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Summary, Evaluation, And Review Of Nick Bilton’s American Kingpin EBook By Start Publishing Notes Summary: Through the character of Esther in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar, this essay investigates the struggle of center-class white women coming of age in Fifties America to realize personalised identities. Rejected from a summer writing program, Esther’s sense of self-value […]

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