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Fall, 1959  Plath writes at Yaddo, the writers retreat at Saratoga Springs, New York. In the winter, she  and Ted return to England. 1960  Frieda Rebecca, born at home, April 1, London. November:  The Colossus  published in  England. 1961  Plath suffers a miscarriage and has an appendectomy. January 17, 1962  Nicholas Farrar born.  The Colossus  published in the United States. September, 1962  Ted leaves Sylvia. December, 1962  Plath moves to London, to a house once resided in by the poet William Butler  Yeats. January, 1963   The Bell Jar,  published under the name Victoria Lucas, appears to generally  favorable reviews.
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Unformatted text preview: February 11, 1963 Plath commits suicide in her London flat by turning on the gas jets. 1965 Ariel published in London. 1966 Ariel published in the United States. 1971 The Bell Jar published in the United States with Plath's name as author. 1981 Collected Poems published in the United States. Journals published in the United States. 1998 Ted Hughes breaks his silence about his marriage to Sylvia Plath by publishing Birthday Letters, a collection of poems about their relationship. He dies that same year. 2000 The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath published...
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