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Queen Silvia of Sweden ( Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈsɪlvɪa] ; born Silvia Renate Sommerlath on 23 December 1943) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf and mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria . In 2011, Silvia became the longest-serving queen of Sweden, a record previously held by Sophia of Nassau .

Silvia Renate Sommerlath was born in Heidelberg , Germany , on 23 December 1943, [1] the only daughter of the late Alice (née Soares de Toledo) and Walther Sommerlath . Her father was German and her mother was Brazilian.

She has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. They and their families were guests at the 2010 wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling [2] and the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, died in 2006. The Mother-Child House Jörg Sommerlath in Berlin, operated by Queen Silvia's World Childhood Foundation, [3] is named after him.

Queen Silvia of Sweden ( Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈsɪlvɪa] ; born Silvia Renate Sommerlath on 23 December 1943) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf and mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria . In 2011, Silvia became the longest-serving queen of Sweden, a record previously held by Sophia of Nassau .

Silvia Renate Sommerlath was born in Heidelberg , Germany , on 23 December 1943, [1] the only daughter of the late Alice (née Soares de Toledo) and Walther Sommerlath . Her father was German and her mother was Brazilian.

She has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. They and their families were guests at the 2010 wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling [2] and the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, died in 2006. The Mother-Child House Jörg Sommerlath in Berlin, operated by Queen Silvia's World Childhood Foundation, [3] is named after him.

On a cold February day in 1963, with her two small children upstairs in their room, Sylvia Plath put her head inside her kitchen oven and turned on the gas. In the wake of her violent death, reams of material have been published, analyzing her life and work, the most famous being "The Bell Jar." She has been dismissed as a case study in female neurosis and Freudian guilt, held up as a victim of a male-dominated society, enshrined as a tragic heroine ("a Dido, Phaedra or Medea," in Robert Lowell's words), explicated as a symbol of contemporary angst.

Queen Silvia of Sweden ( Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈsɪlvɪa] ; born Silvia Renate Sommerlath on 23 December 1943) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf and mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria . In 2011, Silvia became the longest-serving queen of Sweden, a record previously held by Sophia of Nassau .

Silvia Renate Sommerlath was born in Heidelberg , Germany , on 23 December 1943, [1] the only daughter of the late Alice (née Soares de Toledo) and Walther Sommerlath . Her father was German and her mother was Brazilian.

She has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. They and their families were guests at the 2010 wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling [2] and the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, died in 2006. The Mother-Child House Jörg Sommerlath in Berlin, operated by Queen Silvia's World Childhood Foundation, [3] is named after him.

On a cold February day in 1963, with her two small children upstairs in their room, Sylvia Plath put her head inside her kitchen oven and turned on the gas. In the wake of her violent death, reams of material have been published, analyzing her life and work, the most famous being "The Bell Jar." She has been dismissed as a case study in female neurosis and Freudian guilt, held up as a victim of a male-dominated society, enshrined as a tragic heroine ("a Dido, Phaedra or Medea," in Robert Lowell's words), explicated as a symbol of contemporary angst.

Sylvia Plath's son Nicholas Hughes committed suicide March 16, his sister Frieda announced in a statement Sunday. Nicholas had been a professor of fisheries and ocean sciences at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, but had left to pursue pottery at home. His mother killed herself on Feb, 11, 1963, when Nicholas was just past his first birthday; he was 47 at his death. He had long suffered from depression.

Plath's husband, the poet Ted Hughes, was often the center of controversy over Plath's literary legacy. After her death he made sure "Ariel," containing some of her greatest poems, was published; but he also destroyed her last journal, frustrating both fans and scholars. "I destroyed it because I did not want her children to have to read it," he wrote in 1982, adding, "(in those days I regarded forgetfulness as an essential part of survival)."

The effort to nurture forgetfulness would be incomplete. In a 1998 Salon piece , author Kate Moses -- who imagined Sylvia Plath in her novel "Wintering" -- wrote:

All experience levels are welcome to a monthly book group moderated by library staff. In 2013, the library will ask individuals from varied backgrounds to select a title that has...

Poetry included in anthologies, including The New Yorker Book of Poems, Viking, 1969. Early Poems, a collection of Plath's work, was published as the May, 1967, issue of Harvard Advocate; fifty of her early unpublished poems appeared in Times Literary Supplement, July 31, 1969; the posthumously published poem "Ennui" debuted in Blackbird, November, 2006. OTHER

Contributor to periodicals, including Seventeen, Christian Science Monitor, Mademoiselle, Harper's, Nation, Atlantic, Poetry, and London Magazine.

Queen Silvia of Sweden ( Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈsɪlvɪa] ; born Silvia Renate Sommerlath on 23 December 1943) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf and mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria . In 2011, Silvia became the longest-serving queen of Sweden, a record previously held by Sophia of Nassau .

Silvia Renate Sommerlath was born in Heidelberg , Germany , on 23 December 1943, [1] the only daughter of the late Alice (née Soares de Toledo) and Walther Sommerlath . Her father was German and her mother was Brazilian.

She has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. They and their families were guests at the 2010 wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling [2] and the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, died in 2006. The Mother-Child House Jörg Sommerlath in Berlin, operated by Queen Silvia's World Childhood Foundation, [3] is named after him.

On a cold February day in 1963, with her two small children upstairs in their room, Sylvia Plath put her head inside her kitchen oven and turned on the gas. In the wake of her violent death, reams of material have been published, analyzing her life and work, the most famous being "The Bell Jar." She has been dismissed as a case study in female neurosis and Freudian guilt, held up as a victim of a male-dominated society, enshrined as a tragic heroine ("a Dido, Phaedra or Medea," in Robert Lowell's words), explicated as a symbol of contemporary angst.

Sylvia Plath's son Nicholas Hughes committed suicide March 16, his sister Frieda announced in a statement Sunday. Nicholas had been a professor of fisheries and ocean sciences at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, but had left to pursue pottery at home. His mother killed herself on Feb, 11, 1963, when Nicholas was just past his first birthday; he was 47 at his death. He had long suffered from depression.

Plath's husband, the poet Ted Hughes, was often the center of controversy over Plath's literary legacy. After her death he made sure "Ariel," containing some of her greatest poems, was published; but he also destroyed her last journal, frustrating both fans and scholars. "I destroyed it because I did not want her children to have to read it," he wrote in 1982, adding, "(in those days I regarded forgetfulness as an essential part of survival)."

The effort to nurture forgetfulness would be incomplete. In a 1998 Salon piece , author Kate Moses -- who imagined Sylvia Plath in her novel "Wintering" -- wrote:

Queen Silvia of Sweden ( Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈsɪlvɪa] ; born Silvia Renate Sommerlath on 23 December 1943) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf and mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria . In 2011, Silvia became the longest-serving queen of Sweden, a record previously held by Sophia of Nassau .

Silvia Renate Sommerlath was born in Heidelberg , Germany , on 23 December 1943, [1] the only daughter of the late Alice (née Soares de Toledo) and Walther Sommerlath . Her father was German and her mother was Brazilian.

She has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. They and their families were guests at the 2010 wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling [2] and the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, died in 2006. The Mother-Child House Jörg Sommerlath in Berlin, operated by Queen Silvia's World Childhood Foundation, [3] is named after him.

On a cold February day in 1963, with her two small children upstairs in their room, Sylvia Plath put her head inside her kitchen oven and turned on the gas. In the wake of her violent death, reams of material have been published, analyzing her life and work, the most famous being "The Bell Jar." She has been dismissed as a case study in female neurosis and Freudian guilt, held up as a victim of a male-dominated society, enshrined as a tragic heroine ("a Dido, Phaedra or Medea," in Robert Lowell's words), explicated as a symbol of contemporary angst.

Sylvia Plath's son Nicholas Hughes committed suicide March 16, his sister Frieda announced in a statement Sunday. Nicholas had been a professor of fisheries and ocean sciences at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, but had left to pursue pottery at home. His mother killed herself on Feb, 11, 1963, when Nicholas was just past his first birthday; he was 47 at his death. He had long suffered from depression.

Plath's husband, the poet Ted Hughes, was often the center of controversy over Plath's literary legacy. After her death he made sure "Ariel," containing some of her greatest poems, was published; but he also destroyed her last journal, frustrating both fans and scholars. "I destroyed it because I did not want her children to have to read it," he wrote in 1982, adding, "(in those days I regarded forgetfulness as an essential part of survival)."

The effort to nurture forgetfulness would be incomplete. In a 1998 Salon piece , author Kate Moses -- who imagined Sylvia Plath in her novel "Wintering" -- wrote:

All experience levels are welcome to a monthly book group moderated by library staff. In 2013, the library will ask individuals from varied backgrounds to select a title that has...

Poetry included in anthologies, including The New Yorker Book of Poems, Viking, 1969. Early Poems, a collection of Plath's work, was published as the May, 1967, issue of Harvard Advocate; fifty of her early unpublished poems appeared in Times Literary Supplement, July 31, 1969; the posthumously published poem "Ennui" debuted in Blackbird, November, 2006. OTHER

Contributor to periodicals, including Seventeen, Christian Science Monitor, Mademoiselle, Harper's, Nation, Atlantic, Poetry, and London Magazine.

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Guileless and clear,
Oval soul-animals,
Taking up half the space,
Moving and rubbing on the silk

Invisible air drifts,
Giving a shriek and pop
When attacked, then scooting to rest, barely trembling.


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