Vol. 2, Issue 3 (2016)
The paper informs us about Sylvia Plath's Sensible Conscience and how does she cope with many ups and downs in her life. She makes use of poetic genre to reveal her philosophy and life style. Plath expressed her deep feelings about death, nature, identity, and her opinion about the world. She believed that writing is one of the highest forms of art that pleases the sense of the human beings. Sylvia Plath adopted the Confessional mode to express her turbid life, depressed self, etc. In confessional writings, the writer candidly admits his or her past experiences, frustrations, desires, motives, failures, triumphs and all those things which require courage to admit. Confessional art persuades to writer to face his or her real self and to try to console himself or herself by his or her own faults.
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