Tag Archives: Sylvia Plath

Poetry that Reclaims Women’s Bodies

A former student, in her senior project, used feminist poems as the basis for art workshops designed to help women feel better about their bodies.

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Top 10 Hellish Child-Parent Relationships

Top 10 Literary Parent-Child Relationships from Hell.

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Sex without Love

Sex without love, as Sharon Olds frames it, requires a fascistic narcissism.

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