Subseries 3.4
Printed material
Box 146

By Sylvia Plath
Box Folder Content
146 1 "And Summer Will Not Come Again," Seventeen, August 1950
146 2 "Den of Lions," Seventeen, May 1951
146 3 "Sunday at the Mintons'," Mademoiselle, August 1952
146 4 "Sunday at the Mintons'," Smith Review, fall 1952
146 5 "Initiation," Seventeen, Jan. 1953
146 6 "In the Mountains," Smith Review, fall 1954
146 7 "Superman and Paula Brown's New Snowsuit," Smith Review, spring 1955
146 8 "Dialogue en Route," Smith Review Exam Blues Issue, January 1955
146 9 "Cambridge Letter," The Isis, May 16, 1956
146 10 "B. and K. at the Claridge," Smith Alumnae Quarterly, no. 48, fall 1956
146 11 "Sketchbook of a Spanish Summer," Christian Science Monitor, November 5-6, 1956
146 12 "The Day Mr. Prescott Died," Granta, November 10, 1956
146 13 "The Wishing Box," Granta, January 26, 1957
146 14 "All the Dead Dears," Gemini , no. 1, summer 1957
146 15 "Kitchen of the Fig Tree," The Christian Science Monitor, May 5, 1959
146 16 "Explorations Lead to Interesting Discoveries," Christian Science Monitor, October 19, 1959
146 17 "The Fifty-Ninth Bear," London Magazine, February 1961
146 18 "The Surgeon at 2 a.m.," The Listener, September 20, 1962
146 19 "For a Fatherless Son," Critical Quarterly, summer 1963
146 20 "Two Campers in Cloud Country," "The Elm Speaks," "Mystic," "Amnesiac," "Mirror," "Among Narcissi," "The Moon and the Yew Tree," The New Yorker, August 3, 1963
146 21 "The Wishing Box," Atlantic, no. 214, October 1964
146 22 "Lady Lazarus," American Poetry 1965, Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, no. 6
146 23 "An Appearance," Times Literary Review, January 20, 1966
146 24 "Three Women," 2 excerpts, Critical Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 3, autumn 1968
146 25 "Three Women," playbill, n.p., n.d.
146 26 "Letter to a Demon," The New York Times, Sunday, April 18, 1982
146 27 "Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams," unidentified publication and date
146 28 Book reviews by Sylvia Plath
146 29 Pages excerpted from The Art of Sylvia Plath, [ed. Charles Newman, published by Faber and Faber, 1970], includes: "Dialogue en Route," "Miss Drake Proceeds to Supper," "On the Plethora of Dryads," "Epitaph for Fire and Flower," "Battle Scene from the Comic Operatic Fantasy the Seafarer," "Words for a Nursery," "Mushrooms," "In Plaster," "An Appearance," "Lesbos," excerpt from "Context," "Purdah," "Mystic," excerpt from "Three Women," and "Ocean 1212"].
About Sylvia Plath
146 30 "Wellesley Girl Found in Cellar," Unidentified newspaper, August 27, 1953
146 31 "Sylvia Plath is Betrothed to Mr. Hughes," Unidentified newspaper, 1956
146 32 "Cambridge Tripos Results," Unidentified newspaper, 1956
146 33 Four Young Poets," by Corinne Robins, Mademoiselle, January 1959
146 34 London Letter," by Walter Allen, New York Times Book Review, January 29, 1961
146 35 "Fifty Dollars a Week to Live, But They Find it... 'A Good time to be a Poet'," London/American, April 27/May 3, 1961
146 36 "Ex-Guest Editors: 7 Nonstop Records," by Carol Brighton, Mademoiselle, August 1961
146 37 "Inhabited by a Cry, The Last Poetry of Sylvia Plath," by Peter Davison, August 1966
146 38 "Sylvia Plath," Interview with Peter Orr, The Poet Speaks, Fall 1966
146 39 "The Lost Heroes," The Sunday Times Magazine, January 29, 1967
146 40 "En Fyldigere Ramme at se vor Egen Lyrik I," March 4, 1967
146 41 "Beyond All This Fiddle," by A. Alvarez, The Times Literary Supplement, March 23, 1967
146 42 "The 200-inch Distorting Mirror," by David Holbrook, New Society, no. 12, July 11, 1968
146 43 "Reconsidering Sylvia Plath," by Harriet Rosenstein, Ms., September 1972
146 44 "'Pure? What Does It Mean?'-Notes on Sylvia Plath's Poetic Art," by M.L. Rosenthal and Sally M. Gall, The American Poetry Review, May/June 1978
146 45 "To Sylvia Plath's Mother, New Play Contains 'Words of Love'," The New York Times, Tuesday, October 1979
146 46 "Ways to Read Plath's Works in Light of Biographies," by David Romin, May 2, 1982
146 47 "Chapters of a Shared Mythology: The desecration and rescue of the female in Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes," Achievement, 1983
146 48 "She is the Feminist's Icon, But the Real Sylvia Plath Liked Bouncy Cotton Frocks, Adored to Flirt and Longed for Ted Hughes's Babies," by Angela Lambert, Daily Mail, December 16, 1995
146 49 "A Look Inside The Bell Jar," Date and author unknown
Reviews of Plath's Works
146 50 Ariel
146 51 The Bed Book
146 52 The Bell Jar
146 53 The Collected Poems
146 54 The Colossus
146 53 "Sylvia Plath," Theater Review
146 55 Winter Trees
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