Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath read  “Dying is an art.   Like everything else,   I do it exceptionally well.   I do it so it feels like hell.   I do it so it feels real.   I guess you could say I have a call.”   ~Sylvia Plath

Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath read “Dying is an art. Like everything else, I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess you could say I have a call.” ~Sylvia Plath

A quote from the poem "Dreamers" by English poet, Ted Hughes (who was married to Sylvia Plath), which is about his mistress, Assia Wevill, Published in the book Birthday Letters in 1998, it was the 1st time he'd written about her in the 30 years since her death. *Thanks for the correction, Cassy

A quote from the poem "Dreamers" by English poet, Ted Hughes (who was married to Sylvia Plath), which is about his mistress, Assia Wevill, Published in the book Birthday Letters in 1998, it was the 1st time he'd written about her in the 30 years since her death. *Thanks for the correction, Cassy

Sylvia Plath, American confessional poet and novelist - killed herself on this day in 1963, aged 30…  Photo: Sylvia Plath w. Ted Hughes and his parents…

Sylvia Plath, American confessional poet and novelist - killed herself on this day in 1963, aged 30… Photo: Sylvia Plath w. Ted Hughes and his parents…

My favourite poem, open, raw, sad, honest, passionate, angry and as real as it gets

My favourite poem, open, raw, sad, honest, passionate, angry and as real as it gets

Poet/author Sylvia Plath and future Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, 1956. Plath committed suicide at age 30 and their son committed suicide at age 47.

Poet/author Sylvia Plath and future Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, 1956. Plath committed suicide at age 30 and their son committed suicide at age 47.

Sylvia (2003) Story of the relationship between the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.

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Sylvia (2003) Story of the relationship between the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.

February 25, 1956: Sylvia Plath meets Ted Hughes in one of literary history's steamiest encounters | Brain Pickings

February 25, 1956: Sylvia Plath Meets Ted Hughes in One of Literary History’s Steamiest Encounters

February 25, 1956: Sylvia Plath meets Ted Hughes in one of literary history's steamiest encounters | Brain Pickings

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