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The It Doesn't Matter Suit - Sylvia Plath, Rotraut Susanne Berner It jumped out at me from the children's shelf. I had no idea Plath wrote anything for kids. It's either going to be awesome or appalling, is my guess.


I grabbed it out of morbid interest, I admit that. My guess is that this was published for the morbid interest market. It's not a bad book, although it isn't particularly good, either. And whenever Plath wrote it, it hasn't aged well, either. Although I suppose one could enjoy it for the time capsule aspect. Nowadays one sees far fewer suits, and I suppose most people don't have one at all.