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Plath

Sylvia. 1932--63, US poet living in England. She wrote two volumes of verse, The Colossus (1960) and Ariel (1965), and a novel, The Bell Jar (1963): she was married to Ted Hughes
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Ballentine and Plath point out that "The Fed is still developing criteria and rules for nonbank SIFIs, which will likely include rigorous capital adequacy and liquidity tests, plus extensive requirements for risk management structures and processes.
One day in the school's library, she comes across four books -- Ariel: Poems by Sylvia Plath , The Collected Poems of William Blake , The Collected Poems of D.
Moreover, males were predicted to alter their individual mating preferences under the influence of an audience (Plath & Schlupp 2008; Plath & Bierbach 2011).
The horrible irony is that we know--as Plath did not--that her fourth try at suicide--by gas, as in the Nazi extermination camps--would succeed.
In 1962, Plath wrote her first and only drama of a sort: a radio play for the BBC's Third Programme entitled Three Women.
The letter to Plath dates from October, 1956, four months after the couple married, and seven years before she went on to commit suicide.
Critic Marilyn Yalom in "Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar, and Related Poems" explores the way in which the figs in the novel are used as "traditional symbols of female fecundity" (1985, 170) while Linda Wagner-Martin in The Bell Jar: A Novel of the Fifties, grounds her reading historically, noting that "Esther believed firmly that there was no way, in the American society of the 1950s, that a talented woman could successfully combine a career with homemaking" (1992, 38).
Here Plath focuses on Hemingway's final travels to Spain and Africa, but at the same time, the book's photos suggest that Ernest had finally found a home in Cuba.
Confessing Cultures: Politics and the Self in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath.
The Bodies star is about to appear in Sylvia Plath play Three Women at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival, but she says she knows that attitudes towards age can make life incredibly difficult for actresses of her years.
Showalter intimated that readers in the United States had grown tired of the Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes saga and would view the publication of Hughes's letters as a concession that offered too little, too late.
This article compares the use of oceanic symbolism in the poetry of Karin Boye, Ingrid Jonker and Sylvia Plath.