Sylvia Plath’s Food Diary Is… the Happiest Place on Twitter?

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By Kayla Kibbe If you know nothing else about Sylvia Plath, you probably know how she died. While she remains one of the best known and most beloved American poets, hers is a literary legacy often overshadowed by her death, the mental health struggles that led to it and her troubled marriage to fellow poet Ted Hughes. As readers, or even just members of a general public in which it is hard to avoid being aware of Plath to some degree, we tend to assume she lived as she died: a cold, consistently depressed shell of a woman, a ghost even when she was alive. This is, in part, because of the trans…

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