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Sylvia Plath, early 1950s

Sylvia Plath, c. April taken on the Smith College campus by a classmate, Judy Denison, who lived in Lawrence House, a residence for scholarship students.

Sylvia Plath’s High School Graduation Song, 1950: An early typescript poem composed as song lyrics by an 18-year-old Plath, to be sung at commencement by her class as they graduated from Wellesley High School on June 7, 1950, in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Sylvia Plath’s High School Graduation Song, An early typescript poem composed as song lyrics by an Plath, to be sung at commencement by her class as they graduated from Wellesley High School on June in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Sylvia Plath

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

Sylvia in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer).

Sylvia Plath in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer). The doomed American poetess was probably on her honeymoon, and looked happy enough.

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) - Leonard Sidney Woolf. Photographed by Gisèle Freund, 1939.

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) and Leonard Woolf. Colour print by Gisèle Freund. Tavistock Square, 24 June, (Via The National Portrait Gallery)

Plath at the Quadigras dance, Smith College 1954.

Sylvia Plath at the Quadigras dance, Smith College

Sylvia Plath a tragic soul

Sylvia Plath, (American, one of the most dynamic and admired American poets of the twentieth century.

Sylvia Plath feeding a deer, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada, July 1959

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)"

Dve fotografije para Plat-Hjuz

Dve fotografije para Plat-Hjuz

lovingsylvia: “ Sylvia and Ted “interrupted in a spat,” Chalot Square, London, July 1960 photographed by Hans Beacham for a portfolio of images of British writers “They were sullen. Hughes was.

Sylvia Plath 101 Tracing the poetics of a lyrical genius

A Poem a Day: "The Colossus" by Sylvia Plath : The Poetry Foundation

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