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Culture: Chick Lit or Hit?

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8 February 2013, Varsity Culture Section

The life and death of Sylvia Plath have always been cloaked in controversy. From her marriage to Ted Hughes, and her suicide at age 30, Plath has always been able to shock and stir the emotions of her public. 467 more words


The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath Review

After reading Sylvia Plath’s poetry for a couple of years, The Bell Jar has been on my list of books to read but it is only through having it on one of my modules at university this year that has thrust it into my path. 376 more words


The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath

This is a story of a young woman, Esther Greenwood’s struggles as she transforms into ‘womanhood’. It starts off with her winning a competition to guest edit for a magazine in New York. 407 more words


Bell Jar Merchandising Assemblage At Pottery Barn®

With many versions on display it is tough to say whether all these Bell Jars are part of the merchandise, or if some are for Visual Merchandising emphasis… 332 more words

Store Fixtures

Cupcake Vertical Flightline Is A Grab-N-Go Success

Four levels launch individually packaged Cupcakes into flight, all for less than a buck. Business seemed brisk, and the price though attractive, seemed to produce a nice profit. 397 more words

Store Fixtures

These Are The Things

The things we lost in the fire. 

My life has been speckled with pain and a terrible calling towards an inevitable end. Around me the air is stale and unmoving.

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Looking For Sylvia: Personal Essay

I think I first met her in a dream-she, a teenager and I, a child. We must have sat in the park, among the narcissi and azaleas, or on a beach, soaking up the sun, with a picnic basket filled with half-eaten sandwiches between us. 1,174 more words