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Category: Poets with initials P to T
Nick and the Candlestick Analysis by Sylvia Plath

Nick and the Candlestick Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem Nick and the Candlestick written by Sylvia Plath is one of her last poems. It was published posthumously by her husband, Ted Hughes in the collection called Birthday ...

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Winter Landscape with Rooks Analysis by Sylvia Plath

Winter Landscape with Rooks Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem Winter Landscape with Rooks is one of the typical Plath poems. In this article we have attempted Winter Landscape with Rooks analysis by Sylvia Plath. The poem with it ...

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Analysis of “Purdah” by Sylvia Plath

Analysis of “Purdah” by Sylvia Plath

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The poem was published posthumously in the anthology Winter Trees in 1971. However, according to Ted Hughes this particular poem was meant to be published in the anthology Ariel. ...

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Analysis of ‘Lady Lazarus ‘ by Sylvia Plath

Analysis of ‘Lady Lazarus ‘ by Sylvia Plath

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In this intensely self-dramatizing poem, she wrote shortly before her own suicide in February 1963, Plath adopted highly strained metaphors to describe her psychic state. “Lady ...

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Analysis of ‘Daddy’ by Sylvia Plath

Analysis of ‘Daddy’ by Sylvia Plath

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Daddy was written on October 12, 1962, shortly before her death, and published posthumously  in  Ariel in 1965. Though most of Plath’s poetry centres around her loss of her father ...

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Analysis of Two Sisters of Persephone by Sylvia Plath

Analysis of Two Sisters of Persephone by Sylvia Plath

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The poem Two Sisters of Persephone is written by Slyvia Plath in 1956, the same year of her, marriage. The poem is about two lives which are binary to each other. The title ...

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The Disquieting Muses Analysis by Sylvia Plath

The Disquieting Muses Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem The Disquieting Muses written in 1957 serves as a good example of alienation. The poem depicts a non-communicative mother-daughter relationship. Plath wrote this poem ...

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“Ariel” Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

“Ariel” Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem was written on October 27, 1962, shortly before her death. It was published posthumously in the eponymous collection in 1965. The title is perhaps based on the horse ...

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“Colossus” Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

“Colossus” Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem was first published in the anthology with the namesake in 1960. It contained another forty four poems. The title makes us remember the famous lines from Shakespeare’s ...

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The Moon and the Yew Tree Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

The Moon and the Yew Tree Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The Moon and the Yew tree is a complex poem by Sylvia Plath. In this poem, Plath (there is some disagreement on whether the work is autobiographical, although many seem to ...

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The Munich Mannequins Analysis and Summary by Sylvia Plath

The Munich Mannequins Analysis and Summary by Sylvia Plath

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Written just over a month before her death in February 1963, the Munich Mannequins was composed by Plath when she was living in London, during one of the coldest English winters ...

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Circus in Three Rings Analysis by Sylvia Plath

Circus in Three Rings Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The circus within the ‘extravagant heart’ and of its ‘fragments’ is rooted so deep into the raveled life of Sylvia Plath, that they make their reflections almost unfathomable to ...

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New Year on Dartmoor by Sylvia Plath — Analysis

New Year on Dartmoor by Sylvia Plath — Analysis

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Introduction: Sylvia Plath, a renowned American postwar poet, novelist and short-story writer, has her fame laid chiefly on the poems written on the edge of her life when her ...

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Auld Lang Syne Analysis by Robert Burns

Auld Lang Syne Analysis by Robert Burns

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This analysis of Robert Burns’ “Auld Lang Syne” is divided into three sections – context, rhyme scheme and rhetorical devices, and themes. Context: “Auld Lang Syne” is said to ...

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Auld Lang Syne Summary by Robert Burns

Auld Lang Syne Summary by Robert Burns

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Robert Burns was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is generally thought to be the national poet of Scotland because he is the most widely read among all poets who have written in ...

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Dust of Snow Analysis by Robert Frost

Dust of Snow Analysis by Robert Frost

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The poetry of Robert Frost is usually associated with the landscape of the place that was his home for the longest time, that is, New England. In “Dust of Snow” as well, the ...

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