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    meditation, it was incredibly enjoyable as to how little of your senses you used. It felt as if my head was empty and I could freely think. The twenty minutes went by quickly, as if I was sleeping but I know that I wasn’t. I was surprised to hear the bell chime and all the stress that had been burdening from that morning and before, really just did not seem like a big…

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    walking to school and they waited for her. They saw her and said,” hi !” to christy and she said ,”back hi !” After that they went inside the school and the teacher Mrs.Hunter said ,”hi girls to Amy,Mirna,and Christy they said hi Mrs hunter.Last the bell rang and they were getting ready to go to their first period class which they had the first period together which was P.E.…

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    in woods by the cemetery and heard a bell ringing. Being curious the boys went to investigate the sound. They peered out of the trees to the side of the cemetery. What they saw were graves and grave markers looking as eerie as ever in the moonlight. What drew their attention to the new grave none of them ever knew but as they watched the boys saw…

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    Bell Jar Metaphor

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    to escape the bell jar around society and start a new life that is not dictated by others. The bell jar is also symbolic of the madness and insanity she is trying to escape as her perspective on the world is being, stifled preventing her from connecting with other people and sharing her views with others in the world. Although at the end the bell jar is lifted and she can resist the oppression of society and the mental institutions she is still tainted by the fear that someday the bell jar will…

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    The Liberty Bell is a monument of the United States of America. The most significant and recognized feature of the Liberty Bell has a crack running up the side. The Liberty Bell was ordered in celebration of the Declaration of Independence and the 50 year anniversary of Philadelphia's original Constitution. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is home to the Liberty Bell and will forever be its home. You really need to see the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell may be old and worn like other monuments in the…

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    The Representation of the Bell Jar As long as suffering exists, so too does the search for its explanation. The human urge to romanticize pain explains this pursuit, but mental illness is unfortunately unyielding to simple justifications. In Sylvia Plath’s “The Bell Jar,” protagonist Esther Greenwood struggles with her mental illness in many ways, most of all in finding the strength to understand it. While wrestling with her separation from the world, she explores the ways in which to represent…

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    yearning to understand a pain that has no answer. This search can be linked to the human condition to romanticize the unsightly in order to make it an ideal, but mental illness is unfortunately unyielding to easy explanations. In Sylvia Plath’s “The Bell Jar,” protagonist Esther Greenwood struggles with her mental illness in many ways, most of all in finding the strength to understand it. While wrestling with her separation from the world, she explores the ways in which to represent and analyze,…

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    A Bell Jar The notion of ideal gender roles that have been brought up by the post-world war two era are self-evident in the novel, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath. The title of the novel itself represents how the protagonist, Esther, feels about the pressure of holding up to proper feminine decorum put into place by society. This is obvious when Esther begins to explain about her life choices, as represented by the fig tree, where each fig is a path that Esther can choose to live, however choosing…

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    Many people grew up with magic. I'm not referring to Harry Potter magic or magician's magic, you know the whole pulling a bunny out of a hat trick. Many people grew up with magic- Disney magic. Disney was a huge part of many peoples' childhood. You had a favorite character, a favorite Disney princess, and a favorite movie. Your bedspread, blankets, pillows, bedroom furniture, and clothes further solidified your love for all things Disney. Let's face it, everything you owned was Disney. Disney…

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    Gender In The Bell Jar

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    In the late nineteen-fifties, women were pressured into conforming to specific criteria which corresponded to their roles as members of the female gender. Sylvia Plath discusses such roles throughout her literary works. In Sylvia Plath’s novel The Bell Jar, she employs imagistic motifs in order to confront the issues that…

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