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  1. Fiona Fiona says:

    I have let things slip a thirty year old cargo boat stubbornly hanging on to my name and addressThey have swabbed me clear of my loving associations Scared and bare on the green plastic pillowed trolley I watched my teaset my bureaus of linen my books Sink out of sight and the water went over my head I am a nun now I have never been so pureI didn’t want any flowers I only wantedTo lie with my hands turned up and be utterly emptyHow free it is you have no idea how free——The peacefulness is so big it dazes youAnd it asks nothing a name tag a few trinketsIt is what the dead close on finally; I imagine them Shutting their mouths on it like a Communion tablet


  2. secondwomn secondwomn says:

    to hear sylvia plath reading is to reexperience the world you were not yet born to hear her in interview with her husband is to cast light on the difficulty of being even a privileged woman unable to fit into that so small buzzing box


  3. Jilly Jilly says:

    reissued Plath audio


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The Spoken Word ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Spoken Word By The British Library ⚣ – Thomashillier.co.uk Sylvia Plath is widely regarded as one of the most influential American authors of the twentieth century Her frank confessional style of writing combined with her marriage to fellow poet Ted Hughes an Sylvia Plath is widely regarded as one of the most influential American authors of the The Spoken Epub / twentieth century Her frank confessional style of writing combined with her marriage to fellow poet Ted Hughes and her tragic suicide at age thirty have created an enduring literacy legacy and public fascination      This CD brings together BBC recordings from the British Library Sound Archive and features Plath reading many of her poems such as “Leaving Early” “Candles” “Tulips” “The Surgeon at am” and “Berck Plage” In addition the disc presents Plath discussing poetic craft and her move to Britain as well as a significantly revealing interview with Plath and Hughes in which they talk about their famous marriage and what it means to live with your muse      Many of these recordings are available here for the first time and together they will be a must have for fans of Plath and twentieth century poetry.