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!READ EBOOK ⚔ Ariel ⚉ Sylvia Plath S Celebrated Collection.When Sylvia Plath Died, She Not Only Left Behind A Prolific Life But Also Her Unpublished Literary Masterpiece, Ariel Her Husband, Ted Hughes, Brought The Collection To Life In 1966, And Its Publication Garnered Worldwide Acclaim This Collection Showcases The Beloved Poet S Brilliant, Provoking, And Always Moving Poems, Including Ariel And Once Again Shows Why Readers Have Fallen In Love With Her Work Throughout The Generations.


10 thoughts on “Ariel

  1. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    Inspired by Paul Legault s brilliant idea of translating Emily Dickinson s poems into English, I thought immediately I have to steal that idea So here are some of the Ariel poems of Sylvia Plath translated into English I have, of course, tried my utmost to perform this task with tact, discretion and good taste.ARIEL TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISHELM.Look, let s get this straight I am a tree, you are a woman We can never be together, not in the way you d like, anyway Plus, you re kind of irritati Inspired by Paul Legault s brilliant idea of translating Emily Dickinson s poems into Engli...


  2. Manny Manny says:

    When I was a kid, I loved stories about intrepid explorers who visited places no one had ever seen before, and died heroically in the attempt I guess Scott of the Antarctic is the canonical example though later on, I discovered to my surprise that Norwegians just think he was an idiot who didn t prepare carefully, and that Amundsen was the real hero There is a wonderful episode in Jan Kj rstad s Erobreren which contrasts the English and Norwegian views of these two great men.So what s this g When I was a kid, I loved stories about intrepid explorers who visited places no one had ever seen before, and died heroically in the attempt I guess Scott of the Antarctic is the canonical example though later on, I discovered to my surprise that Norwegians just think he was an idiot who didn t prepare carefully, and that Amundsen was the real hero There is a wonderful episode in Jan Kj rstad s Erobreren which contrasts the English and Norwe...


  3. Dolors Dolors says:

    Either disturbed by some haunting, otherworldly presence or simply because of the purring birdsong I awake on the early hours of this winter morning and I grab Sylvia Plath s collection of poems Ariel, which is calling to me from my bedside table Still drowsy with soft shades of silky sheets printed on my cheeks my glassy eyes try to focus on stray words that chop like sharpened axes Streams of unleashed running waters wash over me but fail to cleanse my soul I am unsettled Disturbing images Either disturbed by some haunting, otherworldly presence or simply because of the purring birdsong I awake on the early hours of this winter morning and I grab Sylvia Plath s collection of poems Ariel, which is calling to me from my bedside table Still drowsy with soft shades of silky sheets printed on my cheeks my glassy eyes try to focus on stray words that chop like sharpened axes Streams of unleashed running waters wash over me bu...


  4. Duane Duane says:

    What do I think I honestly don t know My favorite poems were Elm, The Moon and the Yew Tree, and Edge I admit that Sylvia Plath s poetry may be beyond my ability to fullly understand I have The Collected Poems, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1982, on my to read shelf Maybe theI read the better I will understand There is an aura about Sylvia Plath that I find fascinating Her writing is so unique, so different fro...


  5. Samadrita Samadrita says:

    It probably won t be right to draw comparisons between the Sylvia Plath who wrote Mad Girl s Love Song during her time at Smith s and the Sylvia Plath of Ariel There s a world of difference between a Sylvia merely mourning lost love and a bitter, lonesome, vengeful, depressed Sylvia trying to live out the last vestiges of a tumultuous life by seeking a form of catharsis through these poems And, indeed, a very personal set of poems these are It took me a while to get through this book not only It probably won t be right to draw comparisons between the Sylvia Plath who wrote Mad Girl s Love Song during her time at Smith s and the Sylvia Plath of Ariel There s a world of difference between a Sylvia merely mourning lost love and a bitter, lonesome, vengeful, depressed Sylvia trying to live out the last vestiges of a tumultuous life by seeking a form of catharsis through these poems And, indeed, a very personal set of poems these are It took me a while to get through this book not only be...


  6. Asghar Abbas Asghar Abbas says:

    I picked this up last night, wanting to read just one poem, The Moon and the Yew Tree specifically, but I ended up reading all of them, the entire book I won t pretend to understand what most of her poems were about, but they left me in goosebumps and ashiver I enjoyed them What a mind, what a mind Utterly glorious Bane of her existence and yet because of its blackness she still exists today Sublime work.I wish she had writtennovels too Her poetic prose and timings are undeniable R I picked this up last night, wanting to read just one poem, The Moon and the Yew Tree specifically, but I ended up reading all of them, the entire book I won t pretend to understand what most of her poems were about, but they left me in goosebumps and ashiver I enjoyed them What a mind, what a mind Utterly glorious Bane of her existenc...


  7. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Ariel, Sylvia Plath 20001932 1963 Ariel, Sylvia Plath 20001932 1963 ,


  8. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    Stunned.Destroyed.Took the wind out of my sails,and the light out of my eyes.Not wanting to curse but fuck me could she write As for Daddy what heart crushing despair.


  9. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    I m wanting to get intopoetry, but I have to classify books of poetry in two categories poems I understood, and poems I didn t The majority of these poems went over my head I saw in a previous review that Plath writes very personally, which I suppose is what went wrong here There were so many abstract references and just being plain honest, 80% of these poems I just had no clue what she was trying to communicate, other than the fact that she wanted to die Although I didn t grasp most I m wanting to get intopoetry, but I have to classify books of poetry in two categories poems I understood, and poems I didn t The majority of these poems went over my head I saw in a previous review that Plath writes very personally...


  10. Lotte Lotte says:

    My favourite poems out of this collection Lady Lazarus, Tulips and Death Co.