For a Fatherless Son

Plath, Sylvia
March 1971
New Yorker;3/6/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p37
The article presents the poem "For A Fatherless Son," by Sylvia Plath. First Line: You will be aware of an absence, presently, Last Line: Till then your smiles are found money.


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