Narration In The Bell Jar

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2.3-Results and Discussion: The writer in The Bell Jar tries to prove that the woman is able to face the whole society and does what she wants. The woman has an ability to prove to the world her strength to achieve her desires. She does not accept the life which the society forced her to live in, but she thinks to make a better one. Although she faced many difficulties but she overcomes them. Sylvia Plath used the first person narration to prove that the woman is able to talk about herself. Esther expresses her thoughts and feelings as in example 1, 4, and 5, as she said I thought, I knew, and I could think … etc. The examples 2, 3, 6, 7and 8 are used to prove the wrong decisions she takes in her life. She used here this kind of narration to make sense in the novel and let the reader feels sympathy with her. The pronoun "I" repeated 3,178 time which means that the writer is keen on the rights of woman and her vote as she lets her express herself freely.
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I thought it must be the worst thing in the 2- dust blew into my eyes and down my throat. I kept hearing about the Rosenbergs over 3- Rosenbergs over the radio and at the office till I couldn 't get them out of my mind. It was 4- black, noseless balloon stinking of vinegar. I knew something was wrong with me that summer
5- was wrong with me that summer, because all I could think about was the Rosenbergs and
6- about was the Rosenbergs and how stupid I 'd been to buy all those uncomfortable,
7- plate-glass fronts along Madison Avenue. I was supposed to be having the time of my
8- supposed to be having the time of my life. I was supposed to be the envy of
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