Using a postfeminist, poststructuralist approach, the author offers a new study of Sylvia Plath's life and work that rejects the standard myths of Plath as Doomed Poet and Deprived Woman. Bassnet demonstrates that the many voices and contradictions in Plath's poetry and life negate attempts by critics to achieve a definitive reading of her work.
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I only skimmed through this book as a means to glean some form of direction for my possible English Honours thesis. If my application is successful, I dare say I will be revisiting this book.
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pg 14 Perhaps what I do miss most here is the lack of my friends who have known me in my past. I can't explain fully how much it means to have people who have shared years of one's life and with whom ... Read full review
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