Index of works by Sylvia Plath


This page is an index of known works by Sylvia Plath. There are three major categories: Poetry, Prose (Fiction), and Prose (Nonfiction). The lists are arranged alphabetically. Where possible and when known, following each title the date(s) of composition of a work is listed. Please contact me if you notice something is missing or incorrect.



Poetry

  • "A-a-choooo"
  • "Above the Oxbow" before 25 June 1958
  • "Admonition" 17 April 1953
    • Published as "3" in "Trio of Love Songs"
      Later titled: "Warning"
  • "Admonitions" circa 15 April 1953
    • Variant title: 'Never Try To Know More Than You Should'
  • "Adolescence" 1949
  • "Advice for an Artificer" 12 April 1955
  • "Aerialist" 30 May 1956
  • "Aftermath" March? 1959
  • "Alicante Lullaby" February/March? 1959
  • "All I Can Tell You Is about the Fog" 18 February 1952
  • "All the Dead Dears" 7 April 1957
  • "Alone and Alive"
  • "Alone and Alone in the Woods Was I" 11 September 1947
  • "Amnesiac" 21 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "Amnesiac: The Man with Amnesia"
  • "Among the Narcissi" 5 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "Octogenarian & Narcissi in a high wind"
      Variant Title: "Percy Among the Narcissi"
      Variant Title: "The Sea at the Door"
  • "Among the tall deep-rooted grasses" [first line]
  • "Angelic Girls" 1943
  • "Apology to Pan" 18 April 1955
    • Variant title: "Apology for an April Satyr" 18 April 1955
  • "Apotheosis" 9 March 1955
    • Variant title: "To a Jilted Lover"
  • "Apparel for April" 2 February 1955
  • "An Appearance" 4 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Methodical Woman"
      Variant Title: "Song"
  • "Apple Blossoms" 1943
  • "An Apple Tree" 1943
  • "The Applicant" 11 October 1962
  • "Apprehensions" 28 May 1962
    • Variant Title: "Walls"
  • "April" 29 May 1947
  • "April 18" circa 18 April 1951
  • "April: 1949"
  • "April Aubade" 14 February 1955
    • Variant title: "Spring Sacrament"
  • "April Blossoms"
  • "April Rhapsodies" 18 November 1956
  • "Aquatic Nocturne"
  • "Ariel" 27 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "Lioness of God"
      Also published as "The Horse"
  • "The Arrival of the Bee Box" 4 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Beekeepers Daybook"
  • "august night" August 1951
  • "Autumn Portrait"
  • "Awake!" 21 May 1945
  • "The Babysitters" 29 October 1961
  • "A Ballad"
  • "Ballad Banale" 8-9 January 1955
  • "A Ballet Dancer"
  • "Balloons" 4 February 1963
  • "Barren Woman" 21 February 1961
    • Variant Title: "Small Hours"
      Variant Title: "Night Thoughts"
  • "Battle-Scene from the Comic Operatic Fantasy 'The Seafarer'" 21 March 1958
  • "The Bed Book" before 2 May 1959
  • "The Bee Meeting" 3 October 1962
  • "The Beekeeper's Daughter" March? 1959
  • "The Beggars" before 27 July 1958
    • Variant title: "The Beggars of Benidorm Market"
  • "Berck-Plage" 30 June 1962
  • "Bereft" 1947
  • "Betsy and Sylvia" 1945
  • "Birthay [sic.] Greeting to Mother" 1945
  • "A Birthday" 1943
  • "A Birthday Present" 30 September 1962
  • "Bitter Strawberries" 10 July 1950
    • Variant Title: "Swords into Plowshares"
  • "Black Pine Tree in an Orange Light" 8 March 1955
  • "Black Rook in Rainy Weather" 17-18 November 1956
  • "Blackberrying" 23 September 1961
  • "Blue Moles" before 11 November 1959
  • "Blue shingled rooftops slippery with rain" [first line]
  • "Bluebeard" 1952-1955
  • "Brasilia" 1 December 1962
  • "The breath of my body steams up to me, I am warm" [first line]
  • "The Bronze Boy" 1952
  • "Bucolics" 5 May 1956
  • "The Bull of Bendylaw" 27 January 1959
  • "Burning the Letters" 13 August 1962
  • "The Burnt-out Spa" 11 November 1959
  • "By Candlelight" 24 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "Nick and the Candlestick"
      Variant Title: "Winter by Candlelight"
  • "Camp Helen Storrow" 7-9 July 1945
  • "Candles" 17 October 1960
  • "Carnival" 21 June 1948
  • "Carnival Nocturne" before 7 August 1952
  • "Channel Crossing" 23 February 1956
  • "Checkmate" n.d.
  • "Chef d'Oeuvre"
  • "Child" 28 January 1963
    • Variant Title: "Paralytic Trap"
  • "Childless Woman" 1 December 1962
  • "Child's Park Stones" 22 May - 11 June 1958
  • "Christmas" 1942
  • "Cinderella" before 11 September 1952
    • Variant title: "Twelfth Night"
  • "Circus in Three Rings" 8 September 1954; revised 23 April 1955
    • See also: "The Lion Tamer" 20 April 1955
  • "City Streets" 11 September 1947
  • "City Wife"
  • "Class Song - 1950" [1950]
  • "— Click-click: tick-tick" [first line]
  • "Closet Drama"
  • "The Colossus" before 19 October 1959
  • "Coming Home" 1943
  • "The Companionable Ills" Fall? 1958
  • "Complaint" 6 February 1955
  • "Complaint of the Crazed Queen" 18-19 April 1956
    • Variant title: "Mad Queen's Song" 18-19 April 1956
      Variant title: "The Queen's Complaint" 18-19 April 1956
  • "The Complex Couch" 1952-1955
  • "Contusion" 4 February 1963
  • "Conversation Among the Ruins" Spring 1956
  • "The Courage of Shutting-Up" 2 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Courage of Quietness"
  • "The Couriers" 4 November 1962
  • "Crime Doesn't Pay"
  • "Crossing the Equinox" before 19 November 1952
  • "Crossing the Water" 4 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "Night Country"
      Variant Title: "Rock Lake at Night"
  • "Crystal Gazer" 3-5 June 1956
  • "Cut" 24 October 1962
  • "Daddy" 12 October 1962
  • "Daedalus and Icarus by Lindsay Daen" 28 February 1955
    • Part of: "Wayfaring at the Whitney" 28 February 1955
  • "Danse Macabre" 30 January 1955
  • "The Dark River" circa 1949-1950
  • "Dark Wood, Dark Water" October? 1959
  • "The Dead" 11 April 1952; 16 April 1954 (revised)
  • "Death & Co." 14 November 1962
  • "The Death of Myth-Making" Fall? 1958
  • "Demon of Doom" 8 September 1954
  • "Denouement"
  • "Departure" Fall 1956 or before 27 July 1958
  • "Departure of the Ghost" 21 March 1958
    • Variant title: "The Ghost's Leavetaking"
  • "Desert Song" 19 April 1955
  • "The Desperate Hours" before 1950(?)
  • "The Detective" 1 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Millstones"
  • "Dialogue Between Ghost and Priest" Fall 1956
  • "Dialogue en Route" 11-12 April 1953
  • "Dialogue Over a Ouija Board" circa/after 7 August 1957
  • "Dirge for a Joker"
  • "Dirge for a Maiden Aunt" 1952-1954
  • "Dirge for Abigail" 1952-1954
  • "Dirge in Three Parts" Spring 1953
  • "The Dispossessed" before 29 September 1954
  • "The Disquieting Muses" 22-28 March 1958
  • "Doom of Exiles" 16 April 1954
  • "Doomsday" 21 February 1953
  • "Dover"
  • "The Dream" 7 February 1955
    • Variant Title: "Dream of the Hearse-Driver"
  • "Dream of the Hearse-Driver" 7 February 1955
    • Variant Title: "The Dream"
  • "Dream with Clam Diggers" 1 June 1956
  • "Dreams" 1945
  • "The Dying Witch Addresses Her Young Apprentice" before 3 October 1956
  • "The earth had wilted in the heat" [first line]; 20 May 1947
  • "Earthbound" circa 1947-1948
  • "The Earthenware Head" before 3 February 1957
    • Variant title: "The Lady and the Earthenware Head"
  • "Eavesdropper" 15 October, 31 December 1962
  • "Edge" 5 February 1963
    • Variant Title: "Nuns in Snow"
  • "Electra on Azalea Path" before 20 March 1959
  • "Elegy" 6 February 1955
  • "Elizabeth in April" 1950
  • "Ella Mason and Her Eleven Cats" 2 June 1956
  • "Elm" 19 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "Catching Nothing by and Old Stocking in Winthrop Bay"
      Variant Title: "A Sea at the Door"
      Variant Title: "A Wind in the Great Elm"
      Published as: "The Elm Speaks"
  • "Enchantment" 11 June 1945
  • "Ennui" 12 September 1954
  • "Epitaph for Fire and Flower" 18-19 August 1956
  • "Epitaph in Three Parts" 11 February 1955
  • "Eve Describes Her Birthday Party" 7 September 1954
    • Variant title: "To the Boy Inscrutable as God"
  • "Event" 21 May 1962
  • "Evergreens" 22 October 1956
    • Variant Title: "Quarrel"
  • "The Everlasting Monday" 1957/early 1958
  • "Evolution" before September 1950
  • "The Eye-Mote" February/March? 1959
  • "Fable of the Rhododendron Stealers" before 25 June 1958
  • "Face and Spirit — or Lines to Ruth [Chadwick]" 9 January 1945
  • "Face Lift" 15 February 1961
  • "The Fairy Scarf" 1 August 1945
  • "Fairy Wonders" 20 March 1943
  • "Fall Guy"
  • "Family Reunion" 1950
  • "The Farewell" 1948
  • "Farewell to Flash" 1945
  • "Faun" 18-21 April 1956
    • Variant title: "Metamorphosis" 18-21 April 1956
  • "The Fearful" 16 November 1962
  • "Female Author"
  • "Fever" circa early 1962
  • "Fever 103°" 20 October 1962
  • "Fever in Winter" early 1962
  • "Fiesta Melons" February/March? 1959
  • "Finality" circa 1947-1948
  • "Finisterre" 29 September 1961
  • "Fire and Frost"
  • "Fireside Reveries" before 24 January 1947
  • "Firesong" 21-22 April 1956
  • "Fog" with pseudonym 'Sandra Peters' circa 1947-1948
  • "For a Fatherless Son" 26 September 1962
    • Variant Title: "To an Abandoned One"
  • "For Robert"
  • "Frog Autumn" August? 1958
  • "Full Fathom Five" 22 May - 11 June 1958
  • "Full Moon" 4 August 1956
  • "Geography Lesson" April-May 1951
  • "Getting There" 6 November 1962
  • "Giant Steps" 6-7 July 1955
  • "Gigolo" 29 January 1963
  • "The Ghost's Leavetaking" 21 March 1958
    • Variant title: "Departure of the Ghost"
  • "The Glutton" 27 April 1956
  • "Go Get the Goodly Squab" 5-6 April 1952
  • "Goatsucker" 20 January 1959
  • "Gold Leaves Shiver" circa 4 October 1950
    • Published as: "Gold Leaves Stir"
  • "Gold Mouths Cry"
  • "Gold Mouths Cry With the Green Young" circa 8 October 1951
  • "A Golden Afternoon" 25 August 1946
  • "Golden Midas" 5 September 1956
  • "Gone is the River" circa 1947-1948
    • Revised as: "Riverside Reverie" before August 1952
  • "The Goring" Early July? 1958
  • "The Grackles" circa 1947-1948
  • "The Great Carbuncle" Summer? 1957
  • "Green Rock, Winthrop Bay" circa Spring 1958
  • "Gulliver" 6 November 1962
    • Variant Title: "Gulliver in Lilliput"
  • "Halloween" 18 October 1944
    • Variant Title: "A Hallowe'en Ditty"
  • "The Hanging Man" 27 June 1960
  • "Hardcastle Crags" Summer? 1957
    • Variant Title: "Nocturne"
      Variant Title: "Walk in the Night"
      Originally published as "Night Walk"
  • "Harlequin Love Song" 9 January-3 February 1955
  • "Have You Forgotten?" 1948
  • "Heavy Women" 26 February 1961
    • Variant Title: "Waiting Women"
  • "The Hermit at Outermost House" January? 1959
  • "His Majesty, The Ocean" before 11 February 1947
  • "Home Thoughts from London" before 21 October 1960
  • "Homecoming" 1943
  • "housewife"
  • "The Home of Straying Blossoms" 1944, 1945
  • "How I'll Spend My Vacation" 17 May 1945
  • "How shall winter" [first line]; 27 February 1955
  • "Humoresque" 1949
  • "humpty-dumpty"
  • "I Am an American" circa June 1951
  • "I Am Vertical" 28 March 1961
  • "I do what you wish, but without abandoning the desire" [first line]
  • "I found my God in Auden" 21 March 1953
  • "I had my allowance" [first line]
  • "I Have Found the Perfect World" 1948
  • "I put my fingers in my ears" [first line]; 1949
  • "I Reach Out" 1948
  • "I saw a little birdie" [first line]; 17 May 1941
  • "I thought that I could not be hurt" 30 May 1947
  • "I Want, I Want" Fall? 1958
  • "I will stroll" [first line]; 23 March 1945
  • "Ice Age (I)" 16 November 1954
  • "Ice Age (II)" 2 March 1955
  • "The Ideal" 16 April 1948
  • "Incommunicado" 1-3 July 1958
  • "In a Mossy Woodland Vale" [first line]
  • "In Memoriam" 13 October 1946
  • "In Midas' Country" 12 May 1959
  • "In Passing" with pseudonym 'Sandra Peters' circa 1949
  • "In Plaster" 18 March 1961
  • "In the Corner of the Garden" 18 June 1945
    • Variant title: "My Garden"
  • "Incident" circa Spring 1953
  • "Insolent Storm Strikes at the Skull" 31 August 1954
  • "Insomniac" 23 May 1961
  • "Interlude" May 1947
  • "The Invalid" 1950
  • "Invitation to Cove" 1945
  • "Invitation to our Camp Nurse" 1945
  • "Item" 20 November 1956
  • "Item: Stolen, One Suitcase" 8 January 1955
  • "The Jailer" 17 October 1962
  • "January"
  • "Jilted" 1952-1954
  • "Joy" 16 April 1948
  • "Kafka by Sahl Swarz" 28 February 1955
    • Part of: "Wayfaring at the Whitney" 28 February 1955
  • "Kindness" 1 February 1963
  • "King of the Ice" 10 January 1945
  • "Kitchen Interlude" circa 1950
  • "The Lady and the Earthenware Head" before 3 February 1957
    • Variant title: "The Earthenware Head"
  • "Lady Lazarus" 23-29 October 1962
  • "The Lake" 16 July 1946
  • "Lament" 5 February 1955
    • Variant Title: "Dirge" 5 February 1955
  • "Landowners" before 3 July 1958
  • "Last Words" 21 October 1961
  • "Latvian Threnody" 11 March 1949
    • Variant title: "Latvian Lament"
      Variant title: "Seek No More the Young"
  • "Leaving Early" 25 September 1960
  • "Lesbos" 18 October 1962
  • "A Lesson in Vengeance" 1957/early 1958
  • "Let the Rain Fall Gently" circa 1947-1948
  • "Letter in November" 11 November 1962
  • "Letter to a Purist" 19 November 1956
  • "A Life" 18 November 1960
  • "Little Fugue" 2 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "Fugue: Yew Tree and Clouds"
      Variant Title: "On Listening to Laura Riding"
      Variant Title: "Yew Alone"
      Variant Title: "Yew Tree in March"
  • "The Lion Tamer" 20 April 1955
    • Variant of: "Circus in Three Rings" 1 April 1955
  • "The Little New Year" 1944
  • "Lonely Song" with pseudonym 'Sandra Peters' circa 1949
  • "Lorelei" 4 July 1958
  • "Love Is a Parallax" circa 1954-1955
  • "Love Letter" 16 October 1960
  • "Lyonnesse" 21 October 1962
  • "Mad Girl's Love Song" 21 February 1953
  • "Magi" circa October 1960
  • "Magnolia Shoals" before 21 September 1959
  • "Main Street at Midnight" 26 June 1958
    • Later published as "Owl"
  • "Man In Black" 20? March 1959
  • "The Manor Garden" before 19 October 1959
  • "March" 10 April 1945
  • "March 15 Muse"
  • "March 21"
  • "marcia" circa 1954-1955
    • "She Will Be Always"
  • "Marcia and Sylvia" 1943
  • "Mary's Song" 19 November 1962
    • Variant Title: "Song of Mary"
      Variant Title: "Sunday"
  • "Maudlin" Fall 1956
    • Variant title: "Mad Maudlin"
  • "May" 15 May 1947
  • "Mayflower" 21 January 1957
  • "Medallion" before 21 September 1959
  • "Medusa" 16 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "Mum: Medusa"
  • "Megrims" 20 November 1956
  • "Memoirs of a Spinach-Picker" Early July? 1958
  • "Metamorphoses of the Moon" 14 November 1954
  • "Metamorphosis" 18-21 April 1956
    • Variant title: "Faun" 18-21 April 1956
  • "Metaphors" 20 March 1959
  • "Midnight in the Mid-Atlantic" July 1960
    • Variant title: "On Deck"
  • "Midnight Snow" 1950
  • "Midsummer Mobile" 6 September 1954
    • Variant Title: "Suspend This Day" 6 September 1954
  • "Million Dollar Month" 12 March 1955
  • "Mirror" 23 October 1961
    • Variant Title: "Mirror Talk"
  • "Miss Drake Proceeds to Supper" 23-26 June 1956
  • "Missing Mother" circa 8 September 1947
  • "The Mistake" 4 March 1948
  • "Monarch Mind" 23 November 1956
    • Variant title: "Natural History" 23 November 1956
  • "Monologue at 3 a.m." 3 October 1956
  • "The Moon and the Yew Tree" 22 October 1961
  • "Moonrise" before 27 July 1958
  • "Moonsong at Morning" 6 March 1955
  • "Morning in the Hospital Solarium" 8 January 1955
  • "Morning Song" 19 February 1961
  • "Mornings of Mist" 19 July 1946
  • "Motherly Love" 1940
  • "The Munich Mannequins" 28 January 1963
    • Variant Title: "The Bald Madonnas"
  • "Mushrooms" 13 November 1959
  • "Mussel Hunter at Rock Harbor" 22 May - 11 June 1958
  • "My Garden" 18 June 1945
  • "My Grandfather's Birthday" 1943
  • "My Grandmother" 1943
  • "My House" 1941
  • "My Mother and I" 1940
  • "Mystic" 1 February 1963
    • Variant title: "Woodcut"
  • "My Teaparty" 1942
  • "Natural History" 23 November 1956
    • Variant title: "Monarch Mind" 23 November 1956
  • "Neither Moonlight Nor Starlight" 1948-1949 (contains 'You ask me why I spend my life writing')
  • "The Net-Menders" before 27 July 1958
  • "Never Try to Know More Than You Should" circa 15 April 1953
    • Variant title: "Admonitions"
  • "Never try to trick me with a kiss" 1952-1955
  • "neveryou"
  • "New England Library" 17 May 1947
  • "New England Winter without Snow" 8 January 1955
  • "New Year on Dartmoor" circa early 1962
  • "Nick and the Candlestick" 29 October 1962
  • "The Night Dances" 4-6 November 1962
  • "Night Shift" Late July 1958?
    • Printed under the title "Poem"
  • "The night was dark, the earth was still", [first line]
  • "Not Here" circa 1950
  • "Notes on Zarathustra's Prologue" 6 February 1955
  • "Notes to a Neophyte" 12 March 1955
  • "November Graveyard" 9 September 1956
    • Variant title: "November Graveyard, Haworth"
  • "Obsession" 1948
  • "Obstacle Course" 16 September 1956
  • "October" 25 August 1946
  • "Odds and Ends"
  • "Ode for Ted" 20-21 April 1956
    • Variant title: "Poem for Pan" 20-21 April 1956
  • "Ode on a Bitten Plum" 1949
    • Published as: "Ode to a Bitten Plum"
  • "Ode to an Onion" 19 November 1956
  • "Old Ladies' Home" March? 1959
  • "Oh, once upon a summertime" [first line]; circa 1946-1948
  • "On Deck" July 1960
    • Variant title: "Midnight in the Mid-Atlantic"
  • "On Looking into the Eyes of a Demon Lover" 6 March 1955
  • "On the Decline of Oracles" 22-28 March 1958
  • "On the Difficulty of Conjuring Up a Dryad" Fall 1956
  • "On the Extra" 19 November 1956
  • "On the Futility of a Lexicon" 12 March 1955
  • "On the Liberty of a Lexicon"
  • "On the Plethora of Dryads" 24, 26 October 1956
  • "The Other" 2 July 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Other One"
      Variant Title: "Mannequin"
  • "The Other Two" February/March? 1959
  • "Ouija" August 1957
  • "Our Poem" July 1945
  • "Owl" 26 June 1958
    • Printed under the title "Main Street at Midnight"
  • "P. N." 1948
  • "Pagan Song"
  • "Pan"
  • "Panegyric" before 3 October 1956
  • "Paradox" before 1950?
  • "Parallax" 16 April 1953
    • Published as "1" in "Trio of Love Songs"
  • "Paralytic" 29 January 1963
  • "Parliament Hill Fields" 11 February 1961
  • "Patience" 1948
  • "Pearls of Dew (a chant)" 1940-1943
    • Variant title: "Pearls of Dew"
      Variant title: "Pearls of Dew (Chant)"
  • "Peace" in 1946-1947 diary
  • "A Peripatetic Sonnet (by a peripatetic Smith Girl)" before 14 April 1952
    • Variant title: "The Suitcases are Packed Again"
  • "Persecuted" 17 April 1948
  • "Perseus"
  • "Perseus: The Triumph of Wit over Suffering" 20 March 1958
  • "Pheasant" 7 April 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Pheasant"
  • "Pigeon Post" 8 July 1955
  • "Poem" ["Hear the crickets chirping" first line]; 16 May 1941
  • "A Poem" before 1945
  • "Poem for a Birthday" 22 October- 3 November 1959
    • "1. Who"
    • "2. Dark House"
    • "3. Maenad"
    • "4. The Beast"
    • "5. Flute Notes from A Reedy Pond"
    • "6. Witch Burning"
    • "7. The Stones"
  • "Poems, Potatoes" Fall? 1958
  • "Point Shirley" 16-17 January 1959
  • "Polly's Tree" 5 October 1959
  • "Poppies in July" 20 July 1962
  • "Poppies in October" 27 October 1962
  • "Portrait" [1948]
  • "Portrait D'une Jeune Fille"
  • "The Princess and the Goblins" 19 February 1955
  • "Private Ground" 25 February 1961
    • Variant Title: "In Frost Time"
  • "Prologue to Spring" 9 February 1955
  • "Prophet [by Rainer Maria Rilke]: Liberal Translation" circa 8 December 1954
  • "Prospect" Winter 1956
  • "Purdah" 28-29 October 1962
  • "Pursuit" 27-28 February 1956
  • "Queen Mary's Rose Garden" circa 1960-1961
  • "The Queen's Complaint" 18-19 April 1956
    • Variant title: "Complaint of the Crazed Queen"
      Varient title: "Mad Queen's Song"
  • "Question" before 27 October 1949
  • "The Rabbit Catcher" 21 May 1962
    • Variant Title: "Snares"
  • "Rain" 22 May 1945
  • "The Rain"
  • "The Ravaged Face" 8-19 March 1959
  • "Recantation" Spring 1956
  • "Recess"
  • "Recognition" 1948
  • "Reflection" 1948
  • "Reflections at 12"
  • "Resolve" Fall 1956
  • "Reverie" November 1947
    • Variant title: "Nostalgia"
  • "Rhyme" Fall 1956
  • "Riddle" 1948
  • "Riddle" Spring 1960
    • See: "Words for a Nursery"
  • "The Rival" July 1961
  • "Riverside Reverie" before August 1952
    • Revision of: "Gone is the River"
  • "rondeau"
  • "Rondeau Redoublé" 30 January 1955
  • "Runaway" 9 July 1958
    • See: "Whiteness I Remember"
  • "The Scarlet Beacon" 25 August 1946
  • "The Scullion's Dream" circa 1952-1955
    • Variant title: "Triolet Frivole"
  • "Sculptor" Late July 1958?
  • "Sea Change" 7 July 1955
  • "Sea Symphony" 1946
  • "Second Winter" 9 March 1955
  • "A Secret" 10 October 1962
  • "Seek No More the Young" 11 March 1949
    • Variant title: "Latvian Lament"
      Variant title: "Latvian Threnody"
  • "Sestina" 13-14 July 1955
  • "She Will Be Always"
    • Variant title: "marcia"
  • "Sheen & Speck" 22 October 1956
  • "Sheep in Fog" 2 December 1962 & 28 January 1963
    • Variant Title: "Fog Sheep"
  • "The Shrike" 3 July 1956
  • "A Silver Thread" 25 August 1946
  • "Simplicity" 25 August 1946
  • "Sleep in the Mojave Desert" 5 July 1960
  • "The Sleepers" 1948
  • "The Sleepers" October? 1959
  • "The slime of all my yesterdays" [first line]
    • Variant title: "April 18"
  • "Slow, slow, the rhythm of the moon" [first line]; 1950
  • "Small Hours" 21 February 1961
    • Variant Title: "Night Thoughts"
      Variant Title: "Barren Woman"
  • "Snakecharmer" 22-28 March 1958
  • "Snow" 1940
  • "The Snowflake Star" 10 January 1945-21 February 1945
  • "The Snowman on the Moor" before 14 January 1957
  • "Soliloquy of the Solipsist" 18 November 1956
  • "Solo" after Summer 1951
  • "Something there was about the time" [first line]
  • "Song"
  • "Song for a Revolutionary Love" circa Spring 1955
  • "Song for a Summer's Day" 20 April 1956
  • "Song for a Thaw" 10 March 1955
  • "Song of a Superfluous Spring" with pseudonym 'Sandra Peters' circa 1947-1948
  • "Song of Eve" 9 March 1955
  • "Song of the Daydreamer" 1948
  • "Song of the Wild Geese" 1948
    • Variant title: "Wild Geese"
  • "Sonnet After Squall" 24 October 1956
  • "Sonnet for a Green-eyed Sailor" 12 April 1955
  • "Sonnet: The Suitcases are Packed Again" before 14 April 1952
    • Variant title: "Peripatetic Sonnet (by a Peripatetic Smith Girl)"
      Published as "The Suitcases are Packed Again"
  • "Sonnet to a Dissembling Spring" 1 September 1951
    • Variant title: "Sonnet: To Spring"
      Variant title: "To a Dissembling Spring"
  • "Sonnet to a Shade" February 27, 1955
    • Variant title: "Sonnet: To a Shade"
  • "Sonnet to Satan" 17 April 1955
  • "Sonnet: To Eva" before 2 November 1951
  • "Sonnet: To Time" before 13 November 1951
    • Variant title: "To Time"
  • "A Sorcerer Bids Farewell to Seem" 12 April 1955
  • "Sorrow" 1947
  • "Southern Sunrise" February/March? 1959
  • "Sow" before 14 January 1957
  • "Spider" before 27 July 1958
  • "Spinning Song" with pseudonym 'Sandra Peters' circa 1947-1948
  • "Spinster" 19 October 1956
  • "The Spiteful Crone" 21-25 June 1956
  • "Spring" 1944
  • "Spring" 1945
  • "Spring Again" 1948
  • "The Spring Parade" 19 March 1945
  • "Spring Sacrament" 14 February 1955
    • Variant title: "April Aubade"
  • "Spring Song to a Housewife" circa 1952-1955
  • "Stars Over the Dordogne" circa Summer 1961
    • Variant Title: "Stars at Lacan"
  • "A stately pine tree silhouetted"
  • "Steely-Blue Crags" 25 May 1947
  • "Stillborn" before 29 March 1961
    • Variant Title: "A Book of Dead Poems"
  • "Stings (I)" 2 August 1962
  • "Stings" 6 October 1962
  • "The Stoic"
  • "Stopped Dead" 19 October 1962
  • "The Stranger" 1947
  • "The stream, from a subterranean" [first line]; November 1947
  • "Street Song" 4 October 1956
  • "Strumpet Song" 29 April 1956
  • "Submerged"
    • Referred to by Olwyn Hughes in 1970, probably "Lyonnesse"
  • "The sweet sickish female odor" [first line]
  • "Suicide Off Egg Rock" 19 February 1959
  • "The Suitcases are Packed Again" before 14 April 1952
  • "Summer Street" 1948
  • "The sunrise"
  • "The Surgeon at 2 a.m." 29 September 1961
  • "Suspend This Day" 6 September 1954
    • Variant Title: "Midsummer Mobile"
  • "The Swarm" 7 October 1962
    • Variant Title: "The Bees"
  • "Tale of a Tub" 20 February 1956
  • "Temper of Time" 1 February 1955
  • "Terminal" circa Spring 1955
  • "Thalidomide" 8 November 1962
    • Variant Title: "Half-Moon"
  • "The Thin People" Late 1957
    • Variant title: "The Moon was a Fat Woman Once"
  • "Thought"
  • "Thoughts" 1937
  • "'Three Caryatids Without a Portico' by Hugh Robus, A study in sculptural dimensions" 28 February 1955
  • "Three Sycamores"
    • Referred to by Janice Markey, 1993: 165
  • "Three Women: A Poem for Three Voices" circa March 1962
  • "Thy Kingdom Come"
  • "A time of clear white understanding" [first line]
  • "The Times Are Tidy" Fall? 1958
  • "Tinker Jack and the Tidy Wives" 7 June 1956
  • "To a Jilted Lover" 9 March 1955
    • Variant title: "Apotheosis"
      Variant title: "Apotheosis of an Avenging Lover"
  • "To Ariadne (Deserted by Theseus)" 10 June 1949
  • "To Eva" 30 November 1951; revised 20 February 1953
    • Variant title: "Sonnet: To Eva"
  • "To Eva Descending the Stair" 20 February 1953
  • "To Miss Cox" 15 October 1946
  • "To the Boy Inscrutable as God" 7 September 1954
    • Variant title: "Eve Describes Her Birthday Party"
  • "To Time" before 13 November 1951
    • Variant title: "Sonnet: To Time"
  • "Torch Song"
  • "Totem" 28 January 1963
  • "Touch-and-Go" 5 October 1956
  • "The Tour" 25 October 1962
  • "The Traveller" 27 March 1948
  • "The Trial of Man" 1954-1955
  • "Trio of Love Songs" 16-17 April 1953
    • Comprised of: "Parallax", "Verbal Calisthenics", and "Warning" (aka "Admonition")
      "Admonition", "Verbal Calisthenics", and "Parallax"
  • "Triolet Frivole" circa 1952-1955
    • Variant title: "The Scullion's Dream"
  • "Tulips" 18 March 1961
  • "Tulips at Dawn" 1948
  • "Twas the Night Before Monday"
  • "Twelfth Night" before 11 September 1952
    • Variant title: "Cinderella"
  • "Twilight"
  • "Two Campers in Cloud Country (Rock Lake, Canada)" July 1960
  • "Two Lovers and a Beachcomber by the Real Sea" 22 March 1955
  • "Two Sisters of Persephone" 24 May 1956
  • "Two Views of a Cadaver Room" Late July 1958?
  • "Two Views of Withins" Summer? 1957
  • "Valentine: Lines to a Rich Bachelor"
  • "Van Winkle's Village" 15 January 1952
  • "Vanity Fair" 28 October 1956
  • "Verbal Calisthenics" 16 April 1953
    • Published as "2" in "Trio of Love Songs"
  • "The village idiot who watched the weather" [first line?]; 8 June 1956
  • "Virgin in a Tree" 20 March 1958
  • "Virus TV or (We Don't Have a Set Either)"
  • "Voices"
  • "Waking in Winter" circa 1960
  • "Wallflower" 1949-1950
  • "Warning" 17 April 1953
    • Part of "Trio of Love Songs"
      Variant title: "Admonition"
  • "Watercolor of Grantchester Meadows" 19 February 1959
  • "Wayfaring at the Whitney: A Study in Sculptural Dimensions" 28 February 1955
    • Includes: "Daedalus and Icarus by Lindsay Daen" 28 February 1955
      Includes: "Kafka by Sahl Swarz" 28 February 1955
      Includes: "'Three Caryatids Without a Portico' by Hugh Robus, A study in sculptural dimensions" 28 February 1955
  • "We Too Have Gone Together"
  • "Weetamoe" 1943
  • "Wellfleet Beach Plums" circa 1952
  • "When the Stars Are Pale and Cool"
  • "White Girl between Yellow Curtains" 1952-1955
  • "White Phlox" 1949-1952
  • "Whiteness I Remember" 9 July 1958
    • Variant title: "Runaway"
  • "Whitsun" 14 February 1961
  • "Why must the slim spring rains fall now" [first line]
  • "Widow" 16 May 1961
  • "Wild Geese" 1948
    • Variant title: "Song of the Wild Geese"
  • "The Wind" 3 August 1945
  • "Winter Elegy"
  • "Winter Landscape, with Rooks" 20 February 1956
  • "A Winter Ship" March? 1959
  • "A Winter Sunset" 16 January 1946
  • "Winter Words" 1 February 1955
  • "Wintering" 9 October 1962
  • "A Winter's Tale" Late December 1958
  • "Winter Trees" 26 November 1962
    • Variant Title: "Trees"
      Variant Title: "Trees in Winter"
  • "A Wish Upon a Star" 1944
  • "Woodcut"
    • See: "Mystic"
  • "Words" 1 February 1963
  • "Words Fall to Winter"
  • "Words for a Nursery" Spring 1960
    • Variant Title: "Hand Song"
      Variant Title: "Rhyme for a Nursery"
      Variant Title: "Riddle"
  • "Words heard, by accident, over the phone" 11 July 1962
  • "Words of Advice to an English Prof"
  • "Wreath for a Bridal" 17-18 May 1956
  • "Wuthering Heights" September 1961
    • Variant Title: "Withins"
      Variant Title: "The Bald Truth About: Grass at Wuthering Heights"
  • "Yaddo: The Grand Manor" before 21 September 1959
  • "Yadwigha, on a Red Couch, Among Lilies: A Sestina for the Douanier" 27 March 1958
  • "Years" 16 November 1962
  • "You're" January/February 1960
  • "Youth" October 1947
  • "Youth's Appeal for Peace" 27 March 1948
  • "Zeitgeist at the Zoo" 8 July 1955
  • "Zoo-Keeper's Wife" 14 February 1961

Prose: Fiction

  • "A few armchairs..." [first line]
  • "About a year ago I was babysitting"
  • "Above the Oxbow" 17-31 May 1959
  • "All the Dead Dears" 22, 28 September, 20-21 October 1956
  • "Among the Bumblebees" Fall 1954
  • "Among the Shadow Throngs" 1949
  • "And Summer Will Not Come Again" circa Spring 1950
  • "The Attic View" 21 February 1948
  • "Aunt Rennie and the Elves" circa 1943
  • "The Beggars" before 15 November 1959
  • "The Bell Jar" Spring/Early Summer 1961
  • "The Big Act" 21 September 1956
  • "The Bird in the House" 19 July-27 September 1958
  • "The Birthday"
  • "The Black Bull" 22, 24, 26-27, 29-31 July, 2 August, & 12 September 1956
  • "The Bookland Carpet" circa 2 Demcember 1944
  • "Brief Encounter" February 1952
    • Variant title: "Though Dynasties Pass"
  • "The Brink" 1948
  • "Broken Glass" 30 October 1954
  • "Change-About in Mrs. Cherry's Kitchen" 26 January 1958
    • Published as Mrs. Cherry's Kitchen
  • "Christmas Encounter" 2 January 1955
  • "The Christmas Heart" 22-23 August 1955
    • Variant title: "In the Mountains"
      Variant title: "Gift of Love" 18 August 1955
  • "Coincidentally Yours" circa 1954-1955
  • "Dangerous Time" 4-6 August 1955
  • "DAR Park" 2 August 1958
  • "The Dark River" 1949
  • "The Daughters of Blossom Street" 17-31 May 1959
    • Variant title: "This Earth Our Hospital"
  • "A Day in June" circa 1949
  • "The Day Mr. Prescott Died" 1 & 28 January 1955
  • "Day of Success" 30 January-31 August 1961
  • "Den of Lions" circa Summer-Autumn 1950
  • "Dialogue" 17-18 January 1953
  • "Doubletake" Summer/Fall 1962
    • Variant title: "The Interminable Loaf"
      Variant title: "Double Exposure"
  • "Dream Man" 30 September 1956
  • "East Wind" 1949
  • "The English Bike" circa 1950
  • "The Estonian" 21 October 1951
  • "An Evening at the Hoftizers"
  • "The Fabulous Roommate" 10 August 1956
  • "Falcon Yard"
  • "The Fifteen-Dollar Eagle" before 28 December 1958
  • "The Fifty-ninth Bear" 16 September 1959
  • "First Date" 1950
  • "From the Memoirs of a Baby Sitter" 2 December 1946
  • "The Garden Party"
  • "Gift of Love" 18 August 1955
    • See: "The Christmas Heart"
  • "Gramercy Park" 1948
  • "The Green Rock" circa 1949
  • "Hardcastle Crags" 7-8, 10, 12 September 1956
    • Variant title: "Afternoon in Hardcastle Crags"
  • "Heat" 1948
  • "Heather-bird's Eyebrows"
    • See: "Initiation"
  • "Hill of Leopards" 25 February 1957
  • "Home Is Where the Heart Is" 27 January 1955
  • "The Hypnotizing Husband" 24 July 1956
  • "I Lied for Love" 4-7 April 1953
  • "Initiation" 16-18 July 1952
  • "In the Mountains" Fall 1954
    • Variant title: "The Christmas Heart" 22-23 August 1955
      Variant title: "Gift of Love" 28 August 1955
  • "In This Field We Wander Through" 1948
  • "The International Flavor" [1950]
  • "The Invisible Man" 8-10, 16, 19 October 1956
  • "Irene"
  • "The Island; a radio play" circa 18 May 1948
    • Co-authored by Mary Ventura
  • "The It-Doesn't-Matter Suit" August-September 1959
  • "Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams" 16 December 1958
  • "The Latvian" 29 February 1952
  • "The Laundromat Affair" 9 January-18 March 1957
  • "Lucky Break" 15 August 1955
  • "The Lucky Stone" 28 November-24 December 1960
    • Published as "The Perfect Place"
  • "Marie" 4 May 1952
  • "Mary Jane's Passport" 23 November 1946
  • "Mary Ventura" circa December 1951
  • "Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom" 12 December 1952
  • "Marcia Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom" 27 December 1954
    • With "Introduction: Teen-agers Can Shape the Future"
  • "The Matisse Chapel" 2 February 1956
  • "A May Morning" 23 May 1946
  • "A Morning in the Agora" 30 November 1946
  • "The Miraculous End of Miss Minton" 10 February 1947
  • "Mission to Mars" 28 July 1947
  • "Mothers" circa October 1961-1962
  • "Mrs. McFague and the Corn Vase Girl" circa August 1957-July 1958
  • "The Mummy" 29 September-3 October 1959
  • "The Mummy's Tomb" 17 May 1946
  • "My Studio Romance" 27 March 1952
  • "The New Day" 3 & 5 June 1952
  • "The New Girl" 1950
  • "The New Zealand spinach was good that morning"
  • "The music wailed out from the radio..."
  • "On the Penthouse Roof" 18 May 1946
  • "One World" 22 March 1947
  • "Operation Valentine" 18 July-5 August 1957
  • "The Perfect Place" 28 November-24 December 1960
  • "The Perfect Setup" September-October 1951
  • "Place: A bedroom, Saturday night", in June; 1949
  • "Platinum Summer" 20-22 July/4, 8-10 August 1955
  • "The Pond in Spring" circa 14 May 1946
  • "A Prospect of Cornucopia" 25-28 September 1959
  • "Remember the Stick Man" 1,2, 6 August, 15, 19 September 1956
  • "Room in the World" 7 March 1950
  • "Runaway" after 19 December 1955
  • "Sally" after 3 January 1949
  • "Sarah" 7 March 1948
  • "The Shadow" 31 December 1958-7 January 1959
  • "Shadow Girl" 1 September-13 October 1961
  • "Side Hall Girl" 16 February 1956
  • "The Smoky Blue Piano" 27-28 December 1954 & 15 January 1955
  • "Snow Blitz" January 1963
  • "Spring Song" circa 28 March 1946
  • "Stardust" 22 June 1946
  • "Star Island"
  • "Stone Boy with Dolphin" circa March 1958
  • "Suburban Nocturne" 11 November 1951
  • "Sunday at the Mintons" 25 March, 7-8 April 1952
  • "Superman and Paula Brown's New Snowsuit" 6-7 November 1954
  • "Sweetie Pie and the Gutter Men" 2-18 May 1959
  • "That Widow Mangada" 3, 5-9 August & 13 September 1956
  • "This Earth Our Hospital" 17-31 May 1959
    • Variant title: "The Daughters of Blossom Street"
  • "Though Dynasties Pass" February 1952
    • Variant title: "Brief Encounter"
  • "Tomorrow Begins Today" 28 January 1955
  • "Tongues of Stone" 28 January 1955
  • "The Trouble-Making Mother" 18-24 July 1957
  • "Two Fat Girls on Beacon Hill" circa September 1958-June 1959
  • "Two Gods of Alice Denway" 1952-1953 or 1954-1955
  • "Venus in the Seventh" 25 February 1957
  • "Victory" 12 November 1946
  • "The Visitor" 28 March 1948
  • "Watch My Line" circa 1947-1950
  • "The White Mantle Murders" circa 17-18 June 1947
  • "Wie Ich Einmal Mein Kleinen Bruder Neckte" 1954-1955
  • "A Winter's Tale" 1 September-28 December 1961
  • "The Wishing Box" 8, 11 October 1956


Prose: Nonfiction

  • "14 Colleges to Take Part in Poetry Reading Festival" before 6 May 1954
  • "15 Area Girls to Graduate from Smith College on June 9" before 27 May 1952
  • "America! America!" January 1963
  • "Americaine in Paris" circa 3 May 1956
    • Variant title: "Spring Sketching in Paris"
  • American Poetry Now: "Introduction" circa Autumn 1961
  • "An American in Paris" 15-16 April 1956
  • "The Arts in America: 1954. Collage by a Collegian" 28 February 1955
  • "As a Baby-Sitter Sees It" circa Summer-Autumn 1951
  • "Assembly Lineup: January 30".
  • "The Atomic Threat; before 28 April 1948"
  • "Austrian-born Junior enlists in Women's Marine Corps, 'Can't wait to get there'" before 16 May 1953
  • "B. and K. at the Claridge" circa Spring-Summer 1956
  • "Beach Plum Season on Cape Cod" before 14 August 1958
  • "Bradford Editors Attend Boston Tea Party!!" circa January-February 1950
  • "Cambridge Letter" 8-9 May 1956
  • "Cambridge Vistas" circa 1957-1958
    • Published under the name Sylvia Plath Hughes
  • "Campaign Speech on the Tribe of Maugus" 1 January 1947
  • "Can Benefit By the Writing of Satirists" before 21 November 1951
  • "Can Rent Reproductions" before 2 October 1952
  • "Central Spot for Religion Groups at Smith" before 7 October 1952
  • "Cheers, Jeers Promised for Smith Game" before 27 October 1952
  • "Chrysanthemums are on Display at Smith" before 11 November 1952
  • "Club Report" 27 November 1946
  • "College Group Will Debate on February 11" before 12 December 1952
  • "A Comparison" circa June 1962
  • "Context" circa Autumn 1961
  • "'Crisis' Is Topic of Dr. Niebuhr In Northampton" before 6 February 1952
  • "Dr. A. Gesell Gives Lecture For Day School PTA" before 3 March 1952
  • "Drive for Hymnals at Smith College" before 13 March 1953
  • "Eccentricity" from What Made You Stay? interview, 14 April 1962
  • "Explorations Lead to Interesting Discoveries" before 19 October 1959
  • "Faith Groups Open Center For Students" before 6 October 1952
  • "First Recital at Smith College is Sunday at 8:30" 24 October 1952
  • "First Recital Sunday"
  • "Float Night at College" before 15 May 1953
  • "Freshman at Smith Will Meet Local Ministers" before 1 October 1952
  • "Freshman to Greet Pastors of Churches" before 1 October 1952
  • "Frost Presents Poetry Readings" before 11 April 1952
  • "General Jodpur's Conversion" before 10 November 1961
  • "Guess Where Its Heaven to be a Girl" 1955-1957
  • "'Heresy Hunts' Menace Liberty: Struik Claims" before 4 March 1952
  • "Hillel Group Plans First Social Function" before 7 November 1952
  • "The Ideal Summer" 17 February 1953 (written for Mademoiselle guest editor assignment)
  • "In Retrospect: A Plea for Moderation" circa 19 March 1951
    • Co-authored by Marcia Brown
  • "Introducin'" [write-up on Mr. Coletta, a teacher]; before 30 October 1947
  • "John Mason Brown Lectures on Writer's Responsibility" before 15 April 1953
  • "Junior High Briefs" 7 October 1946
  • "Kitchen of the Fig Tree" before 5 May 1959
  • "Landscape of Childhood" circa 28 January 1963
    • Original title of "Ocean 1212-W"
  • "Last Word on College" May-June 1953
  • "Laughton holds audience spellbound with readings" before 6 May 1953
  • "Leaves from a Cambridge Notebook" 13-14 January 1956
  • "Lectures Arranged by Hillel Foundation" before 17 October 1952
  • "Life University Second Program Slated Sunday" before 7 March 1952
  • "The Magic Mirror" 15 January 1955
  • "Many Area Students Are Among the 464 Who Will Get Smith Degrees on June 8" before 20 May 1953
  • "Many happy returns" [Letter]; January-February 1955
  • "Marxism Seeks to Replace God, Lecturer Says" before 13 March 1952
  • "Misery of Man is Due to His Defects" before 11 March 1952
  • "Miss Palmer's Treasures" before 6 February 1948
  • "More Than 100 Varieties of Chrysanthemums Will Be Seen at Lyman Plant House" before 11 November 1952
  • "Mosaics - An Afternoon of Discovery" before 12 October 1959
  • "Mrs. L. Diem of Cologne Visiting Smith" before 11 November 1952
  • "The Neilson Professor" Autumn 1954
  • "Newly Revised Edition of 'Smith Review' Has Articles by Students" before 12 December 1952
  • "Oblongs" before 18 May 1962
  • "Ocean 1212-W" circa 28 January 1963
    • Variant title: "Landscape of Childhood"
  • "Ogden Nash is Speaker" before 2 May 1952
  • "Ogden Nash's Rhyming Knack Makes Up for His Talent Lack" before 30 April 1952
  • "On God"
  • "Oregonian Originals" before 9 November 1962
  • "Pair of Queens" before 27 April 1962
  • "Passoved [sic] Will Be Marked Monday at Smith College" before 21 March 1953
  • "Poppy Day at Cambridge" 11 November 1956
  • "Poets on Campus" May-June 1953
  • "Rev. Dr. Roberts Will Be Vespers Speaker" before 7 March 1952
  • "Review of Stones of Troy by C. A. Trypanis" March 1957
  • "Rewards of a New England Summer" July-September 1950
  • "Says Capitalism May Save Asia" before 16 November 1951
  • "Says Music Can Illustrate Cultural Life" before 17 January 1952
  • "Shale that is 400,000,000 Years Old at Smith Lab" before 14 April 1953
  • "Sketchbook of a Spanish Summer" 3 September 1956
  • "Smith Christians Group Points to Achievements" before 14 May 1953
  • "Smith College" before 18 April 1952
  • "Smith College Field Events Saturday Afternoon, Night" before 15 May 1953
  • "Smith College Holds Clinic" 24 October 1952
  • "Smith College In Retrospect" 30 April-1 May 1956
  • "Smith College Play Delights 'Hamp Audience" before 15 May 1953
  • "Smith College Seder" before 21 March 1953
  • "Smith Events" before 2 October 1952
  • "Smith Girls to Take Exams in Civil Service" before 5 December 1951
  • "Smith Girls Will Get Chance to Jeer Faculty" before 27 October 1952
  • "Smith Hears Frost in Muse and Views" before 10 April 1952
  • "Smith Library Displaying 'Fanny Fern Collection'" before 5 May 1952
  • "Smith Outing Club Will Bike To Hatfield" before 15 October 1952
  • "Smith Provides Writing Clinic" before 9 November 1952
  • "Smith Review Revived" before Autumn 1953
  • "Smith Students Have Service of Koffee Klatch" before 20 February 1952
  • "Social Life Without Sororities: A Profile of Smith College" circa 13 January 1955
  • "Sports Clinic at Smith" 24 October 1952
  • "Spring Sketching in Paris" circa 3 May 1956
    • Variant title: "Americaine in Paris"
  • "Student's Prize Story Featured in Review" before 12 December 1952
  • "Succoth Service" before 2 October 1952
  • "Suffering Angel" before 7 December 1962
  • "Summer Band Concert" 10 September 1952
  • "Sylvia Plath Tours the Stores and Forecasts May Week Fashions" 21-22 May 1956
  • "Tea with Olive Higgins-Prouty" 19 July 1955
  • "'True Health' Lecture Topic At The College" before 14 December 1951
  • [Unattributed article], The Campus Cat; May 1952.
  • "Universal Faith Has the Answer, Dr. Niebuhr Says" before 5 February 1952
  • "Varied Religions and Cultural Program Planned For Smith College Students" before 17 October 1952
  • "Visiting the Home Rooms: Room 5 - Miss Sullivan" [unattributed].
  • "A Walk to Withens" before 6 June 1959
  • "Wardrobe for Six Weeks in Europe" circa 1955
  • "Watching the Water-Voles" after 3 May 1959
  • "Week-End Dance" before 7 November 1952
  • "Youth's Appeal for Peace" 27 March 1948
    • Co-authored by Perry Norton
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