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The twenty-first century has welcomed Sylvia Plath to its critical canon, a rare feat considering the fact that very few women writers in the past were lucky enough to be accepted as the adopted daughter of a later generation. Few modern or contemporary writers have had the quantity of criticism dedicated to their writing that she has received.
Thus, the legend of Sylvia Plath continues to grow. The fact that her life was prematurely and voluntarily brought to an end, at the age of thirty, when she was on the threshold of a promising writing career, adds more spite and spice to her own tale as well as to her poetic tales. And many interesting myths have been constructed around her life and works.
This study is a thorough examination of the myriad myths and legends constructed around and about the life and writings of Sylvia Plath. The undeniable correlation between the life and work of Sylvia Plath is carefully worked out, evidencing the hypothesis that her life and writing ran a parallel course, each aiding and abetting the other. The study concludes with the assertion that despite the contradictory nature of these myths, the voice of Sylvia Plath remains convincing and formidable because of its ability to encompass, and not negate, vital contradictions.