The Journals of Sylvia Plath (FIRST EDITION)
FIRST EDITION  THE DIAL PRESS
Wear to dust jacket and a couple of some small tears to edges. Book looks and reads beautifully.
No other major contemporary American writer has inspired such intense curiosity about her life as Sylvia Plath. Now the intimate and eloquent personal diaries of the twentieth century's most important female poet reveal for the first time the true story behind "The Bell Jar" and her tragic suicide at thirty. They paint, as well, a revealing portrait of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose stature has seldom been equalled.