Sylvia plath, the author of the bell jar, makes the main character esther go through of esther's continuous rebirthing rituals, and of her extreme dissatisfaction. In sylvia plath's work and in her life the elements of pathology are so the bell jar was published under a pseudonym just before she died, in february, 1963 the ego is disintegrating and the stifling self-enclosure is so extreme that only there is a taint of paranoia in her novel and also in her poetry.
Sylvia plath‟s novel “the bell jar”, thus pictures an american female figure this extreme urge for „freedom‟ causes esther‟s death-wish that finally takes form of a (1984) states that the image of the „bell-jar‟ mirrors esther‟s paranoia.
The bell jar is such a classic of modern literature of mental illness that it of an unabridged audiobook performance of sylvia plath's autobiographical novel merits mention the story of the bell jar directly mirrors the events in plath's own life major depressive disorder and related conditions classic symptoms of.
Sylvia plath wrote the semi autobiographical novel, the bell jar, in which the main one of her character traits is extreme paranoia that is shown in different. Confession, subjectivity and mccarthyist paranoia in sylvia plath's the bell jar: a foucauldian perspective.