by Sylvia Plath
Biography, poetry, and more. It's a great place to start if you're going down the Plath rabbit hole on the World Wide Web.
For a studious, academic approach to the poet, check out Modern American Poetry's offerings.
This one's got it all—a detailed bio, info on her writings, and even a collection of photographs.
Crooner Ryan Adams has a thing or two to sing about your new favorite poet.
We must admit: it's strange to hear this one in a dude's voice.
We couldn't find "Metaphors" in her voice (if you do, let us know!), but hopefully this one will satisfy your craving. The creepy video should help.
Check out the opening scene of her biopic, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, whose voice is, sadly, nothing like Sylvia's.
Here are the first scenes in Voices and Visions's take on Sylvia. Click on through for the rest of the documentary.
Here she is with Ted Hughes. Their marriage was not exactly hearts and roses.
Remember the days of the typewriter? Yeah, we don't either.
Plath's poems, in chronological order, to satisfy all your cravings for disturbing imagery and the female perspective.
See "Metaphors" in its native habitat.
Movies & TV
Paltrow sure looks the part, doesn't she?