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Ariel

Ariel

  

by Sylvia Plath

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

If she hadn't become a writer, Plath would have liked to become a doctor. But we're not gonna lie; we don't love the idea of a visit to Dr. Plath. (Source.)

Plath was an American ex-pat; she left America for England, just like poets Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot did a generation before. She held on tight to that American accent, though. (Source.)

Every year, Lady Godiva's famous ride is re-enacted by the people of Coventry. Check it out next time you're in merry old England. (Source.)

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