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If in doubt, we will always be cautious, and preserve the original spelling. I still have the make-up kit they gave me, fitted out for a person with brown eyes and brown hair: an oblong of brown mascara with a tiny brush, and a round basin of blue eye-shadow just big enough to dab the tip of your finger in, and three lipsticks ranging from red to pink, all cased in the same little gilt box with a mirror on one side.

I also have a white plastic sun-glasses case with coloured shells and sequins and a green plastic starfish sewed on to it.

I got such a kick out of all those free gifts showering on to us. For a long time afterwards I hid them away, but later, when I was all right again, I brought them out, and I still have them around the house.

I use the lipsticks now and then, and last week I cut the plastic starfish off the sun-glasses case for the baby to play with. So there were twelve of us at the hotel, in the same wing on the same floor in single rooms, one after the other, and it reminded me of my dormitory at college.

Useful Links. Doctor Gordon is the first doctor Esther encounters.

Self-obsessed and patronizing, he subjects her to traumatic shock treatments that haunt her for the rest of her time in medical care. Greenwood, Esther's mother, loves her daughter but is constantly urging Esther to mold to society's ideal of white, middle-class womanhood, from which Esther feels a complete disconnection.

Buddy Willard is Esther's former boyfriend from her hometown.

Studying to become a doctor, Buddy wants a wife who mirrors his mother, and hopes Esther will be that for him. Esther adores him throughout high school, but upon learning he is not a virgin loses respect for him and names him a hypocrite. She struggles with ending the relationship after Buddy is diagnosed with tuberculosis.

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He eventually proposes to her, but Esther refuses due to the decision that she will never marry, to which Buddy responds that she is crazy. Willard, Buddy Willard's mother, is a dedicated homemaker who is determined to have Buddy and Esther marry.

Willard, Buddy Willard's father and Mrs. Willard's husband, is a good family friend. Constantin, a simultaneous interpreter with a foreign accent, takes Esther on a date while they are both in New York.

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They return to his apartment and Esther contemplates giving her virginity to him, but in the end decides against it. Irwin is a tall but rather ugly young man, to whom Esther gives her virginity, which causes her to hemorrhage.

He is a "very well-paid professor of mathematics" and invites Esther to have coffee, which leads to her having sex with him, which leads to Esther having to go to the hospital to get help to stop the bleeding. Jay Cee is Esther's strict boss, who is very intelligent, so "her plug-ugly looks didn't seem to matter".

Lenny Shepherd, a wealthy young man living in New York, invites Doreen and Esther for drinks while they are on their way to a party. Doreen and Lenny start dating, taking Doreen away from Esther more often. Philomena Guinea, a wealthy elderly lady, was the person who donated the money for Esther's college scholarship. Esther's college requires each girl who is on scholarship to write a letter to her benefactor, thanking him or her.

Philomena invites Esther to have a meal with her. At one point, she was also in an asylum herself, and pays for the "upscale" asylum that Esther stays in.

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Marco, a Peruvian man and friend of Lenny Shepherd, is set up to take Esther to a party and ends up attempting to rape her.

Betsy, a wealthier girl from the magazine, is a "good" girl from Kansas whom Esther strives to be more like.

She serves as the opposite to Doreen, and Esther finds herself torn between the two behavioral and personality extremes. Hilda is another girl from the magazine, who is generally disliked by Esther after making negative comments about the Rosenbergs. Publication history According to her husband, Plath began writing the novel in , after publishing her first collection of poetry, The Colossus. After she separated from Hughes, Plath moved to a smaller flat apartment in London, "giving her time and place to work uninterruptedly.

Then at top speed and with very little revision from start to finish she wrote The Bell Jar,"[2] he explained.

Plath was writing the novel under the sponsorship of the Eugene F.I felt myself shrinking to a small black dot against all those red and white rugs and that pine-panelling. I think she must have reflected the neons over the bar.

Usually after a good puke you feel better right away. Jay Cee was going to lunch that noon with two famous writers, a man and a lady.

I was exactly forty-three blocks by five blocks away from my hotel.