Daddy - Sylvia Plath (pt. 1) I remember my English teacher reading this to us and suddenly understanding what it meant to be struck dumb by shock and awe.
And I hope we do,my darling James who could not take another day in this world.I will miss you x
10 Quotes From Sylvia Plath That Will Speak To Your Soul…
Daddy - Sylvia Plath (pt. 2)
Sylvia Plath in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer). The doomed American poetess was probably on her honeymoon, and looked happy enough.
I think I made you up ❤
Sylvia Plath Reads 'Daddy'...Sylvia, one of America's first major feminist writter, reading from her own work. I would guess her suicide attempt at 10 was due to abuse by her father...
"I felt very still and very empty. The way the eye of a tornado must feel. Moving dully along in the middle of the surrounding hullabaloo." -Sylvia Plath
Daddy - Sylvia Plath (pt. 3) *** my favorite poem by her*