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Eli9lizzy:

In the book, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, the novel ends as Esther steps into the board room where a panel of doctors and nurses will examine her for an "exit interview." They will decide if she's ready to rejoin the outside world, or if she must stay in treatment. Should the board let Esther leave? Or should they keep her at the asylum for more treatment?

hsknoah:

what do you think it is?

Baddie156:

wht do u think it is

hsknoah:

which answers can you Eliminate?

Eli9lizzy:

i feel like she should stay for more treatment but I'm not so sure

hsknoah:

is there a passage?

Eli9lizzy:

the book?

hsknoah:

yup

Eli9lizzy:

ill check to see

hsknoah:

ok?

hsknoah:

I need the book to see which answer choice makes sense.

Eli9lizzy:

its called the Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

hsknoah:

she should definitely stay.

hsknoah:

the girl is mental.

Eli9lizzy:

oh same thing here and thanks

hsknoah:

np

hsknoah:

can you close this? it has already been answered

Eli9lizzy:

yurrrr

hsknoah:

thanks.

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