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Draft of 'Berck-Plage' by Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath - draft of 'Berck-Plage'.

Sylvia Plath reads November Graveyard

In this poem, Sylvia talks about the cemetery in Heptonstall. She was buried there in November Graveyard The scene stands stubborn: skinflint trees Hoa.

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"I am going quite mad with the knowledge of accepting the overwhelming number of things I can never know, places I can never go, and people I can never be." ―Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath ∞

Sylvia Plath: Rage and Laughter by April Bernard | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books

thecollegegirlmentality: “ Sylvia Plath on her first day at Mademoiselle, 1953 - the experience that inspired the Bell Jar ”

Sylvia in 1953 with friend Myron (Mike) Lotz

Sylvia Plath: Life of the Talented Tragic Poet Through Amazing Photos ~ vintage everyday

Sylvia Plath, Ted, Writers, Sign Writer, Author, Writer

Sylvia Plath

"A dull and aching void was left where careless hands had reached out to destroy my silver web of happiness" -Sylvia Plath

“Whenever I'm sad I'm going to die, or so nervous I can't sleep, or in love with somebody I won't be seeing for a week, I slump down just so far and then I say: 'I'll go take a hot bath.”   ― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

Sylvia Plath, 1952 ‘To Frieda and Nick/Fall of – your mummy, who loved you with all her heart.

Sylvia Plath and ted Hughes

"Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes in Paris just after their honeymoon in Benidorm, Spain, in 1956 (Rare Boom Room, Smith College)"