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Sylvia Plath
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Birth:Oct 27 1932 - Jamaica Plain
Death:Cause of death: Suicide, Head in gas oven, Carbon monoxide poisoning - Feb 11 1963 - London
Parents:Aurelia Plath, Otto Plath
Brother:Warren Plath
Husband:Ted Hughes
Children:Nicholas Hughes, Frieda Hughes
Residences:Boston, London
The Jewish Chronicle
Text:".... As the writer and commentator on the Holocaust, James Young, has pointed out, it has become a publicly available archetype, a reference point, appropriated by writers and poets like SylviaPlath to refract..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Yellow Wallpaper," and SylviaPlath's "The Bell Jar" — both deal- ing, very differently, with women fac- ing nervous breakdowns. And if so, it will be totally eclipsed bv them. Tony looks back at Bernie..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Phelps The Irish and the Jews — Chaim Raphael SylviaPlath and the Death Camps — Olga Benjamin Jewish Chronicle Book Award Amy Levy and Feminism — Freema Gottlieb New American Jewish Voices — Pearl K. Bell..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... everyman is charged with feel- ing, and moves us, as it moves itself, from line to line, with its artistry. He must be the first poet since SylviaPlath, nearly 30 years ago, to use the word "daddy..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Robert Lowell and Anne Sexton, who have made poems out of their breakdowns or breakups. He writes sympathetically• about SylviaPlath, who committed suicide. Predictably, in the theatre, Mr. Alvarez..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... who fought in Austria. His honest opinion: "I don't know." This is Sylvia "Letters Home/' a two-handed play based on the letters of the American poet SylviaPlath, who died 26 years ago..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... years, however, it has consistently brought Judaism into disrepute, and the sooner it is abol- ished, the better. Lettersto the Editor CONTINUED Origins of SylviaPlath 's interest in Judaism I refer..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... that revelation has to precede revolution. Last post Letters Home, written by Rose Leiman Goldenberg (Etcetera Theatre, Camden), is based on the book by the poet SylviaPlath's mother, Aurelia, which, in tun..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... minor." THEATRES It's an obsession for Alix Buscovic Tom Sylvia^Plath's depression to Woody Allen's neuroses, turning psychological problems into art is a popular practice among writers. Adding..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:".... But definitely no fun. wtween 1953, when she was acollege igirl brimming with hope, and 1963, when she committed suicide inLondon, SylviaPlath wrote nearly 700 letters to her mother. Published as Letter* Home..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... at this year's Cambridge Poetry Festival was by Jewish performers — and a choreographer. In her presentation of the life and work of the American poet, SylviaPlath, Elaine Ives-Cameron proved..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...iv JEWISH CHRONICLE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT DECEMBER 24 1976 SYLVIAPLATH AND THE DEATH CAMPS In April of this year, the letters ofthe American poet, SylviaPlath, were published in a carefully edited..."
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