The Cracks In The Wall is a book inspired by Sylvia Plath's life. It is a fictional biography beginning in her childhood up to her mental health disability. It is a poetic expression of the cracks within the boundaries of our inner spaces; as those cracks grow, and as those spaces change, we become the embodiment of life's hollowness, its lessons and its humanity. This book centers around the boundaries of womanhood, misogyny and the profound hopelessness that many women experience.
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