Plath and Hughes

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"Her intensely personal poetry...
was often rooted in everyday experiences" - Magill
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Her poetry captures the essence of a "woman struggling for self-realisation while endeavouring to conform to social expectations"
Bassnet
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Poetry defined by a "processes manipulated
by associative imagination" - Dickie
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“powerful commentary on how the idea of perfection in a woman...
is often shaped by social forces." - Annas on The Munich Mannequins
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“A picture or a painting of the sea rather than the sea itself”
Plath, Spinster
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Landscapes serve
as a mirror for a self - Lindenburg
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He wanted to capture not just live animals,
but the aliveness of animals in their natural state" -Nye
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"********* each sight and sound,
making each thing his own, then moving on. - Simon Armitage on LF
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