Sylvia Plath | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Gene Ballif

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Sylvia Plath.
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Critical Essay by Gene Ballif

[I think] that the so called "religious" motifs of [Plath's] "Mystic" have nothing to do with religion or religious spirituality or the supernatural as commonly conceived, but rather with the only variety of religious experience she knew and perhaps believed she ever would know: the "mystical union" of her "great love" and the creative mania that seized her up in the wake of its rupture and left her with a sense of something worse than "total neutrality," a sense of utter annihilation.

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This section contains 918 words
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