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she continued to take care of her physical appearance and did not outwardly speak of feeling guilty or unworthy [..] In his 1971 book on suicide, friend and critic Al Alvarez claimed that Plath's suicide was an unanswered cry for help, and spoke, in a BBC interview in March 2000, about his failure to recognize Plath's depression, saying he regretted his inability to offer her emotional support: "I failed her on that level. I was thirty years old and stupid. What did I know about chronic clinical depression? She kind of needed someone to take care of her. And that was not something I could do."
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Sie schreiben so schön über das "wenn man gerade so weit ist, daß man anfangen könnte" - es hat mich so gefreut. Es ist eben immer noch wahr, daß die Götter ihre Lieblinge jung sterben lassen, zwar nicht wörtlich, aber in dem Sinne, daß sie ihnen zum Entgelt den Trost des Alters "alt und des Lebens satt" nicht gönnen. Das zweideutige ironische Geschenk der Götter ist, daß der Tod immer noch etwas finden muß, was er zugrunde richtet, daß er also bleibt, was er in der Jugend war. [..] Das ist der Preis, den man zahlt dafür, daß man lebendig ist, solange man am Leben ist.
Hannah Arendt in einem Brief an Karl Jaspers, 1951