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Bitter Fame: A Life of Sylvia Plath (Anglais) Broché – 2 juin 2004


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A flawed must-read 1 octobre 2005
Par M. S. Turula - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'm surprised no one has yet reviewed this landmark in the Plath biography lexicon. It was savagely attacked when it came out because Anne Stevenson was writing under the tight control of Ted and Olwyn Hughes and readers rightly saw it as slanted heavily in their favor. But anyone interested in Sylvia Plath should definitely read it. It's by far the best written of the biographies and presents a complex, believable portrait of Plath up to the point where her journals disappeared. After that, Stevenson has not a single good word to say for Sylvia and not a single bad word to say for Ted. It's a fascinating read that should be either preceded or followed by Janet Malcolm's The Silent Woman which explains the drama that went into its creation.
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Beautiful Story 30 avril 2013
Par E. Kelley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Anne Stevenson's biography of Sylvia Plath gives a strong sense of personal connection while offering an abundance of details about Plath's life. Some biographies may go deeper in the way of factual information, but Stevenson gives a strong sense of Plath as a real person. This biography is warm and appreciative of Plath as a woman and an artist and the reader will gain understanding into the complex personality of Sylvia Plath. The memoirs at the end of the book were invaluable--offering great insight from people who knew Plath personally. I loved this book!
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Madness and Genius 2 décembre 2005
Par Robert Horn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Plath is presented as an unstable but very talented woman. There is not doubting her instability which appeared long before she met Ted Hughes, but what Anne Stevenson has managed to do is present the enormous stresses placed upon her husband and her friends by Plath's behaviour. It is not easy living with a poet, at least one who writes seriously. Dido Merwin was on the receiving end of some pretty nasty vitriol, but if you have a face-lift to make yourslef look younger don't invite a perceptive poet along to visit you in hospital. This book is a fine biography and in my view is the standard work on a great 20th century poet.
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defintely interesting 3 septembre 2009
Par M. joad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book was in very good condition and it was delivered promptly. The content is definitely interesting and what I was looking for in a biography. The writer's style is informative and accurate. It gives excellent insight into the world of Plath.
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