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Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932, in Boston, Massachusetts. On April 27, 1935, Plath’s brother Warren was born, and in 1936 the family moved from 24 Prince Street in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, to 92 Johnson Avenue, Winthrop, Massachusetts. Otto Plath died on November 5, 1940, a week and a half after Plath’s eighth birthday, of complications following the amputation of a foot due to untreated diabetes. He had become ill shortly after a close friend died of lung cancer.
In 1950, Plath attended Smith College and excelled academically. She wrote to her mother, “The world is splitting open at my feet like a ripe, juicy watermelon”. She survived this first suicide attempt after lying unfound in a crawl space for three days, later writing that she “blissfully succumbed to the whirling blackness that I honestly believed was eternal oblivion. She spent the next six months in psychiatric care, receiving more electric and insulin shock treatment under the care of Dr. Plath first met poet Ted Hughes on February 25, 1956, at a party in Cambridge. I happened to be at Cambridge.
I was sent there by the government on a government grant. And I’d read some of Ted’s poems in this magazine and I was very impressed and I wanted to meet him. I went to this little celebration and that’s actually where we met Then we saw a great deal of each other. Ted came back to Cambridge and suddenly we found ourselves getting married a few months later We kept writing poems to each other. Plath described Hughes as “a singer, story-teller, lion and world-wanderer” with “a voice like the thunder of God.