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Badia, Janet
Sylvia Plath and the mythology of women readers / Janet Badia
Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PS3566.L27 Z575 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject Plath, Sylvia -- Appreciation
Subject(s) Women -- Books and reading
Feminism in literature
Physical Description xiii, 202 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-194) and index
Contents Introduction. "There Is No Such Thing as a Death Girl" : Literary Bullying and the Plath Reader -- "Dissatisfied, Family-Hating Shrews" : Women Readers and the Politics of Plath's Literary Reception -- "Oh, You Are Dark" : The Plath Reader in Popular Culture -- "We Did Not Wish to Give the Impression" : Plath Fandom and the Question of Representation -- "A Fiercely Fought Defense" : Ted Hughes and the Plath Reader -- Conclusion. "I Don't Mean Any Harm" : Frieda Hughes, Plath Readers, and the Question of Resistance

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