Sylvia Plath and the Theatre of Mourning

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The history of Plath's reception as a writer has been beset by the language of scandal. Psychobiographical speculation, combined with the controversy surrounding the posthumous publication of her work, has dominated critical debate at the expense of her poetic achievement. In new contrast, Sylvia Plath and the Theatre of Mourning offers a theoretically informed yet extremely readable engagement with the texts themselves. The book challenges the critical tendency to see Plath's writing in `confessional' terms and draws attention to the crucial and hitherto neglected dimension of self-reflexivity. Christina Britzolakis argues that Plath developed a theatrical conception of the speaking subject which made the work of mourning inseparable from its performance in language: she shows how Plath explored the potentialities and limits of figurative language, and also engaged with the legacy of modernism, to arrive at this distinctive mode. Interweaving close reading and theoretical reflection, Sylvia Plath and the Theatre of Mourning constructs a framework of interpretation which attends to the formal complexity of the texts without detaching them either from their historical moment or from contemporary debates about language, gender, and subjectivity.

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Develops subtle and persuasive readings of Plath's work ( Years Work in English Studies)

Taken all in all, this is probably the most penetrating analysis of Plath since Jacqueline Rose's The Haunting of Sylvia Plath (1991) and Susan Van Dyne's Revising Life (1993). It belongs on the expanding shelf of essential Plath commentary. All Plath scholars will want to know it and to grapple with it's insights and contradictions. ( Steven Gould Axelrod, Criticism)

Christina Britzolakis, in her well-timed and useful study Sylvia Plath and the Theatre of Mourning, draws attention to Plath's frequent criticism of her own poetry throughout the journals ( Tim Kendall, Times Literary Supplement)

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