Objects & Places from The Silent Woman: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes

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Massachusetts - Sylvia Plath was born and raised in this state.

University of Michigan - Authors Anne Stevenson and Janet Malcolm both attended this college.

Smith College - Sylvia Plath attended this university and also had a short stint teaching there.

England - Sylvia made this country her permanent home after she married Ted Hughes.

Devon - After Ted Hughes left Sylvia, she lived in a flat in this county with her two children.

23 Fitzroy Road - Sylvia lived her final days in a flat at this location.

Plath Library - Olwyn Hughes was named the literary agent for this collection after Sylvia's death.

Paris - Olwyn Hughes left her position in this location to help Ted with his children after Sylvia died.

The Haunting of Sylvia Plath - This book was written by Jacqueline Rose.

Bitter Fame - This was the biography written by Anne Stevenson...

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