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by Sylvia Plath
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- The doxies of daughterhood: Plath, Cixous, and the father
- “Manners examines a few of Sylvia Plath’s “father-poems” in view of the early Helene Cixous novel “Dedans.” The early death of the father is used by both writers to investigate death in general, with its potential for regaining a sense of oceanic unity, albeit at the loss of all else.”
- Author: Marilyn Manners
- From: Comparative Literature Spring 1996; Vol. 48 No. 2; p. 150
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