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Vol. 7 No. 2 (2004)

Lady Lazarus Revisited: Reflections of a psychiatrist on the poetry and illness of Sylvia Plath

  • Laszlo Varga, M.D., Ph.D.
October 27, 2020




  1. The Plath Celebration: A Partial Dissent, by Irvin Howe in Sylvia Plath: The Woman and the Work, by Ed. E. Butcher, Dodd Mead & Co. New York 1977.
  2. Bitter Fame, by Ann Stevenson, Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1989.
  3. Introduction in Ariel Ascending, by P. Alexander, Editor by Harper & Row, New York 1955,
  4. The Interpretation of Schizophrenia, by S. Arieti, by Basic Books, New York 1955 (First Edition).
  5. Bitter Fame (ibid.).
  6. The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath (pseudonym of Victoria Lucas) by Heinemann, London , 1963.
  7. Virgil: Aeneid "Let someone arise from my bones as an avenger".
  8. The Journals of Sylvia Plath, by Ed. F. McCullough by Dial Press, New York 1982.
  9. Ariel, Poems by Sylvia Plath by Harpers & Row, New York 1961.
  10. An Intractable Metal, by H. Wendler in Ariel Ascending (ibid.).
  11. Sylvia Plath, A Memoir, by A. Avarez in Ariel Ascending (ibid.).


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