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Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes were together for six yrs.


Two; Frieda and Nicholas Hughes.


Sylvia Plath married British Poet Laureate Ted Hughes. They were married from 1956 until her suicide in 1963.


Plath married a fellow poet, Ted Hughes.


Yes and their names were Frieda and Nicholas Hughes Yes and their names were Frieda and Nicholas Hughes


Sylvia Plath is 5' 9".


Sylvia Plath went by Sivvy.



Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932.


Sylvia Plath wrote 121 poems.


Sylvia Plath died February 11, 1963.


plaths father was otto plath who had arguments with plath


Sylvia Plath wrote the poem in opposition to her husband, Ted Hughes' game shooting. It was written after she realises Hughes' marital infidelity. Using the pheasant as a representation of her marriage with Ted Hughes, she pleads with him that the pheasant(their love) not to be killed. Love is special like the pheasant, unique, as she describes in the poem, but she feels troubled with it's presence. Plath reveals herself to be an intruder of love - she has never really accustomed to love and recalls her uneasiness with Hughes.


Ted Hughes was an English poet and a children's writer He was also married to Sylvia Plath. They had a son called Nicholas who commited suicide at age 47.


It is a quote from her journal, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath.


Sylvia Plath was 30 years old when she killed herself.


Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) lived to be 31 years old.


Sylvia Plath died on February 11, 1963 at the age of 30.


Nick Hughes was a famous fisheries expert and the son of the poets Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. He killed himself in March 2009 and it has since been claimed that he was depressed.


Sylvia Plath wrote The Bell Jar under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas


Poet, Ted Hughes, had three children. His first two children, with wife Sylvia Plath, were Frieda Hughes and Nicholas Hughes. After Plath's death he had one child with his partner Assia Wevill, Alexandra.


Sylvia Plath won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for her poetry in 1982, nineteen years after her 1963 death by suicide. Her husband, late Poet Laureate of England Ted Hughes, selected representative works for an anthology, The Collected Poems.


Sylvia Plath, the poet, did not have any sisters. The only sibling she had was a younger brother named Warren.


Yes, in fact Sylvia Plath was the first poet to win a Pultzer Prize for The Collected Poems.


Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932 and died on February 11, 1963. Sylvia Plath would have been 30 years old at the time of death or 82 years old today.



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