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The bell jar is both darkly funny and acutely observed, capturing in vivid and witty prose the society plath inhabited in the 1950s a modern classic, the bell jar is. Unfortunately, for sylvia plath the bell jar returned she committed suicide in 1963, a month after the bell jar’s publication (poetsorg) annah eichner, april 2013. The bell jar by sylvia plath, 9780571226160, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide.Download
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