Definition of Sylvia Plath

1. Noun. United States writer and poet (1932-1963).

Exact synonyms: Plath
Generic synonyms: Poet, Author, Writer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sylvia Plath

Sydneyan
Sydneyite
Sydneyites
Sydneysider
Sydneysiders
Sydwell
Syeda
Syedas
Syktyvkar
Sylhet District
Sylhet Division
Sylheti
Sylvanus
Sylvester
Sylvia
Sylvia Plath (current term)
Sylvia communis
Sylvia curruca
Sylvian aqueduct
Sylvian fissure
Sylviidae
Sylviinae
Sylvilagus
Sylvilagus aquaticus
Sylvilagus floridanus
Sylvilagus palustris
Symbion pandora
Symbionese
Symonds
Symone

Literary usage of Sylvia Plath

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Family Reunion: Reflections Carved in Sand and Stone by Robert G. Toomey (2006)
"... So HELP ME Sylvia Plath, BILLY COLLINS AND JOYCE CAROL OATES! The poor saps! The poets already scorned by their neighbors, And nearest next-of-kin and ..."

2. Heartache of Motherhood by Joyce Nicholson (1983)
"To return to Sylvia Plath, when she was at Cambridge, England, ... The tragedy of Sylvia Plath is that the conflict of her brilliant mind and her endeavours ..."

3. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... it: Poets whose lack of these isn't made up by an inescapable intensity of personal presence (eg Sylvia Plath) simply aren't represented —Hugh Kenner, ..."

4. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"And the suicides among American writers as distinguished as Sylvia Plath, Ann Sexton, Delmore Schwartz and John Berryman, he pointed out, ..."

5. A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature by Martha L. Brogan, Daphnée Rentfrow (2005)
"... Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry James, Sinclair Lewis, Herman Melville, Thomas Paine, Edgar Allan Poe, Sylvia Plath, Mark Twain, and Walt Whitman. ..."

6. Albert by Daniel Oldis (1986)
"I read a lot of it, too.” I rolled over closer to her, my knees sometimes bumping hers. “Who do you like?” I asked. “Oh, Sylvia Plath and others. ..."

7. Family Reunion: Reflections Carved in Sand and Stone by Robert G. Toomey (2006)
"... So HELP ME Sylvia Plath, BILLY COLLINS AND JOYCE CAROL OATES! The poor saps! The poets already scorned by their neighbors, And nearest next-of-kin and ..."

8. Heartache of Motherhood by Joyce Nicholson (1983)
"To return to Sylvia Plath, when she was at Cambridge, England, ... The tragedy of Sylvia Plath is that the conflict of her brilliant mind and her endeavours ..."

9. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... it: Poets whose lack of these isn't made up by an inescapable intensity of personal presence (eg Sylvia Plath) simply aren't represented —Hugh Kenner, ..."

10. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"And the suicides among American writers as distinguished as Sylvia Plath, Ann Sexton, Delmore Schwartz and John Berryman, he pointed out, ..."

11. A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature by Martha L. Brogan, Daphnée Rentfrow (2005)
"... Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry James, Sinclair Lewis, Herman Melville, Thomas Paine, Edgar Allan Poe, Sylvia Plath, Mark Twain, and Walt Whitman. ..."

12. Albert by Daniel Oldis (1986)
"I read a lot of it, too.” I rolled over closer to her, my knees sometimes bumping hers. “Who do you like?” I asked. “Oh, Sylvia Plath and others. ..."

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