The rhetorical sensitivity went wrong with communication because of different culture perspective on marriage. Every culture does not have the same belief on marriage and that’s where the problem was with both cultures. Growing up, my parents were strict on my siblings and I, not just letting us hang outside of school but also dating. They didn’t believed that we kids should date until we finish college and have our bachelor degree. My older sister went against their words and got into a relationship during her senior year of high school.
The Bell Jar concerns the mental breakdown and gradual recovery of Esther Greenwood, a young college student in the late 50s. The book starts in New York City, where she has a temporary job at the fashion magazine as a result of winning a writing contest.2 This obviously correlates with the life of the author herself, as she experienced a similar event.5 The author never denied the work’s autobiographical nature.12 Both women lost their fathers at an early age., the suicide attempts obviously resemble one another.3, number, number Other instances of autobiographical novelization appear throughout the book. The most interesting similarities, however, exist between the emotional conditions of both Sylvia and Esther. In order to illustrate these parallels, one must examine evidence of depression in both
She wasn't isolated, she had contacts with her peers, especially when they shared drugs, but she never had a true friendship. She would become very close to her roommate, but than after a short time, she would be disappointed in her friends. She had serious problems with drugs, she had a period of life-threatening anorexia, and she also had an abortion after a two-months pregnancy. And now she has returned from the University with her boyfriend, who is a young English professor at the University. Ann had some problems in her new relationship, but at these circumstances she would threaten to break off the romance, or she would even hurt herself, because in this way he would come back to her.
Emily Dickinson was very suicidal (meaning she tried to kill her many times, but was afraid of what it would be like). I am glad we got this poem because I have some things I would like to say about this weird acting woman. In my town were I come from their was a girl who acted just like this lady. This girl would not talk to anyone, she would run away all the time, she tried to commit suicide a couple of times, but did not succeed. Her parents it seemed they would be always looking for he all the time.
Edie never told her parents, but she told her older sisters. Edie’s sisters were fine with it until Edie and Thea’s relationship became serious. They became “shockingly homophobic” and went years with out speaking to their sister. Edie’s mother never formally knew the extent of their relationship, but Edie’s mother loved Thea and Edie thought her mother secretly knew. Thea Spyer was “outed” when she was sixteen and her father found a love letter about a woman.
When her life in New York came to an end, Esther came back her hometown to spend the summer vacation with her mother. However, a new incident hard hit Esther- she was rejected by the writing course that she was given high expectation by professors in her university. The conservative atmosphere in the town made Esther feel days wear on like years. Esther denied completely that all achievements she got in past 19 years, and she even felt doubtful and terrified toward the future. Facing such heavy pressure, she was broken down totally.