bell jar


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bell jar

A glass vessel with an opening at only one end.
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In one of the most often cited passages from Sylvia Plath's 1963 novel, The Bell jar, Plath's protagonist, Esther Greenwood, reflects upon the potential paths her life might take and her ultimate inability to make decisions about her future:
It was only after writing Birthday Letters that Hughes felt some measure of release from his own bell jar.
If blue is your colour, look out for a bell jar (from pounds 129.
Martini displayed in a bell jar, the hollow pupiled olive, whitening with age.
Her novel, "The Bell Jar," was released to widespread accolades throughout the literary community and her poetry has been described as the quintessential voice of female empowerment and longing.
The biggest challenge', she says, 'is that you can't put these buildings under a bell jar to project them from weather, wear and tear.
Geographical and political isolation insured that Asmara, capital of independent Eritrea, was a bit of a bell jar, preserving some of the best examples of Fascist architecture, in addition to Novecento, neoclassical, neo-Baroque and futurist styles.
Scholars pontificate upon Sylvia Plath's, The Bell Jar, Edvard Munch's "The Scream," and even Hendrix's "Manic Depression," but how many art historians peruse Norman Rockwell's "Boy Scouts' Calendar"?
In the eloquent tradition of The Bell Jar and I Never Promised You a Rose Garden comes this haunting book, inspired by the true story of the author's life.
Lee Tzu Pheng reexamines Sylvia Plath in "Under the Bell Jar," ending: "You chose to close the book / when the ink ran near to blood; you lost your nerve at last.