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  1. Aurelia Frances Plath (née Schober; April 26, 1906 – March 11, 1994) was the wife of Otto Emil Plath, the mother of the American poet Sylvia Plath, and her brother Warren, and the grandmother of Frieda Rebecca Hughes and Nicholas Farrar Hughes . Aurelia Plath was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Franz (Frank) Schober of Bad ...

  2. Aurelia Schober. Mini Bio (1) Aurelia Plath was born on April 26, 1907 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Aurelia Schober. She was married to Otto Plath. She died on March 11, 1994 in Needham, Massachusetts. Spouse (1) Otto Plath. ( 4 January 1932 - 5 November 1940) ( his death) ( 2 children)

    • Aurelia Schober
    • April 26, 1907 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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    Aurelia Plath, Self: The Book Programme. Aurelia Plath was born on April 26, 1907 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Aurelia Schober. She was married to Otto Plath. She died on March 11, 1994 in Needham, Massachusetts.

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  4. Sep 07, 2021 · Less vague, from poetryfoundation.org: “Aurelia Plath taught advanced secretarial studies at Boston University.”. At Boston University, Aurelia was Professor Plath. Sylvia Plath called her that in one letter, but only one. [1] Aurelia Plath’s New York Times obituary calls Aurelia an “associate professor.”.

  5. Aurelia Plath Shorthand Transcriptions. Mrs. Aurelia Plath kept absolutely everything related to her daughter Sylvia. The originals of 696 letters Sylvia Plath wrote and mailed to her mother, plus related letters, are preserved in the Plath mss. II collection at the Lilly Library, Indiana University at Bloomington.

  6. Mar 17, 1994 · Aurelia Schober Plath, an educator and the editor of the correspondence of her daughter, the poet Sylvia Plath, died on Friday at the North Hill Health Center in Needham, Mass.

  7. Oct 03, 2020 · Labels: aurelia plath, aurelia plath editor, aurelia plath school, aurelia plath yearbook, aurelia schober, b.u. college of practical arts and letters, boston university, boston university 1928, sylvia plath mother

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