P.S. 此作原文是Sylvia Plath的日記，由筆者重新排版斷句譯成。
[Marilyn Monroe appeared to me last night]
Marilyn Monroe appeared to me last night
in a dream as a kind of
fairy godmother…I suppose.
I spoke, almost in tears, of how much
she and Arthur Miller meant to us,
although they could, of course,
not know us at all.
She gave me an expert manicure.
I had not wash my hair,
and asked her about hairdressers,
saying no matter where I went, they always imposed
a horrid cut on me.
She invited me to visit her during the Christmas…
promising a new, flowering life.
Did launder clothes yesterday.
Must do handwash today.
Go over Ted’s two stories.
Either draw or do German.
Quoted from: Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath, New York: Anchor Books, 2000, p.513-4.