How Did Sylvia Plath Wrote The Bell Jar
When she looks into the mirror and realized that she is a different person in all perspectives, from the world and especially from herself. Sylvia Plath choose “Bell Jar” as name of a book to show this moment because, when Esther looked into the mirror and realized that she is no more person that she was, emotionally Esther been trapped inside the “Bell Jar”, these changes in her life stops her emotional feelings and functioning as a human. Book shows us scenes when Sylvia’s protégé even refuses to take a shower, and make her emotionally empty, this “Bell jar”, in addition there were no happiness after, “Bell Jar” steals it.
The main message of “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath is equality for women and feminism; the novel is a protest against social-norms where women represent as house slaves, and a protest of the expectations that females must fulfill to be fully considered successful in the society of U.S.A and