Sylvia Plath: A Critical Guide by Tim Kendall - PDF and EPUB eBook
Sylvia Plath was one of the most gifted and innovative poets of the twentieth century, yet serious study of her work has often...
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Details of Sylvia Plath: A Critical Guide
- Exact title of the book
- Sylvia Plath: A Critical Guide
- Book author
- Tim Kendall
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 240 pages
- August 20th 2001 by Faber Faber
- File size (in PDF)
- 960 kB
Some brief overview of book
Sylvia Plath was one of the most gifted and innovative poets of the twentieth century, yet serious study of her work has often been hampered by a fierce preoccupation with her life and death. Tim Kendall seeks to redress the balance in his detailed and dispassionate examination of her poetry. Taking a roughly chronological structure, he traces the unique nature of Plath's poetic gift, finding - with reference to Letters Home, The Bell Jar, The Journals and the stories and autobiographical reminiscences - an essential unity in her inspiration, tracing the evolution of recurring themes and at the same time exhibiting her accelerated development from the formal restraint of The Colossus through to the ground-breaking techniques of Ariel.
He shows that Plath was a poet constantly remaking herself, experimenting with different styles, forms and subject matter.