The Yellow Wallpaper Essay | "The Yellow Wallpaper": a Search for Meaning in Everyday Signs

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"The Yellow Wallpaper": a Search for Meaning in Everyday Signs

Summary: Symbolism and signs found in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper."
A sign is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary as "something that suggests the presence or existence of a fact, condition, or quality." Signs play an important part in individual's lives even if they do not pay it any attention. At times, an individual can become so obsessed with certain things or objects to a point where it becomes a sign for them. Author Charlotte Perkins Gilman incorporated many signs in her short story, "The Yellow Wallpaper" and the main character becomes obsessed with her surroundings. In the story, the narrator of the story has taken a vacation to the country with her physician husband. She is suffering from an illness and forced by her husband to simply rest for the time that they are on vacation. The narrator is confined to a room that is most notable...

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