Tri-Quarterly – Number Seven, Fall 1966, Womanly Issue: The Art of Sylvia Plath

Evanston, Illinois: Northwesten University Press, 1966.

Price: $35.00

Softcover. Number seven. Tall octavo. Illustrated in black and white. Pictorial wrappers. Topedge slightly foxed, modest rubbing on wraps, very good. Selected poems and essays on the work of Sylvia Plath by Ted Hughes, A.E. Dyson, and others.

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Item #542437 Tri-Quarterly – Number Seven, Fall 1966, Womanly Issue: The Art of Sylvia Plath. Sylvia PLATH.

Sylvia Plath
birth name: Sylvia Plath
born: 10/27/1932
died: 2/11/1963

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Biography

American poet whose best-known poems are carefully crafted pieces noted for their personal imagery and intense focus. Many concern such themes as alienation, death, and self-destruction. She was little known at the time of her death by suicide, but by the mid-1970s she was considered a major contemporary poet. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of LiteratureAmore

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