Anne Sexton

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A confessional poetess with a multi-addiction disorder—alcohol and benzodiazepines—and tempestuous life-style whose prominence as a feminist heroine and author was partly due to encouragement by her psychotherapist. She committed suicide in 1974 at age 45
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I think of Anne Sexton as a sister whose work tells us what in ourselves we have to fight, in ourselves and in the images patriarchy has held up to us.
Some of the most famous that come immediately to mind are "Lady Lazarus" by Sylvia Plath, "Her Kind" by Anne Sexton, "Morning Swim" by you, "Diving Into the Wreck" by Adrienne Rich, and "Mock Orange" by Louise Gluck.
Plath's letters to Sexton ("I have them now, of course," says Sexton in "The Bar Fly Ought to Sing") are in the Anne Sexton Papers at the University of Texas at Austin.
A daughter of the poet Anne Sexton, who suffered from severe depression and committed suicide when Linda was 21, Linda began to have mood swings when she struggled with disciplining her children.
In addition we are pleased to announce that Anne Sexton, MD has joined us and will enhance our clinical protocol development and review, auditing, and medical monitoring capabilities.
Poems by Billy Collins, Mark Conway, Anne Sexton, May Swenson, and Charles Wright are included here with others.
The Starry Night by Anne Sexton inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night
It might be difficult to conceive of Anne Sexton as building
Oh, I was saying that Anne Sexton was very influential to me with her very original images.
It is thoroughly researched and uses examples from the many renditions of the story, including the familiar Grimm fairy tale and modern tales by Anne Sexton and Raoul Dahl.
Anne Sexton used to call her asylum a jail/I don't want to know how this brother earned his cell.
Right now I'm reading Anne Sexton, which is slightly depressing.