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Programs & Services: Publications: Collection Guides: Sylvia Plath Papers

INDEX TO POETRY AND PROSE MANUSCRIPTS

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z

Above the Oxbow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

Admonition: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7; Plath mss. II, enclosed in Sylvia Plath to Aurelia Schober Plath, Apr. 22, 1953. [See also Trio of Love Songs]

Adolescence: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Advice for an Artificer: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Aftermath: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Age of Anxiety and the Escape from Freedom: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Agony of Will: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

All I Can Tell You Is about the Fog: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

All the Dead Dears: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8,f.8.

Alone and Alone in the Woods Was I: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7. [See also Youth]

Among the Bumblebees: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

Among the Shadow Throngs: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

Among the tall deep-rooted grasses: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Anthology of American Poetry: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Apology to an April Satyr. See Apology to Pan

Apology to Pan: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Apotheosis: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7. [See also To a Jilted Lover]

Apparel for April: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7; enclosed in SP to ASP, Feb. 2, 1955

Apple Blossoms: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6

April: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

April Aubade: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7. [See also Spring Sacrament]

April 18: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Aquatic Nocturne: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Arrowsmith: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Artistic Description: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

The Arts in America: 1954. Collage by a Collegian: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

Atmosphere in the Short Story: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Attic View: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

August night: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.7.

Autumn Portrait: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.


B. and K. at the Claridge's: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

The Babysitters: Plath mss., Oct. 29, 1961

A Ballad: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Ballad Banale: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Bathtub Battle Scene: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Battle-Scene from the Comic Operatic Fantasy The Seafarer. See Bathtub Battle Scene

Beach Plum Season on Cape Cod: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

The Beast: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Bed Book: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961

The Beekeeper's Daughter: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Beggars: Plath mss., n.d.; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Beggars of Benidorm Market. See The Beggars

The Bell Jar: Plath mss., on versos of The Babysitters, Oct. 29, 1961; Plath mss., n.d.

Bereft: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Bitter Strawberries: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Black Pine Tree in an Orange Light: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Black Rook in Rainy Weather: Plath mss., on verso of The Babysitters, Oct. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Blackberrying: Plath mss., Sept. 23, 1961

Blue Moles: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Blue shingled rooftops slippery with rain: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8.

Bluebeard: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12; Plath mss. II, on verso of Tomorrow Begins Today, Box 8, f.19.

A Book of Dead Poems. See Stillborn

The breath of my body steams up to me, I am warm: Plath mss., on verso of Stillborn, n.d.

Brief Encounter: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

The Brink: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.10.

The Bronze Boy: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.8; Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Oct. 8, 1951.

The Bull of Bendylaw: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Burnt-out Spa: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.


Camp Helen Storrow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Candles: Plath mss., Oct. 17, 1960; Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Carnival: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Carnival Nocturne: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Change-About in Mrs. Cherry's Kitchen: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11

Channel Crossing: Plath II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Mar. 9, 1956.

"Character is Fate:" Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Character of Zeus in Prometheus Bound: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Chaucer: The Most Versatile of Fourteenth Century English Poets: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Checkmate: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9; Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Chef d'Oeuvre: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Chiaroscuro and Counterpoint: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

Childhood Fears: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Child's Park Stones: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

The Christmas Heart: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

Cinderella: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Circus in Three Rings: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

City Streets: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

City Wife: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Class Song - 1950: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Closet Drama: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9; Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Coincidentally Yours: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

[Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas]: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Colossus: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f. 8.

The Companionable Ills: Plath mss., on verso of Stars Over the Dordogne, n.d.; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Complaint: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Complaint of the Crazed Queen: Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 29, 1956.

The Complex Couch: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12.

Crime Doesn't Pay: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.

Crossing the Equinox: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.9.


D.H. Lawrence: The Tree of Knowledge Versus The Tree of Life: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4

"Damn Braces. Bless Relaxes:" Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Danse Macabre: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Dark House: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Dark River: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

The Dark River [short story]: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

Darwin, Marx, Wagner: an Essay: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

A Day in June: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

The Day Mr. Prescott Died: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

The Dead: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 16, 1954.

Dear Sylvia: Lameyer mss.

Den of Lions: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

Denouement: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Departure: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Departure of the Ghost: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Desert Love Song: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7. See also Desert Song]

Desert Song: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10. [See also Desert Love Song]

The Desperate Hours: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

The Destructive Power of Genius in Four of Ibsen's Plays: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

The Devil's Advocate: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Device of the Dream Vision in Chaucer and a Few Comparisons: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Dialogue: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.11.

Dialogue En Route: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Dialogue over a Ouija Board; A Verse Dialogue: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Dirge: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10. [See also Lament.]

Dirge for a Joker: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Dirge for a Maiden Aunt. See Dirge for Abigail.

Dirge for Abigail: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Dirge in Three Parts: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Lameyer mss.

The Dispossessed: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

The Disquieting Muses: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Doom of Exiles: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 16, 1954

Doomsday: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

The Drama of Yeats and Synge: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

The Dream: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Dream with Clam Diggers: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.

Dreams: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Dualism of Thomas Mann: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

The Dying Witch Addresses Her Young Apprentice: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.10.


The Earth Had Wilted in the Heat: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Earthbound: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

East Wind: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

Edith Sitwell and the Development of Her Poetry: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.7.

Elegy: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Elizabeth. See Elizabeth in April

Elizabeth in April: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

Ella Mason and Her Eleven Cats: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Enchantment: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

English: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

The English Bike: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

Ennui: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12.

Ennui: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11. [not same poem as above]

Epitaph for Fire and Flower: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Oct. 2, 1956.

Epitaph in Three Parts: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Equilibrists: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

The Estonian. See The Latvian.

Eve Describes Her Birthday Party: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12. [See also To the Boy Inscrutable as God]

The Eye-Mote: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.


Face Lift: Plath mss., Feb. 15, 1961

The Fairy Scarf: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Family Reunion: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

The Farewell: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

Faun: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8. [See also Metamorphosis]

Female Author: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

The Fifteen Dollar Eagle: Plath mss., n.d.

Finality: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

Finisterre: Plath mss., Sept. 29, 1961

Fire and Frost: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

Fireside Reveries: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Firesong: Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 29, 1956.

First Date: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

"Fish in Unruffled Lakes:" Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Flute Notes from a Reedy Pond: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Fog: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11.

Four Tragedies of Corneille: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

Frog Autumn: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

From the Memoirs of a Baby Sitter: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

Full Fathom Five: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.11; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.


The Ghost's Leavetaking: Plath mss., on verso of Blackberrying, Sept. 23, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Go Get the Goodly Squab: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

gold mouths cry with the green young. See The Bronze Boy

A Golden Afternoon: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Golden Season: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

gone is the river: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

The Grackles: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Gramercy Park: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

The Green Rock: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

"Guess where its heaven to be a girl:" Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.


Hand Song. See Words for a Nursery

The Hanging Man: Plath mss., June 27, 1960

A Happy Excursion; (Conversation Continued): Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Hardcastle Crags: Plath mss., June 24, 1958; and on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8. [See also Night Walk]

Harlequin Love Song: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Have You Forgotten?: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Heat: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

Heavy Women: Plath mss., Feb. 22, 1961

Henryson: as a "Scottish Chaucerian:" Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

The Hermit as Outermost House: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Home Is Where the Heart Is: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.12.

Home Thoughts from London: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1960

The House of the Seven Gables; Project: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f. 1.

housewife: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Hughes, Ted. Many a weary weary day: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.9.

  • Meet My Folks: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.
  • My Brother Bert: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961.
  • My Father: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.
  • My Mother: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.
  • Parlour-Piece: Plath mss. II, on verso of Some Notes on Hume's Enquiries..., Box 13, f.4.
  • Pike: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f. 9.
  • Squirrel in January: Plath mss., on verso of In Plaster, n.d.
  • Thistles: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f. 9.

Humoresque: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

humpty-dumpty: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.


I Am an American: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

I Am Vertical: Plath mss., Mar. 28, 1961

I Do What You Wish, But Without Abandoning the Desire: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

I Found a Little Fairy: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Mar. 20, 1942.

I have a little fairy: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Mar. 20, 1942.

I Have Found the Perfect World: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

I Lied for Love: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.13.

I put my fingers in my ears: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

I Reach Out: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

I Thought That I Could Not Be Hurt: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

I Want, I Want: Plath mss., on verso of Blackberrying, Sept. 23, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8

Ice Age: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Ice Age: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12. [not same poem as above]

The Ideal: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

The Ideal Summer: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

The Imagery in Patterns: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

In Frost Time. See Private Ground

In Memoriam: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

"In Memory of Major Robert Gregory:" Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

In Passing: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

In Plaster: Plath mss., n.d.

In Retrospect; A Plea for Moderation: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

In the Corner of My Garden: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

In This Field We Wander Through: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Incident: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Informative Description: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Initiation: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Insolent Storm Strikes at the Skull: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

Insomniac: Plath mss., May 1961

Interlude: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Invalid: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.

The Island; a Radio Play by Mary Ventura and Sylvia Plath: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

The It-Doesn't-Matter-Suit (Max Nix and the Mustard Suit): Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Item: Stolen, One Suitcase: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.12.


Jilted: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Joy: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.


King Lear: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

King Richard III: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Kitchen Interlude: Plath mss. II, appended to Not Here, Box 8, f.1.

The Kitchen of the Fig Tree: Plath mss., on verso of Face Lift, Feb. 15, 1961


Kristin Lavransdatter: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

The Lady & the Earthenware Head: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Feb. 8, 1957

Lament: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7. [See also Dirge]

Last Words: Plath mss., Oct. 21, 1961

The Latter-Day Saints: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

The Latvian: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Latvian Lament. See Seek No More the Young

Latvian Threnody. See Seek No More the Young

Leaves from a Cambridge Notebook: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

Leaving Early: Plath mss., Sept. 25, 1960

Let the Rain Fall Gently: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Letters Home: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f. 3-11.

A Life: Plath mss., Nov. 18, 1960; Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961

"A Life Beyond Life:" Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Literature Versus Dogma: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Lonely Song: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Lorelei: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Love Is a Parallax: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Love Letter: Plath mss., Oct. 16, 1960


Mad Girl's Love Song: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Maenad: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Magi: Plath mss., n.d.; Plath mss., on verso of The Babysitters, Oct. 29, 1961

The Magic Mirror; A Study of the Double in Two of Dostoevsky's Novels: Plath mss. II, Box 11, f.1.

Man in Black: Plath mss., on verso of The Rival, July 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Manor Garden: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Many a weary weary day, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f. 9.

March: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

March 15 Muse: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12.

March 21: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

marcia: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Marie: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Mary Jane's Passport: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Mary Ventura: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

The Matisse Chapel: Plath mss. II, on versos of The Character of Zeus in Prometheus Bound, Box 13, f.4.

Maudlin: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

May. See Interlude

A May Morning: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

Medallion: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Meet My Folks, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.

Metamorphosis: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP. Apr. 19, 1956. [See also Faun]

Metamorphosis of the Moon: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Metaphors: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Midnight Snow: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Mid-summer Mobile: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Mirror: Plath mss., Oct. 23, 1961

Missing Mother: Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Sept. 9, 1947

The Mistake: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Modern Tragedy in the Classic Tradition: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

The Moon and the Yew Tree: Plath mss., Oct. 22, 1961

Moonrise: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Moonsong at Morning: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

A Morning in the Agora: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

Morning in the Hospital Solarium: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Morning Song: Plath mss., Feb. 19, 1961; Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961

Mornings of Mist: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6; Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, July 19, 1946

Motherly Love: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13.

Mrs. Dalloway: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

The Mummy's Tomb: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

Mushrooms: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Mussel Hunter at Rock Harbor: Plath mss. II, Box 7, f.13; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

My Brother Bert, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961.

My Father, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.

My Mother, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961.


Neither Moonlight Nor Starlight: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

Never Try to Know More Than You Should: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

Never Try to Trick Me with a Kiss: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

neveryou: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

The New Day: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

New England Library: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1, 6.

New England Winter Without Snow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

The New Girl: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.15.

A New Idiom: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8

Night Shift: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Night Thoughts. See Small hours

Night Walk: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1. [See also Hardcastle Crags]

Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Nocturne. See Hardcastle Crags

Nostalgia. See Reverie

Not Here: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

Notes on Zarathustra's Prologue: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

Notes to a Neophyte: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.


Obsession: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

October: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Ode for Ted: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Apr. 21. 1956

Ode on a Bitten Plum: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

On Chaucer's House of Fame: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

On Deck: Plath mss., July 1960

On Looking into the Eyes of a Demon Lover: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1, 7.

On the Decline of Oracles: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

On the Difficulty of Conjuring up a Dryad: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

On The Elevation Of Reason: Some Notes Concerning the Cambridge Platonists,

Whichcote and Smith: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

On the Futility of a Lexicon: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

On the Plethora of Dryads: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.1.

Othello's Jealousy: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Ouija: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Outline for Studying an Anthology: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Owl: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.


P. N.: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Pagan Song: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Paradox: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Parallax: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 22, 1953 [See also Trio of Love Songs]

Parliament Hill Fields: Plath mss., Feb. 11, 1961

Parlour-Piece, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss. II, on verso of Some Notes on Hume's Enquiries..., Box 13, f.4.

Passion as Destiny in Racine's Plays: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

Patience: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Pearls of Dew (Chant): Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Perfect Set-Up: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.

A Peripatetic Sonnet (by a Peripatetic Smith Girl). See Sonnet: The Suitcases Are Packed Again

Persecuted: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Perseus:The Triumph of Wit over Suffering: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Piers Plowman: A Few Observations and Comparisons: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Pike, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.9.

Place: A bedroom, Saturday night, in June: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.

Plant a little seedling: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Mar. 20, 1942

Platinum Summer: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.

Point Shirley: Plath mss., on verso of Finisterre, Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Poppy Day at Cambridge: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.1.

Portrait: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Portrait D'une Jeune Fille: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Prcis: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

The Princess and the Goblins: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7.

Private Ground: Plath mss., Feb. 25, 1961; Plath mss., on verso of In Plaster, n.d.

Prologue to Spring: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2, 7.

Pursuit: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Mar. 9, 1956.


Queen Mary's Rose Garden: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961

Question: Plath mss. II Box 8, f.2.

The Question of Tragedy in Chekhov's Plays: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.


Rain: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Recognition: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Reflection: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Reflections on the Quester Legend: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Religion as I See It: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

[Religious Beliefs]: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Reverie: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Rhyme for a Nursery. See Words for a Nursery

Riddle: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

The Rival: Plath mss., July 1961

Romeo and Juliet: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

rondeau: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2.

Rondeau Redouble: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.2, 7.

Room in the World: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.


Sarah: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.

The Scarlet Beacon: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Scullion's Dream: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sculptor: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Sea Symphony: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3, 6.

Second Winter: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3, 7.

Seek No More the Young: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

The Sensuous Imagery in the Canterbury Tales: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

The Shadow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.16.

Silver Thread: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Sleep in the Mojave Desert: Plath mss., n.d.

The Sleepers: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Slow, slow, the rhythm of the moon: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Small Hours: Plath mss., Feb. 21, 1961

Smith College in Retrospect: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

The Smoky Blue Piano: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.17

Snakecharmer: Plath mss., on verso of The Rival, July 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3, 8.

The Snowflake Star: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

The Snowman on the Moor: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Snowstorms: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Social Life without Sororities: A Profile of Smith College: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Solo: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Some Few Observations on "Disagreeables" in the Plays of Webster and Tourneur: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

Some Notes on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Some Notes on Coleridge's Aids to Reflection: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Some Notes on Hobbs' Leviathan: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Some Notes on Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity (Books 1-3): Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Some Notes on Hume's Enquiries Concerning Human Understanding and The Principles of Morals: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Some Notes on the Gorgias: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.4.

Some Observations on Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.

Some Observations On The City of God: Plath mss II, Box 13 f.3

Some Preliminary Notes on Plato and Popper: Concerning The Republic: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

Somebody and We: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Song: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Apr. 21, 1956; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3. [See also Triolet Frivole]

Song for a Thaw: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Song of a Superfluous Spring: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Song of Eve: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3, 7.

Song of the Daydreamer: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Song of the Wild Geese. See Wild Geese

Sonnet. See To Eva

Sonnet: Crossing the Equinox. See Crossing the Equinox

Sonnet: Doom of Exiles. See Doom of Exiles

Sonnet for a Green-Eyed Sailor: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3; Lameyer mss.

Sonnet: The Dead. See The Dead

Sonnet: The Suitcases Are Packed Again: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sonnet: To a Dissembling Spring. See To a Dissembling Spring

Sonnet to a Shade: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sonnet: To Eva. See To Eva

Sonnet to Satan: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sonnet: To Time. See To Time

A Sorcerer Bids Farewell to Seem: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sorrow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sow: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8; Plath mss. IV; Ted Hughes mss., 1960

The Spectrum of F. Scott Fitzgerald; A Study of Color Imagery in Tender Is the Night Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Spinning Song: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Spinster: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Spring Again: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Spring Sacrament: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3. [See also April Aubade]

Spring Sketching in Paris: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Spring Song to a Housewife: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Squirrel in January, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss., on verso of In Plaster, n.d.

Stardust: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.17.

Stars at Lacan. See Stars Over the Dordogne

Stars Over the Dordogne: Plath mss., n.d.

Steely-Blue Crags: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Stillborn: Plath mss., n.d.

The Stoic: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Stone Boy with Dolphin: Plath mss. II, Box 8 f.17.

The Stones: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Stranger: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

The stream, from a subterranean: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Strindberg: Tragic Concept and Dramatic Form: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.2.

Strumpet Song: Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 29, 1956; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Suburban Nocturne: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.17.

Suicide off Egg Rock: Plath mss., on verso of Blackberrying, Sept. 23, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Summer Street: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.3.

Sunday at the Minton's: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.18.

Superman and Paula Brown's New Snowsuit: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.18.

The Surgeon at 2 A.M.: Plath mss., Sept. 29, 1961; and on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961

Suspend This Day. See Mid-summer Mobile

Sweetie Pie and the Gutter Men: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.18.

Swords into Plowshares. See Bitter Strawberries


T.S. Eliot: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Tea with O[live] H[iggins] P[routy]: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Temper of Time: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4, 7; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Feb. 2, 1955.

Terminal: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12.

That Widow Mangada: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.18.

The Thin People: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

The Tragedy of Progress: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

Thistles, by Ted Hughes: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.9.

Thought Patterns on Paper: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Thy Kingdom Come: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

The Times Are Tidy: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Though Dynasties Pass: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.18.

To a Dissembling Spring: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

To a Jilted Lover: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.[See also Apotheosis]

To Ariadne (deserted by Theseus): Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

To Eva: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

To Eva Descending the Stair: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4, 7.

To the Boy Inscrutable as God: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12. [See also Eve Describes Her Birthday Party]

To Time: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

Tolstoy's Philosophy on History: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.1.

Tomorrow Begins Today: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Tongues of Stone: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Torch Song: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

The Traveller: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

The Trial of Man: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

Trio of Love Songs: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.7. [See also Admonition, Parallax, and Verbal Calisthenics]

Triolet Frivole: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4. [See also Song and The Scullion's Dream]

Tulips: Plath mss., Mar. 18, 1961.

Tulips at Dawn: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

Twilight: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4.

Two Campers in Cloud Country (Rock Lake, Canada): Plath mss., July 1960.

Two Lovers and a Beachcomber by the Real Sea: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.4, 7.

Two Sisters of Persephone: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Two Views of a Cadaver: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Two Views of a Cadaver Room: Plath mss., on verso of The Surgeon at 2 A.M., Sept. 29, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.


Unitarianism: Yesterday and Today: Plath mss. II, Box 10, f.8.

The Utilitarianism of Bentham and Mill: Some Comparisons and Contrasts: Plath mss. II, Box 13, f.3.


Valentine; Lines to a Rich Bachelor: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Van Winkle's Village: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5; Plath mss. II, on verso of Home Is Where the Heart Is, Box 8, f.12.

Ventura, Mary and Sylvia Plath. The Island; a Radio Play: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.14.

Verbal Calisthenics: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5; Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Apr. 22, 1953. [See also Trio of Love Songs]

Victory: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Virus TV or (We Don't Have a Set Either): Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

The Visitor: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Voices: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.


Waiting Women. See Heavy Women

Walk in the Night. See Hardcastle Crags

Wallflower: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Wardrobe for Six Weeks in Europe: Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Watch My Line: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Watching the Water-Voles: Plath mss., on verso of Morning Song, Feb. 19, 1961; Plath mss. II, Box 9, f.2.

Watercolor of Grantchester Meadows: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Wayfaring at the Whitney: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5, 7.

Wellfleet Beach Plums: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

When the Stars Are Pale and Cool: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

White Girl between Yellow Curtains: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

White Phlox: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Whitsun: Plath mss., Feb. 14, 1961; Plath mss., on verso of The Babysitters, Oct. 29, 1961.

Who: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Why must the slim spring rain fall now: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Widow: Plath mss., May 16, 1961; Plath mss. IV.

Wie Ich Einmal Mein Kleinen Bruder Neckte: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.19.

Wild Geese: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

A Winter Ship: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

A Winter Sunset: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5, 6.

Winter Words: Plath mss. II, enclosed in SP to ASP, Feb. 2, 1955; Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5, 7.

A Wish upon a Star: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.6.

Witch Burning: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.8.

Withins: Plath mss., on verso of Wuthering Heights, Sept. 1961.

Words for a Nursery: Plath mss., n.d.

Words of Advice to an English Prof: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Wreath for a Bridal: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Wuthering Heights: Plath mss., Sept. 1961.


Yadwigha, on a Red Couch, Among Lilies; A Sestina for the Douanier: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

You have to have my fairy ears: Plath mss. II, in SP to ASP, Mar. 20, 1942.

You're: Plath mss., n.d.

Youth: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5. [See also Alone and Alone in the Woods Was I]

Youth's Appeal for Peace: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.


Zeitgeist at the Zoo: Plath mss. II, Box 8, f.5.

Zoo Keeper's Wife: Plath mss., n.d.

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