Sylvia Plath Essay | An Evaluation of Nature Poetry in Reference to Plath, Huges and Keats.

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An Evaluation of Nature Poetry in Reference to Plath, Huges and Keats.

Summary: Compares the work of three poets, Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes and John Keats. Explores how each poet uses imagery and rhyming patterns. Provides brief biographical detail on each poet.
Throughout the essay I will be explaining what form of poetry meter is being used in certain poems, how imagery is detailed and explain rhyming patterns that have been used as well as giving my own analysis of my selected poems.

The first poet I want to look at is Sylvia Plath (1932-1963). Plath's work intrigues me, as does her life. After losing her farther at the age of eight, she suppressed her inner feelings and instead of reaching out to other people for comfort, she isolated herself with writing as her only expressive outlet. Then remarkably, Sylvia Plath had a poem published when she was only eight. Plath continued prolific writing through high school and won a scholarship to Smith College in 1950. This was the start of a life that would lead on to studying at the...

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