The Bell Jar


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Further reading

  • Dowbnia, R. (2014). Consuming Appetites: Food, Sex, and Freedom in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. Women's Studies, 43(5), 567-588.
  • Susan, C. (2014). Images of Madness and Retrieval: An Exploration of Metaphor in The Bell Jar. (2), 161.

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