Sylvia Plath 2nd Edition

Elisabeth Bronfen

Published by BRITISH COUNCIL, 2004
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Synopsis: In this engaging and original study Professor Bronfen examines Sylvia Plath's poetry, her novel, The Bell Jar, her shorter fiction, and her autobigraphical texts in the context of the resilient Plath legend that has grown since her suicide in 1963.

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Title: Sylvia Plath 2nd Edition
Publisher: BRITISH COUNCIL
Publication Date: 2004
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