The Bell Jar By Sylvia Math. 296 Pp. New York
The Bell Jar is the one novel written by the poet Sylvia Plath. Esther introduces herself as a person in flux, no longer able to enjoy the fruits of her old ambitions (like her faculty achievements) or to worth what society expects her to value (like the opportunity to spend a summer season working in New York). Plath revealed many other poems in magazines and newspapers locally as a child and received her first award at the age of 17 from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
7. The Bell Jar did not get the eye Plath was anticipating. Doreen desires to see and experience as much of New York as she will be able to, Esther would too, but her head and thoughts intervene with letting unfastened her naivetÃ©. Sylvia Plath didn't want her actual title on The Bell Jar as long as her mother was alive, a buddy of Plath's named Elizabeth Sigmund has said.
Although Plath does not attribute one specific cause to her protagonist's condition, she ...