"Ariel" is a collection of poetry which explores the complexities of the human psyche, mental health, female identity, and the personal struggles of life. The poems are known for their vivid and often disturbing imagery, reflecting the author's own experiences with depression and suicidal thoughts. The collection is also notable for its exploration of the author's relationship with her father, her feelings of betrayal and abandonment, and her struggles with motherhood.
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