The following is an attempt to explore those symbolic itineraries along which Sylvia Plath engages in her work, as possible answers to her existential Angst; it is meant to unveil the deep coherence of her poetic imaginary, to account for its continuities and discontinuities, while bringing to light a particular human drama. pp. 107–119

Keywords: imaginary, itinerary, Doppelgänger

Remus Bejan
Ovidius University, Romania

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