Another favorite poem. Part 3 of Plath's "Daddy." Speaking about her poem, Plath stated in a BBC radio reading that it was about "a girl with an Electra complex [whose] father died while she thought he was God. Her case is complicated by the fact that her father was also a Nazi and her mother very possibly part Jewish. In the daughter the two strains marry and paralyze each other - she has to act out the awful little allegory once over before she is free of it."
Sylvia Plath was famous for her poetry. Much of it however dealt with her need to express her depression. In her famous poem called Daddy, we learned of her expression of strong hatred towards her father. She used symbolism through the Nazi's and explained her thoughts and actions towards suicide. She had little children when she her final attempt for suicide had ended her life.