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  • Your Own, Sylvia | Stephanie Hemphill

    Your Own, Sylvia

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Stephanie Hemphill
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    Your Own, Sylvia draws on Plath's writing and extensive nonfiction sources, chronicling Hemphill's interpretation of Plath's life from infancy to her death by suicide at age 30. The poems are arranged chronologically and each conveys an experience in Plath's life told via the voice and perspective of family members, friends, doctors, fellow writers, etc. - as interpreted by Hemphill. Each poem is accompanied by an addendum that further explains the factual circumstances of that poem's subject.

  • Hideous Love: The Story of the Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein | Stephanie Hemphill

    Hideous Love: The Story of the Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Stephanie Hemphill
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    >Hideous Love is the fascinating story of gothic novelist Mary Shelley, who as a teen girl fled her restrictive home only to find herself in the shadow of a brilliant but moody boyfriend, famed poet Percy Shelley. It is the story of the mastermind behind one of the most iconic figures in all of literature: a monster constructed out of dead bodies and brought to life by the tragic Dr. Frankenstein. Mary wrote Frankenstein at the age of 19, but inspiration for the monster came from her life - the atmospheric European settings she visited, the dramas swirling around her, and the stimulating philosophical discussions with the greatest minds of the period.

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