American Lit, 1915-Present (2005)

3 Mar 2005
Plath, ''Daddy''

Sylvia Plath, '"Daddy" (1962)

Consider also her much less popular "Medusa".


In adding the Frost poem, did you remove from the list for Thursday the e.e. cummings poem "my father moved through dooms of love"? I just didn't see it on the list anymore and wondered if we still have to read it? I'm working on my blogs, and I just need to know if I ought to include it or not. Thanks.

Posted by: Karissa at February 28, 2005 6:09 PM

Does anyone know why my trackback isn't showing up on this page? I am pretty sure that I posted the correct URL on my page.

Suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks.

Posted by: KaylaTurano at March 2, 2005 11:13 PM

Karissa, I hadn't intended on removing it, but it looks like it's gone. I'll include it in the next batch of poetry -- my bad. (You can still include it in your portfolio -- it was here at one time.)

Posted by: Dennis G. Jerz at March 2, 2005 11:51 PM

I have done some research on Sylvia Plath's life and offer a different interpretation to this poem on my blog if anyone is interested. Please check it out! :)

Posted by: KaylaTurano at March 3, 2005 10:37 AM

You said "my bad." Hahahahahahahahaha... that's pretty humorous. Thanks for the reply, but I'm leaving it out since most everyone else did, too. I guess it was just confusing that it suddenly was MIA on this blog.

Posted by: Karissa at March 3, 2005 11:43 AM