The Yellow Wallpaper Essay | The Yellow Wallpaper

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Yellow Wallpaper.
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The Yellow Wallpaper

Summary: Essay provides a description of "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
The Yellow Wallpaper is a very unique and original story. The author name is Charlotte Perkins Gilman, who is also the main character. The story is so interesting because of Charlotte's symbolic approach towards post-delivery depression. Post-delivery depression is a stage most women go through after delivering a baby. It usually occurs in women because the hormones are consistently changing after pregnancy. Symptoms of post-delivery depression may include lack of energy, persistent feelings of hopelessness, guilt or worthlessness, and frequent crying. In the story, Charlotte is a victim of post-delivery depression. She just delivered a baby boy, and is living in a hereditary estate for the summer. Charlotte is married to John, who is a physician. The nanny is living with them to care for the child during Charlotte's condition. Throughout the entire story, Charlotte spends her time in the nursery. She's alone most of the time...

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