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Then at top speed and with very little revision from start to finish she wrote The Bell Jar," he explained.Plath was writing the novel under the sponsorship of the Eugene F.The reader also learns more about her early college years.The Bell Jar addresses the question of socially acceptable identity.Her mother encourages, or perhaps forces, her to see a psychiatrist, Dr.Gordon, whom Esther mistrusts because he is attractive and seems to be showing off a picture of his charming family rather than listening to her.The novel was published under Plath's name for the first time in 1967 and was not published in the United States until 1971, in accordance with the wishes of both Plath's husband, Ted Hughes, and her mother.
Esther now feels free from her fears about the consequences of sex; free from previous pressures to get married, potentially to the wrong man. Nolan, Esther improves and various life-changing events helps her regain her sanity.It examines Esther's "quest to forge her own identity, to be herself rather than what others expect her to be." Esther feels she is a prisoner to domestic duties and she fears the loss of her inner self.