Sylvia Plath, who was to take her own life in 1963, with her husband Ted Hughes during their honeymoon in Paris, 1956.
Sylvia Plath, who was to take her own life in 1963, with her husband Ted Hughes during their honeymoon in Paris, 1956.

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Sylvia Plath, who was to take her own life in 1963, with her husband Ted Hughes during their honeymoon in Paris, 1956.
Sylvia Plath, who was to take her own life in 1963, with her husband Ted Hughes during their honeymoon in Paris, 1956.
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