Sylvia Plath Mad Girl's Love Song Analysis

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Sylvia Plath , not being the only American writer, was considered to be the best dramatization writer. Her childhood was like everybody’s , a childhood full of books and a desire to touch the sky with their fingertips . Sylvia Plath’s works were phenomenal, which were based on her life.Sylvia Plath was a great writer that ended her life at a young age, but who is now honored as been the “patron saint of self-dramatization” and self pity. Sylvia Plath was born during the Great Depression on October 27,1932 in Jamaica Plain, Boston Massachusetts. Her parents were Aurelia Schober Plath, the first generation American of Austrian descent ,and Otto Emile Plath, an immigrant from Grabow, Germany.In April 1935 Sylvia’s brother Warren …show more content…
This poem was created at the same time as “The Bell Jar” right before Sylvia’s first suicide attempt in August 1953. This poem narrates a conversation between the poet and the reader, where the poet is telling the reader that if she closed her eyes ,she will forget about the world,and get in her own. In her world where the real world did not existed ,somewhere calmed ,and there is no sound. Then the poet says that if she open her eyes ,everything would come back , the world that disappeared when she closed her eyes. The third and closing line describes a personal thought about a person made it up in the mind that we could somehow assume been a man. This poem basically describes a girl’s thoughts about her perfect made up man, a man to whom she gave all her love and left her alone . She is mad and angry because she committed a sin and she was alone. She also was being insane by trying to convince herself that her lover didn’t exist. “Mad girl’s love song “ is a great poem in which Sylvia’s religious thoughts about Purity and sins are being expressed. Sylvia’s overtone in the poem tells me that she was against premarital relationships and the belief in a woman’s …show more content…
Right now she could be enjoying her family, her grandkids. She did miss so many things, but her suicide and suicide attempts was what brought her writings to live. All her works are based on suicide , and I am sure if she hadn’t been through all that she won’t be able to write all her works. Her works are so detailed that you can really see what she went through. What hurt her the most was what brought her to fame. She became famous by writing to the world how she felt. Sylvia was a writer just like Emily Dickinson who had came famous just after their death. After they died is when they realized that their works were great , just at that point is when they finally understand them. There is when everything sinks in , why she died. Her works were her diaries ,and they had written in them Sylvia’s thoughts on a suicide attempt. Her works said

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