Today I am grateful for the poetry of Sylvia Plath. My favourite thing about it is how it flows “naturally” – although there is nothing natural about art, of course – but that’s just it: it’s the level of skill when you can make something intricately design sound as if it’s rumbling of a brook.
- Culture notes: Sylvia Plath in her own write (thetimes.co.uk)
- Sylvia Plath’s Poetry Becomes Experimental Cinema in 1991 Film Lady Lazarus (openculture.com)
- The Art of Sylvia Plath: Revisit Her Sketches, Self-Portraits, Drawings & Illustrated Letters (openculture.com)