The year is 1953 and Esther Greenwood, having completed school for the educational 12 months, has won a one-month paid internship atÂ Girls DayÂ journal in New York Metropolis. The truth that this sentiment comes from the writer of The Bell Jar might shock lots of people. Sylvia Plath was an American poet, novelist, and short story author. When this lifestyle turns into mutually unique with a profession, or being a artistic individual (as is the case for Esther – her boyfriend of types, Buddy Willard, informs her that after she had kidsâ€¦ she wouldn’t need to write poems anymoreâ€) that it becomes sexist.
One such scene, which is representative of this technique used throughout The Bell Jar,â€ is the scene when Esther, having traveled to new York upon successful an internship at a famous style journal, throws her costly wardrobe out Continue reading