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Poor Sylvia

Ms Alenier offers a pleasant review of what is apparently another insightful exhibit of the life and times and perceptions of the woe-begone Sylvia Plath. More insights, more commentary, more banderole. She was an interesting writer and led what some think was an interesting life before she ended it. Deeper into the dust the literary archaeologists go, long after the mummy has been removed, searching for another trinket. Sylvia be damned; she had no idea this was going to happen but she would have enjoyed it. Perhaps.


Malcolm Prinz

Karren Alenier's column: Sylvia Plath

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