Except that it is true, I cannot imagine how it could really happen that Sylvia Plath's greatest personal detractor, Olwyn Hughes, could become and remain her literary executor.
I just commented at the article. I held back from saying it here at the time, but I will now:This is corruption. Except that it is true, I cannot imagine how it could really happen that Sylvia Plath's greatest personal detractor, Olwyn Hughes, could become her literary executor.Too may very odd things about this matter. I no longer believe that Assia and Sylvia both just happened to have almost identical suicide styles. Honestly, who sticks her head in the oven. You've got to get your head way in there, and block the gas from escaping, all while you are becoming paralyzed by the gas. People have always wondered about Ted. But it seems from this interview that Olwyn pulled his strings. What she lost emotionally in having to share her brother with Sylvia and then Assia, she has tried to gain back monetarily. This interview shows motive.
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