Assia Wevill

Standard Name: Wevill, Assia

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Sylvia Plath
During a visit to SP by her mother , Ted Hughes divided his time between Devon and London, between Sylvia and Assia . He and Plath had all but separated.
Hayman, Ronald. The Death and Life of Sylvia Plath. Heinemann, 1991.
160-2
Family and Intimate relationships Sylvia Plath
Soon Assia Wevill became Ted Hughes's lover, as Sylvia had intuited that she would, on the evidence of this weekend. Their affair led to the dissolution of the Plath-Hughes marriage and then to the marriage...
Friends, Associates Fay Weldon
Their social circle in north London included many writers and painters, including Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath , David and Assia Wevill , Kingsley Amis and Elizabeth Jane Howard , Bernice Rubens , psychologist R. D. Laing
Friends, Associates Ruth Fainlight
The friendship of herself and her husband with Ted Hughes survived Plath's death. RF later remembered Hughes and Assia Wevill sharing their wretchedness in the weeks immediately after the catastrophe, but remembered also making Assia...
Friends, Associates Sylvia Plath
David and Assia Wevill , a Canadian poet and his wife who had rented SP 's and Ted Hughes 's former flat in London, visited them for a weekend in Devon.
Hayman, Ronald. The Death and Life of Sylvia Plath. Heinemann, 1991.
156-7
Textual Production Emma Tennant
ET published what one critic described as a kind of soap-opera biography or literary thriller about Sylvia Plath , Ted Hughes , and Assia Wevill , The Ballad of Sylvia and Ted.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Gilbert, Sandra M. “Dead poet’s society”. Women’s Review of Books, No. 6, pp. 1 - 4.
1, 3

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