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The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath. I know this one is supposedly very depressing and dark. I have read it three times now and I find it beautiful.

from Refinery29

The Best New Books To Read In December

The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath What: Plath’s beloved semi-autobiographical novel about a young girl’s spiral into depression. Why: Because at your darkest moments, sometimes it helps to remember: Plath felt it too, and felt it worst, and felt it most beautifully.


'Ariel' by Sylvia Plath. Illustration by Sarah Young. This edition is part of a collection of beautiful poetry hardbacks. Find out more:


Sylvia Plath, poetess and patron saint of college kids everywhere discovering their feminism, we salute you! To honor the feminist icon, here are...

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The 22 Most Iconic Book Covers Of All Time

Sylvia Plath, “The Bell Jar,” 1978 | The 22 Most Iconic Book Covers Of All Time I finished reading The Bell Jar for the first time and I found it interesting and it is clear about the gender stereotype roles which is making her depressed, it was interesting.

from Financial Times

Who is Sylvia Plath?

'With me, the present is forever, and forever is always shifting, flowing, melting. This second is life. And when it is gone it is dead... Nothing is real except the present, and already, I feel the weight of centuries smothering me.' - Sylvia Plath

from Mail Online

Sylvia Plath in love: A mesmerising portrait of the tragic poet as a young, sexually uninhibited sun-loving party girl - told by the lovers she discarded for Ted Hughes

Smiling in the sun: Sylvia Plath on holiday with friend Gordon Lameyer in the summer of 1953