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Analysis Of: the Yellow Wallpaper

Summary: Charlotte Gilman beautifully portrays a very complex character in "The Yellow Wallpaper." She suffers from post-partum depression and is taken to "colonial mansion" by her husband, John, to recover, but instead she heads down the road of insanity.
Narrator: The Yellow Wallpaper

Charlotte Gilman beautifully portrays a very complex character in "The Yellow Wallpaper." She suffers from post-partum depression and is taken to "colonial mansion" (450) by her husband, John, to recover, but instead she heads down the road of insanity. In the beginning the narrator is a very emotionally imaginative woman who choices to express herself through her secret journal. She is under the care of her husband, who is a doctor, and part of her cure is to turn her imagination off. She is told to lie in bed and that sleep is very good for her. From the very beginning she is driven to please John, but during her treatment she rebels. Through her growing imagination she takes the neutral objects in her room, and she produces frustration that leads to fascination. The narrator is first viewed as a happy woman...

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