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The Yellow Wallpaper and Other Stories Best Known For TheTitle Story Of This Collection, A Harrowing Tale Of A Woman S Descent Into Madness, Charlotte Perkins Gilman Wrote ThanOther Short Stories Seven Of Her Finest Are Reprinted HereWritten From A Feminist Perspective, Often Focusing On The Inferior Status Accorded To Women By Society, The Tales Include Turned, An Ironic Story With A Startling Twist, In Which A Husband Seduces And Impregnates A Na Ve Servant Cottagette, Concerning The Romance Of A Young Artist And A Man Who S Apparently Too Good To Be True Mr Peebles Heart, A Liberating Tale Of A Fiftyish Shopkeeper Whose Sister In Law, A Doctor, Persuades Him To Take A Solo Trip To Europe, With Revivifying Results The Yellow Wallpaper And Three Other Outstanding StoriesThese Charming Tales Are Not Only Highly Readable And Full Of Humor And Invention, But Also Offer Ample Food For Thought About The Social, Economic, And Personal Relationship Of Men And Women And How They Might Be ImprovedThe Yellow Wallpaper Three Thanksgivings The Cottagette Turned Making A Change If I Were A Man Mr Peebles Heart

10 thoughts on “The Yellow Wallpaper and Other Stories

  1. says:

    Charlotte Perkins Gilman was a remarkable woman and utopian feminist ahead of her time Powerful, thought provoking, and profoundly illuminating, Gilman developed seven short feminist narratives that seek to empower women and minorities oppressed

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    Woo, intense

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    Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Yup, that was me enjoying the spiralling descent into madness Ok all jokes aside, mental health is a serious issue and something which is fragile than we realise do not take it for granted peo

  4. says:

    So, so good, the belittling and infantilizing treatment of this poor woman, and her entrapment in the room with the yellow wallpaper by her physician husband is a case history in how to drive someone completely insane.

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    This wallpaper has a kind of subpattern in a different shade, a particularly irritating one, for you can only see it in certain lights, and not clearly then But in the places where it isn t faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of fi

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    Roland Barthes talked about writerly and readerly books I ve struggled for a long time, myself, in trying to come up for terms to talk about the differences between deliberate works and those which are too bumbling, too one sided, or too ill informed to make the reader think While The

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    I never saw a worse paper in my life One of those sprawling flamboyant patterns committing every artistic sin It is dull enough to confuse the eye in following, pronounced enough to constantly irritate and provoke study, and when you follow the lame uncertain curves for a little distance the

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    Reread in October 2018 As always, amazing writing and stories that make you think Gotta love Gilman, not only for her talent of writing, but her courage to write such feminist pieces during the 18th century._____________________________________________5 STARSI only had to read The Yellow Wallpaper fo

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    The Yellow Wallpaper, first published in 1992, is now a staple of middle and high school English classes and college Gender and Women s Studies programs, linked to Kate Chopin s The Awakening, Ibsen s The Doll House and similar texts reflecting on the damage patriarchy does to society, especially to women Gil

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    Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest I haven t read much classic reads this year, and a few days before the end of 2018, I decided to go for a classic short story, and I chose The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.This classic has been written by a woman in the 19th century A time when women weren t t

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