Sylvia Plath's Pod steklyannym kolpakom

If you know anything about me, it is that I enjoy foreign editions of Sylvia Plath's novel The Bell Jar. So recently I saw for sale a copy of the novel in Russian, a language I previously did not have, for a reasonable price.


You may be able to see some tape and label on the spine. This is an ex-library copy of the novel, withdrawn from circulation from the Boston Public Library. This particular edition dates from 2000.

Having a Russian edition makes me really happy given Esther Greenwood's envy of the Russian interpreter who knew so many idioms and her foray with Constantine.

This cover has been added to the Translations book cover page of A celebration, this is.

Here are the rest of my Bell Jars.


All links accessed 18 January 2019.

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