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Elaine Showalter
Hatchet job of the year: Sylvia Plath described by Terry Castle. .
Five decades after her death Sylvia Plath continues to provoke inflaming conflict and scandal—and no more corrosively than among those who care most intensely about her. Nothing about her life or...
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David Herman 24 Jun 13
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Sorry to disagree but Terry Castle has form in nasty pieces about better women writers (Sontag now Plath). Bad habit.
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Ben Detrick 24 Jun 13
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"vulpine" doesn't mean "vulture-like."
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🦇quiet bat person🦇 24 Jun 13
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With Castle and the ongoing disaster that is Tim Parks, I wish I still had an NYRB subscription so I could cancel it.
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