Sylvia Plath is an American novelist, poet, and short-story writer. The American Writer was born on 27th October 1932. She was part of the literary movement known as confessional poetry. The writer is known for his work The Bell Jar and Ariel. She was one of the most admired and dynamic poets of the 20th century. The poet married another famous writer Ted Hughes. Sylvia Plath's pen name or pseudonym was Victoria Lucas.