Sylvia Plath Quote: “If I have not the power…”

If I have not the power to put myself in the place of other people, but must be continually burrowing inward, I shall never be the magnanimous creative person I wish to be. Yet I am hypnotized by the workings of the individual, alone, and am continually using myself as a specimen.

Sylvia Plath


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Name: Sylvia Plath
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: October 27, 1932
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