Throughout July and early August, Plath tells us in that she could neither read nor sleep nor write. In an interview given to the audio/video series, Aurelia Plath tells us that her daughter could in fact read, and that she meticulously read Freud's . Plath, however, felt despondent. On 24 August 1953, she left a note saying, "Have gone for a long walk. Will be home tomorrow." She took a blanket, a bottle of sleeping pills, a glass of water with her down the stairs to the cellar. There she crept into a and began swallowing the pills in gulps of water and fell unconscious.


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