Plath Profiles volume 9

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Sylvia Plath

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POETRY

03 In the Slivered Hospital Jennifer MacBain-Stephens

04 Self-Portrait as Hydrangea Shevaun Brannigan

05 The Beeswax Candle Janna Erickson

06 Sumption: Sivvy’s Food Crystal Hope Hurdle

08 Blue Water Natalie Crick

09 Night Natalie Crick

 

ARTICLES

18 Esther’s Uncanny Doubles: The “big, smudgy-eyed Chinese woman” and the 

“bleached-blonde Negress” in The Bell Jar

Hiromi Yoshida 

 

23 “Paula’s snowsuit was smeared wet and black with oil”: Sylvia Plath on Children’s Capacity for Love and War’s Influence of Hate

Julie Ooms

 

31 Mud Plus Struck Equals Muck: Filth andViolence in the Works of Sylvia Plath

Julia McCord Chavez, Robert C. Hauhart


34 Shrunken Heads: Reading Plath Reading Eliot

Sara Fetherolf

 

40 ‘Unintelligible syllables’: Noise in the poetry of Sylvia Plath 

Christine Walde

 

STUDENT WORK

68 “Every Woman’s a Whore”: Misogyny and Hypocrisy in Sylvia Plath’s Oeuvre

Mercy D. Sherman

 

68 A World Without Men: Matriarchal Landscapes in Sylvia Plath’s “Stings,” “Wintering,” “Purdah,” and “Letter in November” 

Constance Chan

 

68 Identity in The Bell Jar and The Perks of Being aWallflower: A Comparison

Taylor McGonigle

 

68 The significance of metaphor in ‘Daddy’

Elise Stanford

 

68 Exploring identity in The Bell Jar and The Catcher in the Rye

Jess Ardley

 

ART

55 Poems, Suitcases

Kristina Zimbakova

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