Sylvia Plath’s short life and intense poetry continue to draw considerable critical and popular attention. Among her more recognizable works are the poetry collection Ariel and the novel The Bell Jar. Her suicide and tumultuous marriage to Ted Hughes, as well as his choices in posthumously publishing some of her work (and not publishing other parts of it) add to the mystery of Plath’s life, and are documented in this updated Bloom's Modern Critical Views title. This book offers readers fresh perspectives on a writer whose highly personal oeuvre continues to fascinate more than 40 years after her tragic death.
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... the part of these subjects that such an identification has already taken place?
In the field of sexuality, such a demand has become fairly well known. As Freud
puts it with reference to homosexual object- choice: 'By studying sexual
as the subject is conceived of as having a personal, sexual, and social history.
Baudelaire's concept of le comique absolu can be read along a psychoanalytic
and historical as well as an existential axis of disjunction, in terms of the return of
The poem's entry into the fetishistic imaginary of Hamlet precipitates a black
comedy of sexual relations which tends to undo gender identifications. In a much-
cited essay, 'Womanliness as Masquerade' (1929), Joan Riviere argues that the ...
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The essays, all reprints from monographs of journals, are excellent contributions to Plath scholarship. Hence the high rating. Bloom's continued hypocrisy is unforgivable. I appreciate the fact that ... Leer comentario completo
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