Court Green and Grounds, circa 1961-1962: Map showing Sylvia Plath's home, Court Green, as situated within the town of North Tawton, Devonshire. In addition to Court Green and its surrounding acreage, this map shows the location of the village playground and the directions of both Dartmoor and the Taw River, as well as the location of the village's public restrooms and ancient jail, both mentioned in Plath's 1962 short story "Mothers." The signage on the restroom doors - "Gentlemen" and "Ladies" - is sarcastically echoed in Plath's poem "Lady Lazarus," written later the same year.

Map copyright Kate Moses