A study of the Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath and a description of the three stages of her "spiraling insanity"
"Its title, the bell jar, is a metaphorical explanation for what [Esther's] insanity felt like. It is suffocating; it closes her off from the world. When it descends, she cannot see or hear clearly and she is trapped alone."
Through the course of the novel Esther Greenwood goes through three stages, Pre-Treatment, Treatment, and Post-Treatment for her insanity. Before her treatment Esther works in New York, becomes bitterly depressed, and finally attempts suicide. During her treatment, Esther can feel the bell jar descending as she struggles with her insanity. After he…
- A study of the Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath and a description of the three stages of her "spiraling insanity"
- An in-depth review of Sylvia Plath and her poem, "Point Shirley".
- Sylvia Plath
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