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Essay | Feminism in "The Yellow Wallpaper"

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Feminism in "The Yellow Wallpaper"

Summary: An examination of the feminist view exhibited in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's short story "The Yellow Wallpaper."
The Feminist View of the Yellow Wallpaper

The yellow wallpaper is a story about John and his wife who he keeps locked up due to her "nervous condition" of anxiety. John diagnoses her as sick and has his own remedy to cure her. His remedy s to keep her inside and deterring her from almost all activities. She is not allowed to write, make decisions on her own, or interact with the outside world. John claims that her condition is improving but she knows that it is not. She eats almost nothing all day and when it is suppertime she eats a normal meal. John sees this and proclaims her appetite is improving. Later in the story, the woman creates something of an imaginary friend trapped behind the horrible looking yellow wallpaper in the room, which her and john sleep. She watches this woman and...

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