Definition of Plath, Sylvia in English:

Plath, Sylvia

Line breaks: Syl¦via Plath
Pronunciation: /plaθ
( 1932–63), American poet, wife of Ted Hughes. Her work is notable for its treatment of extreme and painful states of mind. In 1963 she committed suicide. Notable works: Ariel (poems, 1965) and The Bell Jar (novel, 1963).

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