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Book Review: The Journals of Sylvia Plath, by Sylvia Plath & edited by Ted Hughes

I’ve said it before and I’ll keep on saying it, Sylvia Plath had an incredible and fascinating mind. You could really hear her voice in this, and it was great to read the private, inner musings of a respectable poet/author. 99 more words

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Sylvia Plath

Good-night, sweet princess. You are still on your own; be stoic; don’t panic; get through this hell to the generous sweet overflowing giving love of spring. 12 more words


To the Person in the Bell Jar . . .

Matahari belum benar-benar naik ketika pintu kamar kos digedor dengan nada memaksa. Pukul 06.15, Keni melirik jam beker di atas meja rias. “Ini Minggu pagi, duh bantal busuk!” rutuknya. 1,981 more words


The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

Last night I finished this novel and watched the season finale of This Is Us. Very uplifting evening. Tonight I think I’ll just bang my head against the wall for three hours to achieve the same effect. 1,131 more words


Sylvia Plath on writing, and the complexities of life

It is It is fifty five years since Sylvia Plath killed herself, in her flat in London, near Primrose Hill, in a house where William Butler Yeats once lived. 1,402 more words


Epilepsy & Me

Happy Monday, everyone!

So, if you haven’t guessed from the title of this post, I have epilepsy – and I am perfectly aware that anyone reading this who knows me personally is likely thinking, ‘Yeah, no sh!t.’ 474 more words