The Bell Jar Summary

The Bell Jar By Victoria Lucas Esther Greenwood is good, lovely, enormously proficient, and profitable, however slowly going below—perhaps for the last time. Another facet of this argument is covered in my article ‘Attitudes Counterfeiting Life: the Irony of Artifice in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar’, Critical Quarterly, vol. Esther had wished she’d had a mom like Jay Cee. A nurse with…

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