Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams - Sylvia Plath
Every day from nine to five I sit at my desk facing the door of the office and type up other people's dreams. An office assistant in a hospital pursues a secret vocation. A girl endures a series of initiation ceremonies to join her high school sorority.
A married woman seeks relief from the dull realities of daily life. From her mid-teens Sylvia Plath wrote stories, twenty-four of which are collected here, along with works of journalism and extracts from her journal. 'All the pieces presented here are revealing .
. . It ought to round out one's knowledge of the writer, and, perhaps, offer some surprises.
Luckily it does both.