Sylvia Plath Quote: “That is how it stiffens, my…”

That is how it stiffens, my vision of that seaside childhood. My father died; we moved inland. Whereon those nine first years of my life sealed themselves off like a ship in a bottle – beautiful, inaccessible, obsolete: a fine, white, flying myth.

Sylvia Plath


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