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Suppression within a Closed Box

Summary: The short story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, is an early and strong voice for feminism. Gilman does a wonderful job bringing together the medical, physical, mental and moral elements of the story to fit one purpose. The husbands neglect, the sister's condescension and the doctor's implied arrogance all play a large role in conveying the message to the reader.
RoseAnn Shannon

ENG 325

Essay # 1: Suppression of Freedom Within a Closed Box

For about as long as people have been around, there has been the relationship of dominator and the dominated. For example, Europeans and Native Americans, Europeans and Africans, along with the Bourgeoisie and the Proletariat in Great Britain. There is a common thread connecting all of these dominated groups that eventually brought their suffering to an end, they detested their oppressors and took the needed action to dissolve their power. The only dominator - dominated relationship that has an uncommon characteristic is the one between men and women. The stunted growth of the liberty of women has only been allowed to endure because there is something very peculiar about the relationship between men and women. The women's love of their oppressors makes it difficult for them to take the needed action. There are women...

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