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Ariel by Sylvia Plath

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I just finished reading Sylvia Plath's collection of Poetry, titled Ariel.

This was by far one of my favorite poetry collections of all time. Plath's allusions to fetuses in the womb and her use of medical and anatomical imagery make for some astounding poems. She writes a lot on madness, female empowerment, and things of the like. My favorite poems from the collection were "Lady Lazarus," "Tulips," "Daddy," "Medusa," and the poems at the end, about bees.

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