By Ana María Leiva Aguilera
It may haven't any experience the easy approach to quoting this author’s biographical facts and a few of her works. that may no longer specialize in her literary labour. this is why I suggest myself to remark either her lifestyles in addition to her works, basing my references on her poems themselves.
My research’ method goes to have a double sense:
- at the one hand, there's a large amount of her biographical facts, and it's going to support us figuring out her poems.
-On the opposite hand, it is going to be the author’s unconsciousness itself that i'll concentration my curiosity on. i'm going to search for it in each poem, the single that is going to emerge in a few of her verses even if the goal or common thematic of the poem is any other.
As completely says Ramón Buenaventura in his bilingual version Ariel. Publishing condo, Hiperion 2010, ,“la poesía no tolera más notas que aquellas que sirven para restablecer las claves que el poeta en el momento de escribir considera razonablemente comprensibles”, attempting to describe these clues is, partly, the purpose of this essay, considering that: ”el poeta no escribe para intermediarios”.
I am attracted to valorising her paintings in the course of the research of her nice issues: love and dying. so far as love is anxious, her paintings turns round violence of ardour in streams: at the one hand, the father-child like; however, the spouse like. The imaginative and prescient of affection she deals is a growing number of sour and negative.
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Life, love and death in the poetry of Sylvia Plath by Ana María Leiva Aguilera