Short introduction of Sylvia Plath
Name: Sylvia Plath
Pen Name: Victoria Lucas
Born on October 27, 1932, in Robinson Memorial Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Parents were Otto Emil Plath and Aurelia Schober Plath
Sibling: a younger brother, Warren Plath (Born 1935)
As a child, she enjoyed the sea, being read to, attention, and food.
Nationality: American (Polish & German backgrounds)
Educated at Smith College & Cambridge University
Profession(s): Novelist, Short Story Writer, & Poet (Autobiographical & Confessionalism)
Noted Works: The Bell Jar, Ariel, The Colossus, Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams
Married to Ted Hughes (1930-1998) from 1956 to Sylvia’s death in 1963.
Mother of Frieda Rebecca Hughes (Born 1960) & Nicholas Farrar Hughes (1962-2009)
Died on the morning of February 11, 1963, in London, England UK. Sylvia committed suicide by gas asphyxiation in her Primrose Hill flat kitchen.
note: We will post the series of poetry books and biography of Sylvia Plath, one after other in detail