Here’s what we can learn from reading Sylvia Plath’s copy of ‘The Great Gatsby’ | Alternet

As a rare books curator, I get to interact with first editions of novels I love, illustrated versions of my favorite poets’ works, and lavish editions of historical engravings.In 2015, I started using the University of South Carolina’s first edition of “Lyrical Ballads” in my survey of British literature courses. Written by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, this collection of poems is commonly thought to have launched British Romanticism.

Source: Here’s what we can learn from reading Sylvia Plath’s copy of ‘The Great Gatsby’ | Alternet

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