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The Poetry Foundation's website contains a Sylvia Plath page with an extensive poetry selection by the writer, along with critical and collective analysis. The page contains many essays identified according to the primar... More »

Sylvia Plath was best known for her autobiographical poetry written in the confessionalist “I” style that emerged during the 1950s. Confessionalist poetry deals with subjects such as death, trauma and depression. More »

Sylvia Plath's "Mirror" is a poem which deals intimately with the idea of women searching for distinctions between the real self and the false. It uses the titular mirror as its central symbolic device. More »

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For the most part, the tone of Sylvia Plath's poem "Morning Song" is one of emotional detachment or estrangement. Her nonmaternal attitude to her newborn child, describing it in the first stanza as an inanimate object, "... More »

Sylvia Plath's "Mirror" is a poem which deals intimately with the idea of women searching for distinctions between the real self and the false. It uses the titular mirror as its central symbolic device. More »

The Poetry Foundation website provides many poems dedicated to the subject of "cowboys" that are available in full-text for free. Authors include James Tate, Margaret Atwood and others published in Poetry Magazine. More »

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