Prose, and Diary Excerpts (P.S.) by Sylvia Plath, 2008-09-01

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    Sylvia Plath was a famous American poet, novelist and short-story writer, known for her controversial novel, The Bell Jar. Her husband was Ted Hughes (who was also a much lauded American writer). She has been compared with Virginia Woolf, partly because of their shared life-long struggles with depression and for their ultimately (and untimely)... zSB(3,3)
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    A short biography of Syliva Plath Sylvia Plath was born in the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts on October 27, 1932 the oldest child of Otto and Aurelia Schoeber
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    Sylvia Plath was born in the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts on October 27, 1932 the oldest child of Otto and Aurelia Schoeber Plath. The daughter of a Boston Univesity German and entomology professor and a high school English teacher, Plath was raised in a household that valued learning highly. As a result, she grew up with an insatiable hunger to prove herself academically. In 1940, Sylvia�¢s father died when she was only 8, and she was raised by her mother and grandparents. This early disruption would mold Plath�¢s views on a world she continually felt isolated and rejected from�¢sparking the bipolar disorder she suffered from throughout her life. A zealous student, Plath devoted much of her time in school to writing and art, eventually winning a scholarship to attend Smith College in Northhampton. There she pushed herself even further, publishing her poetry and fiction in magazines like Seventeen Harper�¢s

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    Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) - pseudonym Victoria Lucas American writer whose best-known poems are noted for their personal imagery and intense focus. Plath wrote only two books before her suicide at the age of 31. Her posthumous ARIEL (1965) astohished the literary world with its power, and has become one of the best-selling volumes of poetry published in England and America in the 20th century. Plath was married to the poet Ted Hughes. Out of the ash
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    (from 'Lady Lazarus', in Ariel Sylvia Plath was born in Boston. Her father was a professor of biology at Boston University, and had specialized in bees. He has been characterized as authoritarian and died of diabetes in 1940 when Plath was eight years old. Her mother, Aurelia, worked at two jobs to support Sylvia and her brother Warren, but in her diary Plath reveals her hatred for her mother. At school Plath appeared to be a model student: she won prizes and scholarships. She studied at Gamaliel Bradford Senior High School (now Wellesley High School) and at the Smith College from 1950 to 1955. In LETTERS HOME (1975), edited by Plath's mother, she revealed a portrait of a young woman driven by hopes for the highest success alternating with moods of deep depression. Her first awarded story, "Sunday at the Mintons," was published in 1952 while she was at college in magazine

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    Sylvia Plath. Sylvia Plath was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 27, 1932. Her mother, Aurelia Schober, was a master’s student at Boston University when she met Plath’s
    View Cart Log In More Info FURTHER READING Related Prose Groundbreaking Book: Ariel by Sylvia Plath (1965) A Brief Guide to Confessional Poetry ... Of Woman Born
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    by Craig Morgan Teicher A Brief Guide to Confessional Poetry Other Confessional Poets Anne Sexton John Berryman Robert Lowell Sharon Olds ... W. D. Snodgrass Related Poets Ted Hughes Lesson Plans Women in Poetry External Links Plath's Journals: Charting Terrain on an Internal Landscape
    A review by Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times , October 31, 2000. Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)
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    Sylvia Plath was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 27, 1932. Her mother, Aurelia Schober, was a master’s student at Boston University when she met Plath’s father, Otto Plath, who was her professor. They were married in January of 1932. Otto taught both German and biology, with a focus on apiology, the study of bees.

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    Plath, Sylvia Alternative names Short description American poet, novelist, short story writer, and essayist Date of birth October 27, 1932 Place of birth
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    Plath in her late 20s Born October 27, 1932
    Jamaica Plain
    Boston Massachusetts , United States Died February 11, 1963
    London, England, United Kingdom Pen name Victoria Lucas Occupation Poet, novelist, and short story writer Nationality American Ethnicity Austrian, German Education Cambridge University Alma mater Smith College Period Genres Autobiography, Confessionalism Literary movement Confessional poetry Notable work(s) The Bell Jar and Ariel Notable award(s) Fulbright scholarship
    Glascock Prize

    Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

    The Collected Poems
    Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
    Spouse(s) Ted Hughes (m. 1956-1963) Children Frieda Hughes
    Nicholas Hughes
    (deceased) Influences W. H. Auden Elizabeth Bishop William Blake Robert Lowell ... W. B. Yeats Influenced Ted Hughes Jaime Manrique Kurt Cobain Marjorie Perloff ... Markus Zusak Signature Sylvia Plath Smith College and Newnham College Cambridge before receiving acclaim as a professional poet and writer. She married fellow poet Ted Hughes in 1956 and they lived together first in the United States and then England, having two children together:

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    Born to middle class parents in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, Sylvia Plath published her first poem when she was eight. Sensitive, intelligent, compelled toward perfection in everything she attempted, she was, on the surface, a model daughter, popular in school, earning straight A's, winning the best prizes. By the time she entered Smith College on a scholarship in 1950 she already had an impressive list of publications, and while at Smith she wrote over four hundred poems. Sylvia's surface perfection was however underlain by grave personal discontinuities, some of which doubtless had their origin in the death of her father (he was a college professor and an expert on bees) when she was eight. During the summer following her junior year at Smith, having returned from a stay in New York City where she had been a student ``guest editor'' at Mademoiselle Magazine, Sylvia nearly succeeded in killing herself by swallowing sleeping pills. She later described this experience in an autobiographical novel, The Bell Jar, published in 1963. After a period of recovery involving electroshock and psychotherapy Sylvia resumed her pursuit of academic and literary success, graduating from Smith summa cum laude in 1955 and winning a Fulbright scholarship to study at Cambridge, England.

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      Sylvia Plath Sylvia Plath was born in Boston Massachusetts to Aurelia and Otto Plath on October 27, 1932. A talented writer, her first poem was published in the Boston Sunday Herald when she was eight years old. In 1940 her father, a professor of Biology at Boston University died after a long illness, and Plath never fully recovered from this loss. Plath lived in Wellesley, and graduated from Bradford Senior High School, and received the Olive Higgins Prouty Scholarship at Smith College, which she attended from 1950-55. While at Smith, Plath was very active in many organizations while excelling academically and being named a first group scholar each semester. She was the Press Board Correspondent for the Daily Hampshire Gazette and the Springfield Daily News , and she was also editor of the Smith Review , the college literary magazine. She was also on the editorial board of the Campus Cat , won two Smith College Prize Awards for Poetry, and she also had several short stories and poems published in Seventeen Magazine . During the summer of 1953, Plath was named one of 20 guest editors of

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    Sylvia Plath's life , and especially her death, have never been fully understood. An acclaimed poet and novelist, she is the golden girl who had everythingbeauty and brains; a great and recognized talent; a family that included a daughter and a son. Yet on a third attempt, she committed suicide in 1963 at age 31. Her best known work is "The Bell Jar", a loosely autobiographical novel about the slow emotional collapse of a young woman working for a prestigious New York magazine on a summer internship.

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    Plath, Sylvia (1932–1963) US poet and novelist. Her powerful, highly personal poems, often expressing a sense of desolation, are distinguished by their intensity and sharp imagery, Sylvia

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    American poet and novelist known for her exquisite poetry and her autobiographical novel, “The Bell Jar,” published in 1963. The novel centers on a young woman with a fragile hold on life. Plath committed suicide shortly after its publication. Plath was a sensitive, studious child, born to a college professor and his educated, cultured wife. In November 1940, when Sylvia was just 8 years old, her father died from complications of diabetes. An intense student, she worked hard to achieve good grades. The following year, in August 1941, one of Plath’s poems was published in a Boston, MA newspaper. By age 18, she had won awards for her poetry and, with her excellent grades and obvious talent, she won a scholarship to Smith College. During her junior year, she spent the summer in New York as a guest editor for Mademoiselle, a fashion magazine. While still a student at Smith, she had a nervous breakdown, attempted suicide by swallowing sleeping pills and was given shock treatments. Despite such upheaval, she graduated in 1955 and went to Cambridge, England on a Fulbright scholarship. One night at a party in Cambridge, February 25, 1956, she met Ted Hughes, and their romance began in a blaze of passion. She wrote, "He kissed me bang smash on the mouth, And when he kissed my neck, I bit him long and hard on the cheek and, when we came out of the room, Blood was running down his face." The handsome gifted pair married four months later, on June 16, 1956.

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