Sylvia Plath [Ted Hughes] – Collected Poems – First Edition 1981

ted hughes sylvia plath collected poems first edition1

Sylvia Plath [Ted Hughes] – Collected Poems – First Edition 1981

£225.00

Out of stock

£225.00

A first edition, first printing published by Faber in 1981. A near fine book without inscriptions in a very good unclipped wrapper with some wear to the edges and to the corners. Some light scratches to the covers.
Sylvia Plath’s “Collected Poems,” published posthumously in 1981, is a comprehensive anthology showcasing the profound and often haunting verses of the renowned American poet. The collection spans her entire career, revealing the evolution of her poetic voice and thematic exploration. Plath’s visceral and confessional style delves into themes of mental illness, identity, and the complexities of womanhood. This anthology solidifies her status as a literary icon, offering readers a poignant journey through the emotional landscapes of her life. The posthumous release provides a retrospective lens, illuminating the brilliance and tragic intensity that defined Plath’s poetic legacy.


(We don't keep all of our stock in the shop, so send us an email if you're planning a trip to see a particular author or book.)
Availability: Out of stock SKU: 17929 Categories: , Tags: , , ,

Description

A first edition, first printing published by Faber in 1981. A near fine book without inscriptions in a very good unclipped wrapper with some wear to the edges and to the corners. Some light scratches to the covers.
Sylvia Plath’s “Collected Poems,” published posthumously in 1981, is a comprehensive anthology showcasing the profound and often haunting verses of the renowned American poet. The collection spans her entire career, revealing the evolution of her poetic voice and thematic exploration. Plath’s visceral and confessional style delves into themes of mental illness, identity, and the complexities of womanhood. This anthology solidifies her status as a literary icon, offering readers a poignant journey through the emotional landscapes of her life. The posthumous release provides a retrospective lens, illuminating the brilliance and tragic intensity that defined Plath’s poetic legacy.