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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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Featuring characters who are undergoing deep personal crises, such narratives attracted a considerable audience to the pages of The Ladies' Home Journal and Mademoiselle, where Plath had served as guest editor in the summer of 1953.
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.
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.
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.
As Ferretter notes, Plath wrote an extensive amount of fiction throughout her lifetime beginning with the short stories that she composed as a teenager and ending with Double Exposure, a novel she was working on at the time of her death.
In literary dictionaries, Plath is listed among the representatives of the Confessional school, but there are critics who argue against such a label when it comes to her, because her work mythologizes and fantasizes rather than confesses things.
El 11 de febrero de 1963, hace cincuenta anos, la escritora norteamericana Sylvia Plath se suicido.
11 ( ANI ): US poet Sylvia Plath tried to cut her own throat when she was 10 - two decades before she committed suicide, a new biography has claimed.
TEENAGERS will be encouraged to memorise poems by Sylvia Plath and Lord Byron for a new national poetry competition.
Edicion corregida y anotada por Karen Plath Muller Turina.
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.