"Damn, she could write." THOR KAH HOONG discusses his avoidance of Sylvia Plath's journals. His Master's project was Plath. He expresses gratitude that the journals had not been published at the time of his project or he would have been "paralysed (sic) with the effort of absorbing all the material in the journals and slotting them into my Grand Illusion."
Note: I am presently reading her Journals. Along with Letters Home, they make a most interesting compendiumm to her work.