• Historical Fiction

    The Bell Jar

    “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath is a haunting exploration of the human psyche as it follows Esther Greenwood’s descent into mental illness in 1950s America, grappling with societal expectations and gender roles. Through raw and poetic prose, Plath captures the complexities of mental health and the pursuit of individuality, making this masterpiece a powerful portrayal of the human condition.