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This is vie Schizoid tragedy that such a person at the heart of being still felt dead, unreal, overcome with a sense of futility, and full of hate and nihilism. Schizoid suicide is a longing to return to the womb and be reborn later with a second chance to live. That was probably with Sylvia Plath. Her success in writing seemed to bring her no satisfaction, even when she was young. In her work she seems confused at time about what satisfaction she could be obtaining and how she should relate means to ends. Read More Poetry Throughout her work one finds a continued theme of being deprived by those who she feels, have given her stones instead of bread and milk. In the two months that followed her husband’s departure, Plath wrote brilliant poems of anguished self-expression, including Daddy, Lady Lazarus, Ariel, The Bee Meeting, Stings, and Medusa. Read More Criticism Daddy is a particularly strong and violent poem, containing lines such as “Daddy, I have had to kill you. / You died before I had time—”.