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*General*
*Re: Books on Plath*
*Re: Plath film news*
*Ted Hughes and Frieda Hughes*
*Term papers, essays and criticism*
  Re: Specific Works:
The Bell Jar
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
Ted Hughes' Birthday Letters
The It-Doesn't-Matter Suit



*General*



*re: Books on Plath (biographies, novels and such)*



*re: Plath film news*



*Ted Hughes & Frieda Hughes*




*re: The Bell Jar*

  • About.com: "The Bell Jar: A Classic Story of Depression"
  • Adv. Placement American Lit Summer Reading: The Bell Jar explication
  • Anonymous: Critique of The Bell Jar
  • BookRags Notes: The Bell Jar
  • The Boston Globe - Feb. 3, '87: "Freed From 'Bell Jar': Psychiatrist Says Settlement Brings The Truth To Light"
  • The Boston Globe - Jan. 24, '87: "Plath Case Kindles Debate In England Over Impact On Two Literary Reputations"
  • Central Queensland University's North American Fiction and Film class: Exploration of The Bell Jar
  • Classic Notes: The Bell Jar
  • Catherine Foo: "The Bell Jar"
  • New Zealand Ministry of Education: The Bell Jar Unit Plan
  • Emma Nicholls: "The Bell Jar review"
  • Sarah of Ontario, Canada: "The Bell Jar"
  • Elin Gyda Sjølie: "In what way(s) can Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar be seen as an early feminist text?"
  • SparkNotes: The Bell Jar
  • USA Today - Dec. 2, '99: "'The Bell Jar' still rings with power"




*re: The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath*




*re: Ted Hughes' Birthday Letters*



*re: The It-Doesn't-Matter Suit*

  • Detroit News - May 13, '96: "Sylvia Plath's little book will suit children well"
  • Salon - Aug. 25, '99: "Is hell satisfied?"



*Term Papers, Essays and Criticism*

  • Mary Ann Andrade: Plath biography & critiques
  • Fred Beake: "Plathetic Fallacies - the influence of other writers on Plath"
  • Ann Skea: "A Consideration of Fred Beake's 'Plathetic Fallacies'"
  • Catherine Cooper: "Sylvia Plath and Alice Walker: Two women writers challenge society's conspiracy against women"
  • Charlotte Crofts: "'The Peanut Crunching Crowd' in the Work of Sylvia Plath: Holocaust as Spectacle?"
  • Ken D: Sylvia Plath: Ego, Blood and Spirit (collection of essays and insights)
  • Michelle Kinsey-Clinton: "The Willing Domesticity of Sylvia Plath: A Rebuttal of the 'Feminist' Label"
  • Modern American Poetry: Collection of Plath explications (covers 13 poems)
  • Heesun Nam: "Sylvia Plath: Why do I care?"
  • NYU students: critiques of 13 Plath poems
  • Erin Catherine O'Neill: "Life As Tragedy: Sylvia Plath"
  • Joyce Carol Oates: "The Death Throes of Romanticism: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath"
  • Karen Steele: "Sylvia Plath: Her Life and Poetry"
  • Voices of Women: "The King Must Die: Rechoreographing the Father-Daughter Dance"
  • Heather Yerrick: "Comparing Women Poets: Sylvia Plath and Elizabeth Bishop"
  • ?: "Death is one of the major themes of Sylvia Plath's poetry"

  • Alternatives: Social Transformation & Humane Governance - July-Sept. '00: "Security in Sylvia Plath's poem 'Daddy'"
  • Monica Beyer: "Black Shoes and German Tongues: Death and Incest in Sylvia Plath's 'Daddy'"
  • City Honors students: Commentary on Lines 71-80 of "Daddy"
  • Nicola Goelzhaeuser: "Imagery in Sylvia Plath's 'Daddy'"
  • Malcolm: "Sylvia the Vampire Slayer" (about "Daddy")
  • H.C. Phelps: "Plath's 'Daddy'"
  • Roger Platizky: "Plath's 'Daddy'"
  • A.C. Scaffe: Sylvia Plath's "Daddy"
  • Alexis Smirnow"Sylvia Plath's Ariel Poems"
  • Sherry Lutz Zivley: "The source of the vampire and Frisco Seal in Plath's 'Daddy'"
  • ?: "A Critique of the Poem 'Daddy'"

  • City Honors students: Commentaries on Lines 36-42 of "Tulips"
  • Geoffrey Golden: "A Commentary on Sylvia Plath's 'Tulips'"

  • Ben Cady: "An Interpretation of Sylvia Plath's 'Lady Lazarus'"
  • City Honors students: Commentaries on Lines 65-79 of "Lady Lazarus"
  • Theresa Collins: "Plath's 'Lady Lazarus'"
  • ResearchPaper.com: "Lady Lazarus" critique

  • Ben Cady: "An Interpretation of Sylvia Plath's 'Stings'"
  • C. LaChiusa: "Stings" and suggested interpretations
  • Nancy Porcari: "Commentary on Sylvia Plath's 'Stings'"

  • Arlindo Correia: "Morning Song"
  • Daniele DiGiacomo: "From Mourning Song to 'Morning Song': The Maturation of a Maternal Bond"
  • David Ketterer: "Plath's 'Morning Song'"

  • Daniele DiGiacomo: "The Role of the Nativity in 'Magi' and 'Carol of the Brown King'"
  • Robert Hass: exploration of "By Candlelight"
  • Lynda K. Bundtzen: "Poetic Arson and Sylvia Plath's 'Burning the Letters'"
  • James Reich: "Sylvia Plath: American Gorgon, reading Medusa"




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