Plath's unquiet slumbers
Poet Laureate Ted Hughes' latest book of poems, 'Birthday Letters,' is a lyric, tragic memoir of his life with his late wife, Sylvia Plath. Plath's readers, critics and biographers have been debating the issue of 'ownership' of her life and work with Hughes and his sister Olwyn, the managers of her literary estate, since she committed suicide in Feb. 1963. Hughes expresses his conflicting desires as editor and censor of Plath's work in the poems in 'Birthday Letters,' countering criticism of his role in Plath's life while expressing both mourning and admiration for her gift.
Publication Name: Times Higher Education Supplement
Jostens Inc. securities need not attract unusual attention but will have value to income-oriented investors or those interested in long term investment. The school products and supplies and jewelry company stocks pay better than average dividends. Although Jostens has made a poor start for fiscal year 1997, their grasp on the school products market is expected to grow this year and for future years when school enrollments are predicted to rise.
Publication Name: The Value Line Investment Survey (Part 3 - Ratings & Reports)
Subject: Business, general
From soup to huts
The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is traditionally celebrated in an outside lean-to called a sukkah. Soup is a good dish to keep guests warm. Recipes detailed include roasted borscht and tomato-and-quinoa risotto.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
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