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Esther Greenwood, the protagonist of The Bell Jar by Silvia Plath, is cast under the spell of her own melancholy and the narrative of being released from the charm follows the arrangement of one of the 7 plot types Christopher Booker created. These 7 plot archetypes contain the Quest, Voyage and Return, Comedy, Tragedy, Overcoming the Monster, Rags to Riches, and the archetype of all Rebirth. The novel The Bell Jar is classified as the Rebirth plot, in accordance with the five phases that make up said archetype: The Falling Stage, Recession Stage, Imprisonment Stage, Nightmare Stage, and The Rebirth Stage. Clients follow Esther as she pulls herself throughout the stages, through the falling, the climbing, and the falling once again, till she reaches the aim of being freed from the spell out of her melancholy and has been reborn. The first stage of this Rebirth archetype is the вЂњFalling StageвЂќ. According to TvTropes.com, this stage is the beginning of the narrative once the protagonist first falls under the evil spell. In The Bell Jar, EstherвЂ™s charm, which is her melancholy, is cast during her time in New York while on a scholarship. She doesnвЂ™t need to spend time with some of the other women around the wedding, go to parties, or perhaps leave the hotel area she stays in. The only person who could achieve her is her friend Doreen who eventually stops visiting Esther due to her boyfriend. Although she chooses to be lonely, Esther does not enjoy the solitude. Esther explains her lonesomeness like being at the center of a tornado. She states, вЂњI felt very still and empty, the way the eye of a tornado has to feel, moving dully together in the midst of their encompassing hullabaloo,вЂќ (Plath 7). Another factor that builds EstherвЂ™so imprisonment is that she refuses to r.. .