Sarah Churchwell

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The emergence of some of her final letters will cast new light on her violent marriage to Ted Hughes and how it inspired her poetry. In early 1956, Sylvia Plath wrote a long, digressive letter to a man she thought she loved, during which she sarcastically demanded, “How symbolic can we get?”, mocking her own youthful desires. Within a few weeks, she would meet Ted Hughes, and the story of the two poets’ love affair and its tragic aftermath has left readers all over the world identifying with their story, endlessly amazed at how symbolic it could get.feedback
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Apr 11 2017
Sarah Churchwell has most recently been quoted in an article called Sylvia Plath, a voice that can’t be silenced. Sarah Churchwell said, “The emergence of some of her final letters will cast new light on her violent marriage to Ted Hughes and how it inspired her poetry. In early 1956, Sylvia Plath wrote a long, digressive letter to a man she thought she loved, during which she sarcastically demanded, “How symbolic can we get?”, mocking her own youthful desires. Within a few weeks, she would meet Ted Hughes, and the story of the two poets’ love affair and its tragic aftermath has left readers all over the world identifying with their story, endlessly amazed at how symbolic it could get.”.
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