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Sylvia Plath wrote The Bell Jar.
Thisis a quote from Sylvia Plath's 1977 book 'Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams' It is a book of short poems and stories (prose) available from Amazon.com
Sylvia Tascher has written: 'Chemistry Trivia Book I'
Sylvia Plath is the only person to win a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Plath received an award for an anthology of her work, The Collected Poems (Harper & Row), in 1982, nineteen years after her death by suicide. Plath's husband, late Poet Laureate of England Ted Hughes, oversaw publication of her work.
Sylvia Dryhurst Lynd has written: 'The chorus' -- subject- s -: Accessible book 'Sylvia Lynd'
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That depends on the genre of book as each genre differs in terms of it's themes.
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i found many themes in this book, varying anywhere from youth, to religion, to manipulation, to friendship. the list goes on and on of all the themes that mark twain put into this book.
The Glory Field is a book with specific themes. The two main themes of this book are inner strength and family ties.
Some of the themes in the book Divine Madnness are Thriller Action and Spy Novel
The key themes of the book of Isaiah are 1. Food 2. having friends 3. watching teletubbies
Lily's Crossing has many themes, there are many aspects of this book. The theme can be the "Importance of family", "Friendship is dependent on sacrifices". There can be other themes for this book.
the two major themes are self discovery, and overcoming adversity.
The themes of Dear John are love, fantasy, youth and age.
Three themes from the book Of Mice and Men are dreams and hope, the weak preying on the weaker, and friendship and companionship.
There are many themes that are found in the book, 'The Octoroon.' These themes are mainly life lessons that include love, jealousy, and greed.
Paradise lostAnother answer:If you liked Catcher in the Rye then you may also like these books:The Bell Jar by Sylvia PlathThe Outsiders by S. E. HintonTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeOne Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken KeseyThe Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark TwainLord of the Flies by William GoldingThe Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
there are many themes in the adventures of tom sawyer from friendship, romance, and manipulationi found many themes in this book, varying anywhere from youth, to religion, to manipulation, to friendship. the list goes on and on of all the themes that mark twain put into this book.
the themes are hatred, relationships and making decisions .
Some themes in the book is are loyalty and trust.
Pyewacket was the name of the cat in the movie Bell Book and Candle.
The Bell Curve Debate - book - was created in 1995.
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