Badia discusses a wide range of texts and issues whose significance has gone largely unnoticed, including the many book reviews that have been written about Plath's publications; films and television shows that depict young Plath readers; editorials and fan tributes written about Plath; and Ted and daughter Frieda Hughes's writings about Plath's estate and audience.
The essays in Janet Badia's Sylvia Plath and the Mythology of Women Readers are tightly wound around the central thesis that there is a "reliance of literary and popular culture on the tropes meant to Sylvia Plath and the Mythology of Women Readers. Janet Badia.
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Notes pp. Index pp.
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