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An Explication of "Tulips" by Sylvia Plath.
"Tulips", a poem by Sylvia Plath, is about Sylvia Plath's experience in a hospital after she had tried to commit suicide. The poem illustrates just how depressed the author was at the time and how the slightest initiative of happiness was distracting to her.
My initial reaction to Plath's poem "Tulips" was rather different from what it had meant to me afterwards. At first, I believed the poem might have been about perhaps some flowers that made Sylvia Plath happy, but that turned out to be an irony.
Plath begins the poem by pointing out the tulips, and how they do not belong in her room…
- An Explication of "Tulips" by Sylvia Plath.
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