Sylvia Plath: the poetics of beekeeping
It is the nature of Sylvia Plath's poetry to generate singular interpretative questions and problems. With her poems, Sylvia Plath has left the enigma how a comparatively small, speedily completed oeuvre wins an international reputation. They will make my name, Sylvia Plath accurately assessed of the poems she wrote within a single month in 1962. While her name has long been made, the origins of her late work attract attention. Focusing on the cycle that introduces her culminative period, this study attempts to locate her work within the contradictions that constitute her poetics.
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