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Record identifier : 564298
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Ghanbar Ali Zadeh, Roghayeh
Title and statement of responsibility : Violence in sylvia plath's poetry [Thesis]/رقیه قنبرعلیزاده;supervisor: Dr. Arbab - sheerani;advisor: Dr. Haghighi
Language of the Item : eng
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : bibliographical P. 88 - 93
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts(M.A)
Body granting the degree : , College of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages Allameh Tabatabaei
Summary or Abstract : Some of the characteristics of modern poetry accoding to randal Jarrell are as follows: " forced emotion - violence ", " a tendency toward external formalessness and internal disorganization " which is necessary to depict " a disorganized age " and also " lack of restraint " and " the emphasis on the unconscious, dream - structure, the thoroughly subjective'. These are the features of the poetry of sylvia plath. If we consider poetry as a mirror held up to society, which in turn determines people's views and behaviour, the illustraion of tension and violence in modern poetry, Sylvia Plath's included, would become more understandable. Because it has taken on more subtle manifestations in the modern era, the violence has become more subtle and the people have become more helpless at its hands. Large scale massacres, though they may be happening from time to time, are not always intimately experienced, while domestic violence is too familiarly breathed in nearly by everybody everywhere. In Plath' s poetry these two find too many things in common to be discussed seperately. This study is an effort limited in scope to explore various levels of violence in a few of Plath's poems. The poems to be discussed here are taken from the two volumes winter trees and Ariel which contain her last poems. They are as follows: " Purdah ", " Lesbos ", " Three women: a poem for Three voices ", " Lady Lazarus ", " Daddy ", " Fever 103 " " stings ", " Death And Co ". References have also been made to her other works..
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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