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Sympathy for Sylvia

For my Twentieth Century Literature paper I have been studying some really touching literature. Often the lives of the poets and novelists are just as haunting as their famous works. 392 more words


Sylvia Plath: life through the Bell Jar

Sylvia Plath was a confessional poet and the author of semi-autobiographical novel The Bell Jar. Plath used words as her map to navigate her way through the hills of life’s rough, bumpy valley until she got lost in the wilderness and could write no more. 887 more words


Not to Blame

Not to Blame


She always stayed in bed and had stacks and stacks of paperbacks.

 Dean koontz, James Patterson, and Nora Roberts were her confidants. 100 more words


Performance diary: GROUNDED and THE NIGHT DANCE

It was one of those only-in-New-York weekends of performance-going. Saturday night Andy and I went to the Public Theater where we sat 20 feet away from Anne Hathaway performing George Brant’s… 341 more words

Performance Diary

Imagination is more important than knowledge. ~Sylvia Plath

Knowing things is important. Wisdom is a blend of what you know and what you can imagine.

Imagination is more important than knowledge. ~Sylvia Plath


Monday Musings

Imagination is more important than knowledge.

~ Sylvia Plath ~

I Want To


“I want to taste and glory in each day,

and never be afraid to experience pain;

and never shut myself up in a numb core of non feeling, 39 more words