|Statement||[by] Sylvia Plath.|
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January | Joseph Beach, William Belvin, Witter Bynner, Daniel Hoffman, Louis Johnson, August Kadow, Lysander Kemp, Rosalie Moore, Sylvia Plath, Winfield Scott. Wreath for a Bridal by PLATH, SYLVIA and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The mythology that persuades us to “believe” this book is Sylvia Plath’s; Ted Hughes casts himself mainly as a witness and victim of a magic-worker stronger than himself. In so far as Birthday Letters is a life story, in addition to a myth, it draws more from the tap of John Berryman . Wreath for a bridal by Sylvia Plath Published by Sceptre Press in [Frensham, Eng.
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