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The Sylvia Plath Collection

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963) was an American poet, novelist, short story writer, and essayist. Most famous as a poet, Plath is also known for The Bell Jar, her semi-autobiographical novel detailing her struggle with depression. Since her death, she has become an icon for many.

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Works Inspired by Sylvia Plath's writing

  Description Catalog #

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "Night Shift"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "Night Shift"

CAT-131
Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "All the Dead Dears"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "All the Dead Dears"

 

CAT-187
Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "The Death of Mythmaking"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "The Death of Mythmaking"

 

CAT-043
Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "The Manor's Garden"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "The Manor's Garden"

 

CAT-044
Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "Balloons"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "Balloons"

 

CAT-061
Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem Entitled: "The Moon and the Yew Tree"

Untitled w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

Poem Entitled: "The Moon and the Yew Tree"

 

CAT-179