bell jar


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a bell-shaped glass cover used to protect and display delicate objects or to cover scientific apparatus or to contain gases

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Some critics, like Susan Coyle in "Images of Madness and Retrieval: An Exploration of Metaphor in The Bell Jar," see the passage as a metaphor for Esther's psychological deterioration; Coyle notes that Esther is "'starving' not simply from indecision but also from an increasing sense of alienation from self and alienation from the world and her potential goals" (1984, 165).
This particular one is not peculiar because of a fetishistic interest in cannibalism or any other weird and wonderful obsession but rather because, while addressing a purportedly anthropological topic, it is in fact complete uninformed by contemporary anthropological knowledge and seems to exist in its own cultural bell jar.
Limiting the temperature loss in the sample from furnace to vacuum chamber, assuring that bell jar chamber seals are tight and vacuum gauge readings are constant and accurate are important to RPT accuracy and repeatability from melt to melt.
The bell jar and the bullhorn: Hernando de Soto and communication through title, Nestor M.
It was the characters in The Bell Jar, which Williams had read as a teenager, who ultimately offered the inspiration she was looking for, allowing the Mercury Music Prizenominated singer to 'stick up' for Sylvia, who was so much more than the myth she left behind.
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NEW YORK, May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Why wait for a taste of highly anticipated books like Belzhar, based on Sylvia's Plath's The Bell Jar, from bestselling author Meg Wolitzer?
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The Bell Jar remains one of the most intimate and terrifying writings of the progression of this neurological disability, as well as a beautifully crafted narrative from one of literature's most significant women.
As if to prove it, they decided to reprint Plath's catchy villanelle, "Mad Girl's Love Song," in the afterword of the copy of The Bell Jar (1981) I read in high school.
In February they bring out new editions of their greatest hits, including William Golding's Lord Of The Flies, Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar and Paul Auster's The New York Trilogy.
of Wisconsin-Superior) writes first on Plath's life and times followed by synopses, themes, and analysis of The Bell Jar and Plath's poetry.
According to the plot of the comic-book series, Kandor fell under the control of the villain Brainiac, who miniaturized the city and placed it beneath a bell jar before the planet was destroyed.