|Full name||Sylvia Plath|
|Know as||Sylvia Plath, Plath, Sylvia|
|Birth place||Boston, Massachusetts, United States|
|Lived||30 years, 3 month, 15 days|
|Occupation||Poet, novelist and short story writer|
|Education||University of Cambridge|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
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Sylvia Plath Biography:
Plath met and married British poet Ted Hughes, even though the two later schism. The depressive Plath committed suicide in 1963, garnering accolades after her departure for the novel The Bell Jar, as well as the poetry collections The Colossus and Ariel. Poet and novelist Sylvia Plath was created on October 27, 1932, in Boston, Massachusetts. Sylvia Plath was a talented and troubled poet, known for the confessional style of her work. Her interest in writing appeared at a very young age, and she started out by maintaining a diary. After releasing several works, Plath won a scholarship to Smith College in 1950.
While she was a pupil, Sylvia Plath spent time in Nyc through the summer of 1953 working for Mademoiselle magazine as a guest editor. Shortly after, Plath attempted to kill herself by taking sleeping pills. She eventually recovered, having received treatment within a stay in a mental health facility. Plath returned to Smith and completed her degree in 1955. While studying in the university’s Newnham College, she met the poet Ted Hughes. Both wed in 1956 and had a stormy relationship. She also taught English at Smith College around the exact same time. Plath returned to England in 1959.
A poet rising, Sylvia Plath had her first collection of poetry, The Colossus, released in England in 1960. The exact same year, she had her first child, a daughter named Freida. A couple of years after, Plath and Hughes welcomed another child, a son named Nicholas. Sadly, the couple’s marriage was failing apart. After Hughes left her for another girl in 1962, Sylvia Plath fell right into a serious melancholy. Plath released the novel below the pseudonym Victoria Lucas. She also created the poems that will constitute the group Ariel (1965), that was released after her departure.
While there is some conjecture about how exactly he managed her documents and her picture, he did edit what’s considered by many to her best work, Ariel. It featured several of her most well known poems, including “Father” and “Lady Lazarus.” He continued to create new sets of Plath’s works. She’s still a highly regarded and much studied poet to today. The story of Sylvia Plath her troubled life and terrible passing was the foundation for the 2003 biopic Sylvia starring Gwyneth Paltrow in the title role.