Bibliography of Articles about Sylvia Plath


Compiled by Peter K. Steinberg

Below is a list of thousands of articles written about Sylvia Plath. The earliest articles about Plath, or in which her name was mentioned, was printed in 1943 when she was just 11 years old. Print articles are listed when possible; however, in many instances—especially since 2000—the internet was the source, so citations may appear incomplete. Multiple articles by the same author appear in chronological order of appearance, rather than alphabetical order of the title. I find this more useful and interesting to see their progression. Books of essays on Plath are included. For example, the nine essays in Tim Kendall's Sylvia Plath: A Critical Study come to mind. If you notice omissions, errors, or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact me. Please note reviews of Plath's work appear on this page.

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Abbott, David. "Famous Poet at Long Pond Camp." Six Ponds News. July 2007: 3.

Abse, Dannie. "Sylvia Plath." Corgi Modern Poets in Focus: 5. (London: Corgi Books, 1973), 79-86.

Abse, Dannie, Fleur Adcock, Alan Brownjohn, et al. "Ted Hughes." The Times Literary Supplement. March 6, 1992: 15.

Acharya, Shanta. "An Analysis of Sylvia Plath's 'Edge'." The Literary Criterion 14:3, 1979: 52-57.

Acharya, Shanta. "Sylvia Plath's 'Edge': An Analysis." Osmania Journal of English Studies 15, 1979: 49-54.

Adams, Maeve. "Under Cover." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Fall 1998: 19.

Adcock, Fleur. "Why Sylvia Plath is Not (Very) Important to Me." Thumbscrew 9. Winter 1997/1998: 2-3.

Adcock, Fleur. "Letters." Thumbscrew 10. Spring 1998: 32.

"'The Admirable Crichton' – Outstanding Success!" The Bradford. April 20, 1950: 1.

"'The Admirable Crichton' Senior Play Success." The Townsman. April 20, 1950: 5. [name mentioned]

"The Admirable Crichton to be Presented by Seniors at High School on Friday, April 14." The Townsman. March 30, 1950: 5. [name mentioned]

Aggarwal, Vidhu. "Talking Body Parts and Missing Commodities: Cinematic Complexes and Sylvia Plath." Plath Profiles 3. Summer 2010. 283-302.

Ahearn, Marie. "Breakdown: Mind Terror in Sylvia Plath and Doris Lessing." Paper presented at the 64th annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English. New Orleans, La. November 28-30, 1974: [typescript 29 p.].

Ahmed, Fatema. "Silly Covers for Lady Novelists." London Review of Books Blog. January 31, 2013.

Aird, Eileen. "'Poem for a Birthday' to 'Three Women': Development in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath." Critical Quarterly 21:4. Winter 1979: 63-72.

Aird, Eileen M. "Variants in a Tape Recording of Fifteen Poems by Sylvia Plath." Notes and Queries 19, February 1972: 59-61.

"A Joan for Women's Lib?" The Charlotte Observer. February 6, 1972: 6F.

Alban, Gillian M.E. "Medusa as Female Eye or Icon in Atwood, Murdoch, Carter, and Plath." Mosaic 46:4. December 2013: 163-182.

Albarge, Dalya. "FBI Files on Sylvia Plath's Father Shed New Light on Poet." The Guardian. August 18, 2012.

Aldrich, Elizabeth. "Sylvia Plath's 'The Eye-Mote'." The Harvard Advocate 101. May 1967: 4-7.

Alexander, Paul. "Rough Magic." The New York Times Book Review. November 3, 1991: 39.

Alexander, Paul. "Holy Secrets." The Nation 254. March 23, 1992: 385-387.

Alexander, Paul. "Plath and Rough Magic." The Guardian. April 1, 1992: 20.

Alexander, Paul. "In Search of the Complete Plath." The Guardian. August 1, 1992: 4-5, 35.

Alexander, Paul. "The Feminine Force." The Boston Globe. February 9, 2013.

Alexander, Paul. "The psychiatrist who tried to save Sylvia Plath." LitHub. October 23, 2018.

Alkalay-Gut, Karen. "Plath's 'Metaphors'." The Explicator 50. Spring 1992: 189-192.

Allan, Graeme. "In Memoriam." The Independent. April 27, 1989: 27.

Allen, Emma. "Plath's Path." ARTNews. December 2011: 38.

Allen, Mary. "Sylvia Plath's Defiance: The Bell Jar." In The Necessary Blankness. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1976), 160-178.

Allen, Morse. "British Anthology." The Hartford Courant. April 11, 1965: 15H.

Allen, Walter. "London Letter." The New York Times Book Review. January 29, 1961: 44.

Allister, Graeme. "Want to Browse Famous Writers' Bookshelves? Then Look at LibraryThing." The Guardian. July 17, 2008.

"All-Out Quest for Lost Smith Senior." Gloucester Daily Times. August 25, 1953: 1.

Almond, Betty Lou. "Personal Interviews." The Townsman. June 1, 1950: 5. [SP and others start a "Freedom for Women" movement; prints photo of SP with other National Honor Society members]

"Alpha-Phi Society Presents Awards, Names New Members." The Sophian. April 21, 1955: 1.

Als, Hilton. "Mayhem and Madness: Puppets and Poets on Stage." The New Yorker. August 11, 2003: 77.

"The Alumnae Fund." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Summer 1955: 222.

"Alumnae Update'53." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Winter 2000-2001: 53.

"Alumnae Update'54." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Summer 2008: 44.

"Alumnae Update'56." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Winter 2008-2009: 50.

Alvarez, A. "New Poetry in Paperback." The Observer. January 13, 1963: 23.

Alvarez, A. "A Poet's Epitaph." The Observer. February 17, 1963: 23. [photograph in paper]

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath." The Review 9. October 1963: 20-26.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath." TriQuarterly 7. Fall 1966: 65-74.

Alvarez, A. "Beyond All This Fiddle." The Times Literary Supplement. March 23, 1967 229-232.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath: The Cambridge Collection." Cambridge Review 90. February 7, 1969: 246-247.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath." In The Art of Sylvia Plath, a symposium. (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1970), 56-68.

Alvarez, A. "The Savage God." The Listener. September 9, 1971: 329-332.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath: The Road to Suicide." The Observer. November 14, 1971: 25.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath." The Observer. November 21, 1971: 10.

Alvarez, A. "…Or Not to Be." The Observer. November 21, 1971: 25.

Alvarez, A. "Commentary." The Times Literary Supplement. November 26, 1971: 1478.

Alvarez, A. "The More She Wrote About Death, the More Fertile Her Imaginative World Became. And This Gave Her Everything to Live For." The New York Times. April 11, 1972: 41.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath: A Memoir." The New American Review. June 1972: 9-40.

Alvarez, A. "Books of the Year." The Observer. December 6, 1981: 25.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath." In Contemporary Women in Life and Literature: Lecture/Essays from the 1979 Women's Conference. (Copenhagen: Dept. of English, University of Copenhagen, 1981),31-46.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath: A Memoir." In Ariel Ascending: Writings about Sylvia Plath. (New York: Harper, 1985), 185-213.

Alvarez, A. "Sylvia Plath: An Exchange." The New York Review of Books 36. October 26, 1989: 68.

Alvarez, A., Joseph Brodsky, Helga Graham, et. al. "Problems Strewn on the Path to Sylvia Plath's Grave." The Guardian. April 11, 1989: 18.

Alvarez, A. "How Black Magic Killed Sylvia Plath." The Guardian. September 15, 1999: G2, 4.

Alvarez, A. "Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath." In Lovers: Great Romances of Our Times Through the Eyes of Legendary Writers. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1999), 66-67.

Alvarez, A. "Ted, Sylvia, and Me." The Observer. January 4, 2004: Review 1-2.

Alvarez, A. "Ted, Sylvia, and Me." The Sunday Independent. January 11, 2004: 9.

Alvarez, A. "This week's big questions: What is Sylvia Plath's legacy? Is there such a thing as a good divorce?." The Independent. February 15, 2013.

"American Poets Tombstone Edited by Supporters." Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas). May 21, 1989: D6.

Ames, Lois. "Notes Towards a Biography." TriQuarterly 7. Fall 1966: 95-107.

Ames, Lois. "Notes Towards a Biography." In The Art of Sylvia Plath, a symposium. (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1970), 155-173.

Ames, Lois. "Sylvia Plath: A Biographical Note." In The Bell Jar (New York: Harper & Row, 1971), 279-296.

"Amherst Senior Poetry Winner at Mt. Holyoke." The Springfield Union. May 2, 1959: 24.

"An Uncollected Poem by Sylvia Plath." The Independent. October 9, 1994.

Anderson, Jane. "Sylvia Plath: Her Life Before Ted Hughes." Radio Times. February 12, 2013.

Anderson, Linda. "Sylvia Plath: 'I' and 'you' and 'Sylvia'." In Women and Autobiography in the Twentieth Century: Remembered Futures," (London: Prentice Hall, 1997), 101-122.

Anderson, Linda. "Gender, Feminism, Poetry: Stevie Smith, Sylvia Plath, Jo Shapcott." In The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century English Poetry, (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 173-186.

Anderson, Victoria. "Death is the Dress She Wears: Plath's Grand Narrative." Women's Studies. March 2007: 79-94.

Andreason, N.J.C. "Ariel's Flight." Saturday Evening Post 247. March 1975: 58-59, 78-80.

Andreozzi, Margaret. "Readers Write: Where have all the scholars gone?" Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Winter 1998-1999: 2.

Annas, Pamela J. "The Self in the World: The Social Context of Sylvia Plath's Late Poems." Women's Studies 7:1-2, 1980: 171-183.

Annas, Pamela. "A Poetry of Survival: Unnaming and Renaming in the Poetry of Audre Lorde, Pat Parker, Sylvia Plath, and Adrienne Rich." Colby Library Quarterly 18:1. March 1982: 9-25.

Annas, Pamela J. "A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Late Poems." In A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), 95-167.

Annas, Pamela J. "Reflections." In A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), 1-15.

Annas, Pamela J. "Speech and Silence." In A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), 53-71.

Annas, Pamela J. "The Colossus: In Search of a Self." In A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), 17-51.

Annas, Pamela J. "Three Women: 'I Shall be a Heroine of the Peripheral'." In A Disturbance in Mirrors: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), 73-94.

"Another College Girl Missing." Greenfield Recorder-Gazette. August 28, 1953: 8.

"Another College Girl Missing from Wellesley." Holyoke Daily Transcript. August 28, 1953: 6.

"Another Girl Missing from Wellesley Home." The Attleboro Sun. August 28, 1953: 2.

"Another Wellesley Girl Disappears, Parents Report." Framingham News. August 28, 1953: 1.

Appleyard, Bryan. "Lighting Up Our Lives." The Times. June 22, 1997: 2-3.

Arditti, Michael. "Everyday Stories of Sylvia." The Evening Standard. March 30, 1994: 46.

Ardley, Jess. "Exploring identity in The Bell Jar and The Catcher in the Rye." Plath Profiles 9. Autumn 2016: 50-52.

Armstrong, Isobel. "'This Drastic Split in the Functions of a Whole Woman': An Uncollected Article by Sylvia Plath: 'Cambridge Letter' Isis, May 1956." Literature and History 1:1. Spring 1990: 75-79.

Arsenault, Anne Gushee. "Readers Write: 'A shiver of recognition'." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Spring 2001: 2.

Asayesh-Brown, Mina. "Plath's work to be honored at symposium later this week." Indiana Daily Student. October 24, 2012: 2.

Ashe, Marie. "The Bell Jar and the Ghost of Ethel Rosenberg." In Secret Agents: The Rosenberg Case, McCarthyism, and Fifties America. (New York: Routledge, 1995), 215-231.

Ashford, Deborah. "Sylvia Plath's Poetry: A Complex of Irreconcilable Antagonisms." Concerning Poetry 7:1. Spring 1974: 62-69.

Ashk, Bimal Krishan. "Personal Poetry." In English Poetry To-Day. (Ambala Cantt: Umesh, 1977), 32-48.

Aslam, Humaira and Anoosh W. Khan. "Sylvia Plath's 'The Arrival of the Bee Box': A Glimpse into Her 'Shadow'." PUTAJ 20. 2013: 371-374.

"A Stage for the Performance of Heaven." The Guardian. June 16, 2007: 5.

Atkinson, Michael. "After Twelve Years, Plath Without Tears: A Look Back at 'Lady Lazarus'." Pebble 18-20. 1979: 301-309.

Atlas, James. "The Biographer and The Murderer." The New York Times Magazine. December 12, 1993: 74-75.

"Autumn Choice: Winter Trees by Sylvia Plath." Poetry Book Society Bulletin 70. Autumn 1917: 1-2.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "Plath's Literary Relations." Resources for American Literary Study. Spring-Autumn 1984: 59-84.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "The Second Destruction of Sylvia Plath." The American Poetry Review 14. March-April 1985: 17-18.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "The Mirror and the Shadow: Plath's Poetics of Self-Doubt." Contemporary Literature 26:3. Autumn 1985: 286-301.

Axelrod, Stephen Gould. "A Woman Famous Among Women." In Sylvia Plath: The Wound and the Cure for Words. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), 80-177.

Axelrod, Stephen Gould. "Great Works May Speak from Me." In Sylvia Plath: The Wound and the Cure for Words. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), 3-22.

Axelrod, Stephen Gould. "Jealous Gods." In Sylvia Plath: The Wound and the Cure for Words. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), 23-79.

Axelrod, Stephen Gould. "There are Two of Me Now." In Sylvia Plath: The Wound and the Cure for Words. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), 178-236.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "The Poetry of Sylvia Plath." In The Cambridge Companion to Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006), 73-89.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "Alienation and Renewal in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar." In Alienation. (New York: Bloom's Literary Criticism, 2009), 11-20.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "Alienation and Renewal in The Bell Jar." Plath Profiles 3. Summer 2010: 134-143.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "On Sylvia Plath: A Response to Celia." Plath Profiles 3. Summer 2010: 365-368.

Axelrod, Steven Gould. "Plath and Torture: Cultural Contexts for Plath's Imagery of the Holocaust." In Representing Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 67-88.

Axelrod, Steven Gould and Nan Dorsey. "The Drama of Creativity in Sylvia Plath's Early Poems." Pacific Coast Philology 32:1. 1997: 76-86.

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B., J. "Royal Shakespeareans Salute Sylvia Plath." The Christian Science Monitor. January 24, 1974: 14.

Badia, Janet L. "Viewing Poems as 'Bloodstains': Sylvia Plath's Confessional Poetics and the Autobiographical Reader." A/B: Auto/Biography Studies 17:2. Winter 2002: 180-203.

Badia, Janet. "The Bell Jar and Other Prose." In The Cambridge Companion to Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006), 124-138.

Badia, Janet. "'One of Those People Like Anne Sexton or Sylvia Plath': The Pathologized Woman Reader in Literary and Popular Culture." In Reading Women: Literary Figures and Cultural Icons from the Victorian Age to the Present. (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2005), 236-254.

Badia, Janet. "The 'Priestess' and Her 'Cult': Plath's Confessional Poetics and the Mythology of Women Readers." In The Unraveling Archive: Essays on Sylvia Plath. (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2007), 159-181.

Badia, Janet. "'Dissatisfied, Family-Hating Shrews': Women Readers and Sylvia Plath's Literary Reception." Literature Interpretation Theory 19:2. April-June 2008: 187-213.

Bagg, Robert. "The Rise of Lady Lazarus." Mosaic 2. Summer 1969: 9-36.

Baker, Martin. "Assia's Guilt Over Sylvia Plath's Suicide is Just a Myth." The Guardian. April 17, 1999: 21.

Bakogianni, Anastasia. "The Figure of Electra in Sylvia Plath 's Poetry: A Case of Identification. In Living Classics: Greece and Rome in Contemporary Poetry in English (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), 194-217.

Baldwin, Kate. "The Radical Imaginary of The Bell Jar." Novel. Fall 2004: 21-40.

Baldwin, Kate. "The Radical Imaginary of The Bell Jar." In Critical Insights: The Bell Jar. (Pasadena, Calif: Salem Press, 2012), 153-179.

Balitas, Vincent D. "On Becoming a Witch: A Reading of Sylvia Plath's 'Witch Burning'." Studies in the Humanities 4. February 1975: 27-30.

Balitas, Vincent D. "A Note on Sylvia Plath's 'The Hanging Man'." Notes and Queries 22. May 1975: 208.

Ballif, Gene. "Facing the Worst: A View from Minerva's Buckler." Parnassus 5. Fall/Winter 1976: 231-259.

Banas, Emily. "IU Northwest English Professor William Buckley Publishes Volume Three of Plath Profiles." Iun.edu. October 11, 2010.

Bang, Mary Jo. "Mary Jo Bang on Sylvia Plath's 'Mad Girls Love Song'." In Dark Horses: Poets on Overlooked Poems. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007), 135-137.

Banita, Georgiana. "'The Same, Identical Woman': Sylvia Plath in the Media." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 40:2. Fall 2007: 38-60.

Banita, Georgiana. "'No More Idols But Me': Sylvia Plath as Cinema Icon." In American Studies as Media Studies. (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2008), 119-126.

Bantick, Christopher. "In darkness there is light." The Age. March 18, 2013.

Barot, Rick. "Plath's Pheasant." New England Review 29:1. 2008: 105-119.

Barry, Ann. "Plath Dramatized." The New York Times. March 5, 1978: D28.

Barry, Rebecca Rago. "Rare Sylvia Plath Proof at Auction." Fine Books & Collections Blog. September 18, 2016.

Barry, Rebecca Rago. "From Wallet to Typewriter, the Effects of Sylvia Plath are Now For Sale." LitHub. March 19, 2018.

Bartnett, Erin. "9 Weird Literary Relics People Spent Money On." Electric Literature. June 1, 2018.

Barton, Laura. "Death Becomes Her." The Guardian. November 8, 2003: 20.

Barr, Rober. "Poet Sylvia Plath's Tombstone Returned." The Item (Sumter, S.C.). April 23, 1989: C12.

Barr, Robert. "Sylvia Plath's Headstone, With Married Name, Back at Grave." The Spokesman-Review Spokane Chronicle. April 23, 1989: A15.

Barr, Robert. "Sylvia Plath's Tombstone Returned; Husband Lashes at Critics." The Associated Press. April 22, 1989.

Barrett, Sarah Curran. "Primarily Plath." Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Summer 1998: 8.

Baruch, M. Ruth. "A Self to Recover: Sylvia Plath." Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin 47. Summer 1981: 20-25.

Baskin, Jason. "Untidy Lives in Verse." New York Newsday. April 24, 2005.

Bass, Alison. "New 'Girl' in Class." The Boston Globe. May 2000: B7.

Bassnet, Susan. "Introduction." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 1-3.

Bassnet, Susan. "Tracing a Life." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 4-26.

Bassnet, Susan. "Poetry as Process." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 27-46.

Bassnet, Susan. "God, Nature and Writing." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry.(New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 47-70.

Bassnet, Susan. "Writing the Family." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 71-94.

Bassnet, Susan. "Writing out Love." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 94-116.

Bassnet, Susan. "Poetry and Survival." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 117-138.

Bassnet, Susan. "Plath Translated: Ted Hughes' Birthday Letters." In Sylvia Plath: An Introduction to the Poetry. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 139-163.

Bate, Jonathan. "Sorrow in a black coat." TLS. February 7, 2014: 12-14.

Bate, Jonathan. "Sylvia Plath's suicide note – did it name a final lover?" The Guardian. October 1, 2014.

Battersby, Matilda. "Unseen Sylvia Plath Drawing Go on Show." The Independent. November 1, 2011.

Battersby, Matilda. "'F*** you to women everywhere' - Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar gets a 'chick lit' makeover." The Independent. February 1, 2013.

Bawer, Bruce. "Sylvia Plath and the Prison of Her Days." The Washington Post. August 25, 1987: X4.

Bawer, Bruce. "Sylvia Plath and the Poetry of Confession." The New Criterion 9:6. February 1991: 18-27.

"Bay State Briefs." Gloucester Daily Times. August 27, 1953: 8.

Bayley, Sally. "'I Have Your Head on My Wall': Sylvia Plath and the Rhetoric of Cold War America." European Journal of American Culture 25:3. 2006: 155-171.

Bayley, Sally. "'I Have Your Head on My Wall': Sylvia Plath and the Rhetoric of Cold War America." In Critical Insights: The Bell Jar. (Pasadena, Calif: Salem Press, 2012), 129-152.

Bayley, Sally. "Sylvia Plath and the Costume of Femininity." In Eye Rhymes: Sylvia Plath's Art of the Visual. (Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 2007), 183-204.

Bayley, Sally. "'I Need a Master': Sylvia Plath Reads D. H. Lawrence." English 57. 2008: 127-144.

Bayley, Sally. "'Is It For This You Widen Your Eye Rings?' Looking, Overlooking and Cold War Paranoia: The Art of the Voyeur in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath and the Films of Alfred Hitchcock." Women's History Review 18:4. September 2009: 547-558.

Bayley, Sally. "'The trees of the mind are black, the light is blue': Sublime encounters in Sylvia Plath's 'tree poems'." In Representing Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 91-109.

Bayley, Sally. "Stella Vine's peanut-crunching Plath: ." In Representing Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 223-234.

Bayley, Sally and Tracy Brain. "Introduction: 'Purdah' and the enigma of representation." In Representing Sylvia Plath. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 1-12.

Beake, Fred. "Plathetic Fallacies." Lynx: Poetry from Bath. 1993.

Beam, Alex. "Mad Poet's Society." The Atlantic 288. June/July 2001: 96-103.

Beam, Alex. "The Sad Poets' Society." The Guardian. November 17, 2001: 4.

Beam, Alex. "The Death, and Rebirth, of Sylvia Plath." The Boston Globe. September 4, 2003: D1.

Beam, Alex. "The Latest Chapter on Plath." The Boston Globe. April 14, 2005: 1.

Beam, Alex. "For Whom 'The Bell Jar' Tolls." The Boston Globe. November 5, 2010: 39.

"Beautiful Smith Girl Missing at Wellesley." Boston Daily Globe. August 25, 1953: 1, 9.

Becker, Jillian. "My Friend the Real Sylvia was Nothing Like This." The Evening Standard. November 24, 2003: A18-19.

Becker, Jillian. "No Funeral Party for Sylvia Plath." The Independent. November 27, 1989: 20.

Becker, Jillian. "Sylvia Plath: Jillian Becker on the Poet's Last Days." BBC. February 10, 2013.

Bedient, Calvin. "Sylvia Plath, Romantic." In Sylvia Plath: New Views on the Poetry. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979), 3-18.

Bedient, Calvin. "Oh, Plath!" Parnassus 12:2/13:1. 1985: 275-281.

Beer, John. "Coleridge, Ted Hughes, and Sylvia Plath: Mythology and Identity." In The Monstrous Debt: Modalities of Romantic Influence in Twentieth-Century Literature. (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2006), 123-141.

Beggy, Carol and Mark Shanahan. "Dead Poet's Society." The Boston Globe. October 27, 2003: D17.

Behrent, Susan. "A Note on The Bell Jar." Names 61:4. December 2013: 239-243.

Behrent, Megan. "Trapped in the bell jar." Socialist Worker. March 25, 2013.

Beirne, Daniel J. "Plath's 'Two Campers in Cloud Country'." The Explicator 42. Fall 1983: 61-62.

"Bell Jar Play Introduces Sylvia Plath." The Age. October 7, 1976: 9.

"Bell Jar Suit Condemned." Gainesville Sun. January 25, 1987: 2A.

"'Bell Jar' to be Topic of 'Critique'." Soul City Times. December 16, 1971: 2.

Benard, Lauren Ashley. "Taking on a Mourning Her Mother Never Bothered With: Esther's Anguished Memory and Her Resistance to a Domestic Life in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar." Plath Profiles 4. Summer 2011: 291-299.

Bennett, Catherine. "The Grapes of Plath." The Guardian. June 24, 1991: 21.

Bennett, Will. "Sylvia Plath's Schoolgirl Love Poem Goes on Sale for pounds 4,500." The Telegraph. June 5, 2003: 6.

Benson, Heidi. "S. F. Author Heads into British Brouhaha over Sylvia Plath." February 23, 2003: M2.

Bentley, Paul. "'Hitler's Familiar Spirits': Negative Dialectics in Sylvia Plath's 'Daddy' and Ted Hughes's 'Hawk Roosting'." Critical Survey 12:3. 2000: 27-38.

Benton, Michael. "Towards a Poetics of Literary Biography." Journal of Aesthetic Education 45:3. Fall 2011: 67-87.

Bergman, Alexandra. "Reconciling the Gap Between Smith Alumnae and Alum Now." The Smith College Sophian. February 4, 2010: 8.

Bergonzi, Bernard. "Letter to the Editor Regarding Cox and Jones's 'After the Tranquilized Fifties'." Critical Quarterly 6. Autumn 1964: 277.

Berman, Jeffrey. "Sylvia Plath and the Art of Dying: Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)." University of Hartford Studies in Literature 10, 1978: 137-155.

Berman, Jeffrey. "'If Writing Is Not an Outlet, What Is?': Sylvia Plath and The Bell Jar." In The Talking Cure: Literary Representations of Psychoanalysis. (New York: New York University Press, 1985), 120-153.

Bernhard, April. "My Plath Problem." Parnassus 18:2/19:1. 1993: 340-357.

Bernhard, April. "My Plath Problem." In By Herself: Women Reclaim Poetry. (Saint Paul, MN: Graywolf Press, 2000), 82-102.

Betancourt, Bianca. "The Story of Sylvia Plath, a Writer Who Shouldn't Be Defined by Her Death." Broadly. November 21, 2018.

Beusman, Callie. "Andrew Wilson on Plath Behind the Glass." Interview. February 2013.

Bierman, Larry. "The Vivid Tulips Eat My Oxygen: An Essay on Sylvia Plath's Ariel." Windless Orchard 4, February 1971: 44-46.

Bilman, Emily. "Sylvia Plath's Subjective Reactionary Ekphrasis in 'The Disquieting Muses' and Giorgio de Chirico's Painting of the Same Name." In Modern Ekphrasis (Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2013), 63-76.

Binot, Ann. "New London Drawings Show Reveals Sylvia Plath's Lesser-Known Lines." Artinfo.com. November 9, 2011.

Birje-Patil, J. "The Autobiography of a Fever: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath." Indian Journal of American Studies 5:1-2. January and July 1976: 10-20.

Birkle, Carmen. "Sylvia Plath." In Women's Stories of the Looking Glass: Autobiographical Reflections and Self-representations in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, and Audre Lorde. (München: Fink, 1996), 46-116.

Birstein, Ann. "The Sylvia Plath Cult." Vogue 158. October 1, 1971: 176.

Biven, Barrie M. "The Role of Skin in Normal and Abnormal Development with a Note on the Poet Sylvia Plath." International Review of Psycho-Analysis 9. 1982: 205-229.

Black, Tim. "'The world itself is a bad dream'." Spiked. February 8, 2013.

Blackburn, Virginia. "Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes' personal mementoes up for auction at Bonhams." Financial Times. March 8, 2018.

Blakesley, Bob. "Highschool Highlights." The Townsman. March 23, 1950: 5. [name mentioned]

Blaydes, Sophia B. "Metaphors of Life and Death in the Poetry of Denise Levertov and Sylvia Plath." Dalhousie Review 57. Autumn 1977: 494-506.

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