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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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The Cambridge Companion to Sylvia Plath. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
People think it's depressing, or a biography of Sylvia Plath, but it's not and there's so much humour in it," Fanning said.
In this sense, Plath's novel might be considered a mass-market product intended to appeal to a middle-brow female readership interested in women's experience.
Plath is also credited with advancing the genre of confessional poetry and is best known for her two published collections, "The Colossus and Other Poems" and ""Ariel."
Hugely inspired by Plath, the end product was this album which was greeted with widespread acclaim.
Rich in period details, and biting in its finely tuned humor, The Lost Journals of Sylvia Plath darts between emotional drifters.
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.
Vincent Pasque and Jason Tchieu, postdoctoral fellows in the lab of Plath and co-first authors of the study, developed a roadmap of the reprogramming process using detailed time-course analyses.
Such is the case with Plath's poem Daddy, in which the poet directly addresses her dead father.
"Never for a second would I put myself beside a genius like Sylvia Plath!" she told Canadian magazine (http://www.fashionmagazine.com/fashion/2014/04/02/fashion-magazine-may-2014-cover-lorde/) Fashion , referring to being called the Sylvia Plath of pop music.
In the final contribution to this segment, "Poetry and Personality: The Private Papers and Public Image of Elizabeth Jennings," Jane Dowson argues that because Jennings is primarily known as a Catholic poet, critics have not investigated her biography in the same fashion as they have with Sylvia Plath. Dowson sought "material that would help establish Jennings' significance to twentieth-century English poetry.
Mad girl's love song; Sylvia Plath and life before Ted.