12 June 2007

Plath related materials in the Jean Valentine Papers

In the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, there is a small collection of materials related to Sylvia Plath by the poet Jean Valentine. The finding aid is online here.

The following description is from a subseries of prose materials: 6.8-6.9. Plath, Sylvia, 1995-1998, n.d.: letter to the editor of The New Yorker, an unpublished piece titled "Notes on Sylvia Plath", and clippings about Plath.

If anyone out there has seen this material, please let me know. Otherwise, I'll try to get access to it one day.

3 comments :

Annika Hagström said...

Dear Mr. Steinberg. First, I wanted to thank you for an interesting blog. Second, I was also wondering if you know if the Plath Symposium in October is open for the general public? I am a Swedish journalist and would be very interested to go just to listen to the discussions and the featured speakers.
Sincerly,
Annika Hagström

Peter K Steinberg said...

Dear Annika,

Thank you for writing. The Symposium is open to the public; although as far as I know, registration is still required. You could always write the organizers (click the to the Symposium on the sidebar).

If you are there, please introduce yourself to me.

Kind regards,
Peter

Annika said...

Dear Peter,

I have written to the organizers, but have not yet received an answer; I just basically wanted to know if there was any point of me planning on going. Thank you very much for your answer, hopefully I'll meet you in October!

Sincerly,
Annika

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