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    The Problem of Sylvia Plath, Her Poetry, and the Necessity of Her JournalsBecause of her suicide at the age of 30, many critics have labeled her either immature or hysterical while other critics have taken it upon themselves to defend her integrity Those who have championed her work find they do so at personal cost Unfortunately, her personal life, and the circumstances surrounding her death have had an adverse effect on how she is read.Quite instinctively, one knows the implications that may The Problem of Sylvia Plath, Her Poetry, and the Necessity of Her JournalsBecause of her suicide at the age of 30, many critics have labeled her either immature or hysterical while other critics have taken it upon themselves to defend her integrity Those...


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    I decided I was going to read this for two reasons Sylvia Plath intrigued me and I need to write better journal entries.It is sometimes hard to wrap your head around the fact that she was so young when she wrote those journals, and constantly I had to keep reminding myself She seemed extremely mature for her age I found myself only reading 20, 30 pages at a time, because her words were so full of introspection, I had to continually go back and reread passages and reflect, soul search about m I decided I was going to read this for two reasons Sylvia Plath intrigued me and I need to write better journal entries.It is sometimes hard to wrap your head around the fact that she was so young when she wrot...


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    So it all moves in a pageant towards the ending, it s own ending Everywhere, imperceptibly or otherwise, things are passing, ending, going And there will be other summers, other band concerts, but never this one, never again, never as now Next year I will not be the self of this year now And that is why I laugh at the transient, the ephemeral laugh, while clutching, holding, tenderly, like a fool his toy, cracked glass, water through fingers For all the writing, for all the invention of e So it all moves in a pageant towards the ending, it s own ending Everywhere, imperceptibly or otherwise, things are ...


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    There were moments reading this book that I had to put it down because the feelings are so vivid you feel like an intruder There are quotes from her journal that decribe in dark detail the feelings that I am ...


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    It s astounding how much I relate to Sylvia in these journals I think all feminine beings need to read this Her entries are honest and raw revealing her sensitivities, obsessions, routines, insecuritiesMore intimate than any of her poetry books, Plath s journals offer greater insight into both her...


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    This is the book that introduced me to Sylvia Plath Her poetry and The Bell Jar would follow I came to appreciate her love for just writing She can make the most mundane interesting To truly have a complete picture of Sylvia Plath, The Journals are integral One of my great thrills was to visit Smith College, and meet Karen Kukil and actually pick up and read the actual journals In the Mortimer rare book room, I was also ab...


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    I love people Everybody I love them, I think, as a stamp collector loves his collection Every story, every incident, every bit of conversation is raw material for me My love s not impersonal yet not wholly subjective either I would like to be everyone, a cripple, a dying man, a whore, and then come back to write about my thoughts, my emotions, as that person But I am n...


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    I will not rate this book It s too hard for me to finish reading I feel like I m intruding I love memoirs, but this is not one This is a collection of raw feelings thoughts Would Sylvia Plath have published her diaries, had she survived Would she have changed them before publication


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