Everyman Poems - Sylvia Plath (Hardback)
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Short Description for Everyman Poems - Sylvia Plath Poetry by Sylvia Plath that deals with nature, human relationships, families, the role of women, courage, and suffering.
- Published: 01 December 1998
- Format: Hardback 256 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780375404641 ISBN 10: 0375404643
- Sales rank: 56,510
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Sylvia Plath's tragically abbreviated career as a poet began with work that was, in the words of one of her teachers, Robert Lowell, "formidably expert." It ended with a group of poems published after her suicide in 1963 which are, in the nakedness of their confessions, in their black humor, in their ferocious honesty about what people do to one another and to themselves, among the most harrowing lyrics in the English language - poems in which a magnificent, exquisitely disciplined literary gift has been brought to bear upon the unbearable. In these transfiguring poems, Plath managed the rarest of feats: she changed the direction and orientation of an art form.