Ariel

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This poetry collection by Sylvia Plath, explores the mysticism and transcendence when a rider on her horse is traveling through the countryside. The narrative is passive in the beginning but progresses rapidly with strong visual imageries.

What makes this book stand out?

The liveliness of the poems to various references related to creativity, self-realization, and self-transformation.

Read it for

An empowering read. The work is one of a kind and dives deeper into the nature of the universe and how we are much more than we can think of.

Don't read it for

Some ideas may seem abstract, but overall it has a great theme.

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