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Depression could be described as part of a mental state of mind that a individual might encounter. Most famously recognized psychiatrist Sigmund Freud is known for his Psychodynamic theory. His psychoanalysis theory is proven to be successful for treating patients with mental disease. Sylvia Plath, the author of this Bell Jar, which makes the main character Esther go through a psychological transformation. Esther's transformation can be accomplished through Freud's psychoanalysis concept as the narrative unfolds from the beginning to finish. The consequences of events and people around Esther have affected her transformation. The events in New York present us to the beginning of Esther's emotional transformation. The story first inaugurates using all the executions of the Rosenbergs, in which the Rosenbergs were electrocuted to death. They were believed to be encouraging communism. The executions of the Rosenbergs profoundly influenced Esther's mental state due to the way that they were executed. She believed that electrocution was unconstitutional and should have not been applied to them. According to Esther in chapter one, "I knew something was wrong with me that summer, because all I could think of was the Rosenbergs and just how stupid I had been to buy these uncomfortable, expensive garments"(Plath 2). This quote emphasizes how Esther has become unable to restrain her mind mainly due to the events surrounding her. Based on Freud's theory, a individual's mind is made up of both unconscious and conscious ideas. Whenever these ideas interact they produce a country of repression, where the person gets oblivious of conflicting problems they are having. Based on Rashmi Nemade author of "Psychology of Depression- Psychodynamic Theories Esther", repress...