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Plath

 (plăth), Sylvia 1932-1963.
American writer. Her poems, collected in Colossus (1960) and Ariel (1965), are noted for their technical excellence and their disturbing images of alienation. Plath's other works include the semiautobiographical novel The Bell Jar (1963).
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Plath

(plæθ)
n
(Biography) Sylvia. 1932–63, US poet living in England. She wrote two volumes of verse, The Colossus (1960) and Ariel (1965), and a novel, The Bell Jar (1963): she was married to Ted Hughes
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Plath

(plæθ)

n.
Sylvia, 1932–63, U.S. poet.
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