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  • Women In The Wallpaper And Jane's Madness
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    American Gothic literature of the late nineteenth century can generally be characterized by its interest in Psychology. Rather than incorporate the supernatural or science fiction, which is the foci in other Gothic works at the time, authors such as Edgar Allen Poe and Charlotte Perkins Gilman use this mental condition of their protagonist in order to achieve the expected Gothic reaction. Specifically, in Gilman's "the Yellow Wallpaper", the protagonist, a white, middle class housewife diagnosed...
  • Fence And The Wallpaper
    801 words
    Talents and dreams, hopes and desires, shunned by the husbands and times of the women in 'i The Crysanthemums^i and 'i The Yellow Wallpaper. ^i The wife, Elisa, in 'i The Crysanthemums^i, reflects an internal struggle with herself to find her place in a world of definite gender roles. 'i The Yellow Wallpaper^i traces the treatment of a woman who descends from depression to madness in the male-imposed psychiatric confinement of her room. The mirror-like situations that hinder the protagonists in ...
  • Yellow Wallpaper
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    People encounter restrictions and restraints daily: doors, walls, gates. The most frequently used and arduous are those that are intangible, be it in a job or social life, whether physical or emotional, literal or figurative. Both the tangible and intangible are seen in Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" and John Steinbeck's "The Crysanthemums". Though written by members of the opposite sex, both authors are able to capture the feelings of physical and emotional imprisonment that ...
  • Yellow Wallpaper By Charolotte Gilman
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    Settler Hour 5 2/15/00 Modern Lit. Essay #1 In the early twentieth century a writers work usually represented ones surroundings. In the stories "Araby" by James Joyce and "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charolotte Gilman there are examples of their immediate surroundings taking affect in there writings. In most cases a person becomes what there surroundings are because that was the way they were raised. A person's family, friends, neighborhood and every day things will shape and mold ones morals and c...
  • Pattern On The Wallpaper
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    An Ironic Triumph In "The Yellow Wallpaper", a story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the conflict centers on the protagonist's inability to maintain her sanity in a society that does not recognize her as an individual. Her husband and brother both express their own will over hers, forcing her to conform to "an appropriate code of behavior for a sick woman". She has been given a "schedule prescription for each hour in the day; [John] takes all care from me" (1213). This code of behavior involves vir...
  • Aeuroethe Yellow Wallpaper Aeur
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    Although every culture has its own distinct folklore and mythology, there are certain image patterns that seem to be universal. These image patterns, or archetypes, are closely related to both oral and written storytelling, and strike ^aEURoe, some very deep chord, in human nature^aEUR (Guerin 158), eliciting a common response, whether conscious or subconscious, from the reader or listener. Archetypes appear time and time again in literature; their presence can determine whether or not a piece o...

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