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Sylvia Plath: the tortured artist?

Kathleen Coggshall, MD University of California, San Francisco, United States The image of a chain-smoking, booze-addled writer is a common one, occurring so frequently in modern culture that one begins to wonder if depressed people find solace in creative endeavors, or if the soul-searching process of crafting a sonnet or composing a musical piece puts […]