Using photographs, footage, interviews, and staged re-enactments, this volume in the Voices & Visions series provides an informative look at the emotional and conflict-laden life and work of Sylvia Plath. A Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet and young mother, Plath was a brilliant artist who committed suicide at the age of 30. Commentary is provided by family members and friends, primarily her mother. Recordings of Plath reading her own poetry and excerpts from her interviews are included.
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