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Sylvia Plath Interview. - YouTube

Sylvia Plath Interview. - YouTube

“Once I got to know her and read her poems, I saw straight off that she was a genius of some kind."

Ted Hughes, The Art of Poetry No. 71

“Once I got to know her and read her poems, I saw straight off that she was a genius of some kind."

But life is long. And it is the long run that balances the short flare of interest and passion - Sylvia Plath

Happy birthday to poet Sylvia Plath

But life is long. And it is the long run that balances the short flare of interest and passion - Sylvia Plath

[blog post] On 24 February 1951, Sylvia Plath wrote a postcard home to her mother from Haven House at Smith College about seeing a cartoon about her posted on the community bulletin board in College Hall.

[blog post] On 24 February 1951, Sylvia Plath wrote a postcard home to her mother from Haven House at Smith College about seeing a cartoon about her posted on the community bulletin board in College Hall.

Sylvia with boyfriend Myron Lotz, the inspiration for her poem 'Mad Girl's Love Song'. Copyright courtesy Lilly Library, Indiana.

Sylvia with boyfriend Myron Lotz, the inspiration for her poem 'Mad Girl's Love Song'. Copyright courtesy Lilly Library, Indiana.

Benedict Cumberbatch reading Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats. He really has a lovely voice.

Benedict Cumberbatch reading Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats. He really has a lovely voice.

Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath in Paris by Faber Books, via Flickr

Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath in Paris by Faber Books, via Flickr

Ted Hughes with his and Sylvia Plath's children, Frieda, left, now an artist and children's book author, and Nicholas, right, a zoologist, now deceased.  In a 1998 interview, Frieda said that her earliest memories are of Hughes "sitting at the end of my bed and telling me stories." Daddy "did everything," she says. "He took us to the beach, read to us and cooked for us." Perhaps the rumors of Hughes' girlfriends being forced to take care of the kids after Sylvia's death are somewhat…

Ted Hughes with his and Sylvia Plath's children, Frieda, left, now an artist and children's book author, and Nicholas, right, a zoologist, now deceased. In a 1998 interview, Frieda said that her earliest memories are of Hughes "sitting at the end of my bed and telling me stories." Daddy "did everything," she says. "He took us to the beach, read to us and cooked for us." Perhaps the rumors of Hughes' girlfriends being forced to take care of the kids after Sylvia's death are somewhat…

Sylvia Plath reads "Tulips": A Rare BBC Recording by brainpicker on SoundCloud

Sylvia Plath reads "Tulips": A Rare BBC Recording by brainpicker on SoundCloud

The Bell Jar at 40

The Bell Jar at 40

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