Check out this brief but illuminating intro to the poet for the skinny on her life and work.
And by criticism, we mean analysis, written by fancy pants, elbow-patched professors.
Check out the trailer for the 2003 film, starring Gwyneth Paltrow.
It's neat to hear the poem in her own voice, if you can get past the super creepy video, and the few places where she's tweaked the lines
Whaddya know? Another super creepy video.
She gives us chills. What about you?
…sings his song "Sylvia Plath."
What are you looking at, Syl?
Plath and her husband in 1956, looking not unhappy.
Here's some insight on what makes her tick.
Find 'em all here.
If you like her poetry, you'll love her novel.
Want to know what she was really thinking? Crack open Plath's journals for the exclusive scoop.
Where "Lady Lazarus" first hit the scene.
Check out the original manuscript here to get in touch with the poems as Sylvia saw them.
A biopic featuring Gwyneth Paltrow and James Bond, oops we mean Daniel Craig.
This one's based on Plath's shocking novel.