Who Said It Quiz: Don Draper or Sylvia Plath?


She's an American poet. He's a creative director of the American advertising firm Sterling Cooper. One was a real person, the other is fictional. Plath's work blazed a trail for female poets and helped establish a strong tradition in confessional poetry. Draper's visions for advertising tapped into the heads and hearts of people, showing that commercials could elicit the same emotions as a piece of art. At the heart of it, both Sylvia Plath and Don Draper are two artists with a vision, and deep beneath their creativity lies hidden pain.

Take the quiz to see if you can decipher one creative genius from the other!


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