Sylvia Plath And The Bell Jar

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Suicide captures many American each year. Sylvia Plath was very fascinated with death. Her morbid mind and thoughts led to a despised self-hatred. She lost her father at a very young age and captures parts of her life in her novel The Bell Jar. Her death has attracted many Women’s Studies. Through her life she expressed doubtful attitudes toward the universe. Sylvia Plath, the Marilyn Monroe of literature, 20th century American author, made a large impact in society through writing about her life and the morbid realities, which she has experienced, have been fascinated with, and written and published. She starts her fascinations with death fairly young down by the seaside.
Sylvia Plath was born at Boston’s Memorial Hospital on October 27,
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