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  • Frank Thomas Smith
    ... I ll have to take a long look at that. Scimming, it seems he/she equates Plath s Daddy with God the Father. Wheh! Frank
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      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "ted.wrinch" <ted.wrinch@...> wrote:
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      > Remarkably enough, I was just reading Plath's poetry and reviewing the Hughes' controversy. In case you're not aware, there's a big anthro inspired, interpretative site on her work that's very interesting:
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      > Sylvia Plath: Ego, Blood, and Spirit
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      > http://moonchalice.com/


      I'll have to take a long look at that. Scimming, it seems he/she equates Plath's "Daddy" with God the Father. Wheh!
      Frank

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      > --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "Frank Thomas Smith" <fts.trasla@> wrote:
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      > > Dear Friends and Subscribers,
      > >
      > > Welcome to http://SouthernCrossReview.org Number 80 – the January-February 2012 issue.
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      > > In the "Editor's Page" you will find our yearly Three Kings (Magi) tale, "whereas "Features" really features articles by Simon Critchley about the blindness of the so-called experts who dreamed up the sinking Euro, and by Rebecca Solnit about the Occupy Wall Street movement. Rebecca not only watches and writes, she participates! There is also an article from a local Argentine newspaper about a lady who is really doing something about children's hunger in her neighborhood.
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      > > Fiction: Navigating the copyright laws, we offer two classics of short story fiction: J.D. Salinger's "From Esmé with Love and Squalor" and Jorge Luis Borges' "The Gospel According to Mark" - the latter in Spanish and English.
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      > > In the "Anthroposophy" Section, we continue the translation of Rudolf Steiner's "First Class" lectures and the "Karmic Relations" lectures.
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      > > Poetry: A shocker by Sylvia Plath and a squirmer by her erstwhile husband, Ted Hughes.
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      > > Enjoy!
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      > > --
      > > Frank Thomas Smith
      > > www.SouthernCrossReview.org
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