Tuesday, June 11, 2013

News at Eleven: [Sylvia Plath] anticipated our culture's inevitable

reworking of the Holocaust through dark humor by only a few years, and she did it in poetry, not a venue where most people would look for that sort of thing. Consequently, a more misread poem than "Daddy" scarcely exists.

from The New York Review of Books: Sylvia Plath: Rage and Laughter
then Daily Life: Why we can't let go of Sylvia Plath


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