I remember a Seventeen magazine that advertised jewel-toned Caboodles and advice on how to kiss with braces.
Just a "few" years before that, they were publishing stories and poems by a teenage Sylvia Plath.
And we wonder why my generation is useless. #sylviaplath
"If neurotic is wanting two mutually exclusive things at one and the same time, then I'm neurotic as hell. I'll be flying back and forth between one mutually exclusive thing and another for the rest of my days."
-Sylvia Plath #sylviaplath
[My undying gratitude to anyone who can tell me what the subject of this post references. And no, it's not Gilmore girls related.] While I continue trudging through the adolescent emo mind of a young Ms. Plath, I figured I'd post some interesting facts about her. We'll start with what she is most well-known for. This article from BestFunFacts.com Young TalentSylvia Plath, who did not reach her 31st birthday, gained a status with the greatest 20th century American writers—as
Our next book is The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath. We get to delve into the innermost thoughts of, arguably, one of the most conflicted writers ever to depress the ever-lovin' shit out of us.
As the librarian said when she saw what book I was checking out... "This should be some cheerful reading."
So armed with a bottle of Prozac and a fifth of scotch to numb the pain... I go bravely into the dark mind of a genius. Let's hope I get out alive! #sylviaplath