Jacqueline Rose has written and lectured widely on feminism, psychoanalysis and culture. She is the author of The Case of Peter Pan, or The Impossibility of Children's Fiction, Sexuality in the Field of Vision, Why War? - psychoanalysis, politics and the return to Melanie Klein and States of Fantasy, the 1994 Clarendon Lectures. The Haunting of Sylvia Plath received wide critical acclaim on its publication in 1991. She has a chair in English at Queen Mary University of London. She lives in London.
The Haunting of Sylvia Plathby Jacqueline Rose
Since her death at the age of thirty, Sylvia Plath has become a strange icon-an object of intense speculation, of fantasy, repulsion, and desire. Jacqueline Rose stands back from the debates, and looks instead at the swirl of controversy, recognizing it as a phenomenon itself.
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