Psychological Analysis of Esther Greenwood in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar
Psychology is the study of mind and study of the mental process. It is applicable to every human beings in the world. Psychology studies people, who they are, what they are and why they are behaving in an abnormal way, what is leading them to the abnormality. Literature is like a mirror, where the reflecting image varies from each and every one, thus literature can quenches everyone’s thirst, where as Sylvia Plath took Literature to express her own feelings. Her suppressed desire is burst out in the form of the novel, The Bell Jar (1963).
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