| Quote #10
What was there about us, in Belsize, so different from the girls playing bridge and studying in the college to which I would return? Those girls, too, sat under bell jars of a sort. (20.18)
Like Quote #8, this quote points out the similarities between the asylum patients and "normal" women. All women live under a bell jar in the sense that social convention requires them to suppress their individual needs and desires to support men.