Day 66: Read Authors You Have An Affinity For

March 6 (1961) Sylvia Plath sits in the warm sun of the park, reading the poems of Boris Pasternak.

"They excited me immensely," Plath wrote in her journal admiring Pasternak’s free, lyric line and terse idiom. "I felt," she goes on, "a new start can be made through these. This is the way back to the music. I wept to lose to my new tough prosiness.”



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