Sylvia Plath was a novelist, short story writer, and Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet. Plath published many critically acclaimed poems and short stories, as well as her semi-autobiographical novel, The Bell Jar, originally published under a pen name ("Victoria Lucas"). This is the story of a young woman struggling to establish herself as a writer in a culture that took sexism for granted and misunderstood mental illness. The book has never gone out of print, and more than 50 years later its themes of identity, artistic independence, and rebellion against cultural expectations continues to resonate with young artists and writers. In this version, Sylvia Plath is 4" tall but still absolutely magnetic.