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Essay | "The Yellow Wallpaper: Response to Love/Insanity"

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of "The Yellow Wallpaper.
This section contains 541 words
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"The Yellow Wallpaper: Response to Love/Insanity"

Summary: John really loves his wife and does everything he can to make her life comfortable and carefree. She is initially intrigued by their new home then soon comes to despise the yellow wallpaper in her room, although she still adores the rest of the estate. Her sister-in-law comes to help out as well, and her husband truly is doing his best to help and protect his wife, but she becomes increasingly paranoid about the people in her life.
John is not trying to drive his wife crazy. John is simply trying to keep his wife out of harm's way. He brings her to a totally new surrounding, he is trying to keep her from overstressing herself by setting restrictions and showing that he still cares. He even has some of his family help his wife along. So one does not need to see how John could possibly be coaxing his wife into acting insanely, but only trying to relieve the affliction that is upon her.

In the beginning of the story, John's wife tells us about a house her husband has just purchased. And that they shall be residing in it. Through a short period of time she shows an immediate intrigue for the house and then a great distaste for it. The reason given is that there is a room...

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This section contains 541 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on "The Yellow Wallpaper:  Response to Love/Insanity"
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