Rowling, her name, before her remarriage, was Joanne Rowling. Anticipating that the target audience of young boys might not want to read a book written by a woman, her publishers asked that she use two initials rather than her full name. As she had no middle name, she chose K for Kathleen as the second initial of her pen name, from her paternal grandmother.
Her relationships with her parents were difficult, perhaps even abusive. She attended boarding school and after graduation enrolled in Garland Junior College for one year. While Kayo was serving in Korea, Anne became a fashion model. Inshe gave birth to her first child and inher second.
Sexton suffered from post-partum depression, and after the birth of her first daughter she suffered her first breakdown and was admitted to a neuropsychiatric hospital. Sexton struggled with depression for the remainder of her life.
She committed suicide at age In treatment, her therapist encouraged her to write and in Sexton joined writing groups in Boston that eventually led her to friendships and relationships with the poets Maxine Kumin, Robert Lowell, George Starbuck, and Sylvia Plath.
As Sexton told Beatrice Berg, her writing began, in fact, as therapy: Richards [a poet and literary critic] describing the form of a sonnet and I thought maybe I could do that. Oh, I was turned on. I wrote two or three a day for about a year.
It so changed me, and undoubtedly it must have influenced my poetry. But then I saw Snodgrass doing what I was doing, and it kind of gave me permission. Uncollected Poems with Three Stories She also received a Guggenheim Fellowship, grants from the Ford Foundation, honorary degrees, and held professorships at Colgate University and Boston University.
Despite her many achievements, critical discussions of her work tended to focus on the apparently autobiographical elements of her verse.
Of what does [her] artistry consist? Not just of her skill in writing traditional poems… But by artistry, I mean something more subtle than the ability to write formal poems. When Anne Sexton is at the top of her form, she writes a poem which no one else could have written.Analysis of Anne Sexton's Poem "Her Kind" Anne Sexton was a poet and a woman, but most importantly, she was an outcast.
Subjected to nervous breakdowns and admitted to a neuropsychiatry hospital, Sexton must have been all too familiar with the staring eyes and the judging minds of the public. Word of the Year.
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