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Filled with rage, grief and anger, the poems of Sylvia Plath (1932-1963), created a major mode in American Poetry. As a young mother, aged 30, she took her own life. Plath is heard in a long interview and reading numerous poems conveying the emotional power of her world. Critics and her mother discuss the young woman who became the contemporary icon of the divided self. Archival footage chronicles Plath's meteoric career.
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