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The Yellow Wall-Paper

The Yellow Wall-Paper By Charlotte Perkins Gilman Elaine Hedges The Yellow Wall Paper It is stripped off the paper in great patches The colour is repellent In the places where it isn t faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange provoking formless sort of figure that seem

  • Title: The Yellow Wall-Paper
  • Author: Charlotte Perkins Gilman Elaine Hedges
  • ISBN: 9781558611580
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Yellow Wall-Paper By Charlotte Perkins Gilman Elaine Hedges It is stripped off the paper in great patches The colour is repellent In the places where it isn t faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure, that seems to skulk about Based on the author s own experiences, The Yellow Wallpaper is the chilling tale of a woman driven to the brink of insanity by the It is stripped off the paper in great patches The colour is repellent In the places where it isn t faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure, that seems to skulk about Based on the author s own experiences, The Yellow Wallpaper is the chilling tale of a woman driven to the brink of insanity by the rest cure prescribed after the birth of her child Isolated in a crumbling colonial mansion, in a room with bars on the windows, the tortuous pattern of the yellow wallpaper winds its way into the recesses of her mind.Charlotte Perkins Gilman was America s leading feminist intellectual of the early twentieth century In addition to her masterpiece The Yellow Wallpaper , this new edition includes a selection of her best short fiction and extracts from her autobiography.
    The Yellow Wall-Paper By Charlotte Perkins Gilman Elaine Hedges

    The Yellow Wall Paper U.S National Library of Medicine THE YELLOW WALL PAPER nence of it and the everlastingness Up and down and sideways they crawl, and those absurd, unblinking eyes are every where There is one place where two breaths didn t match, and the eyes go all up and down the line, one a little higher. The Yellow Wallpaper Westfalenstadion The Yellow Wall Subscribe to The Yellow Wall Become a Patron for Month We want to cover Borussia Dortmund throughout this hopefully title winning season Writing News, Columns and translating interviews costs time and resources Support us on Patreon and access Understanding The Yellow Wallpaper Summary and Analysis The Yellow Wallpaper is often cited as an early feminist work that predates a woman s right to vote in the United States The author was involved in first wave feminism, and her other works questioned the origins of the subjugation of women, particularly in marriage. Bundesliga Borussia Dortmund s Yellow Wall a crown The Yellow Wall a spellbinding sight in the south stand of Borussia Dortmund s Signal Iduna Park that may not be quite visible from space, but whose dimensions and noise reach up to the stars At

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    1. Jeffrey Keeten on said:

      If a physician of high standing, and one s own husband, assures friends and relatives that there is really nothing the matter with one but temporary nervous depression a slight hysterical tendency what is one to do Well, one must quit being a silly goose and get better The baby is fine thank goodness, the baby is fine It is safe, safe in another room Away from the horrid yellow wallpaper This wallpaper is an artistic monstrosity, an assault on the senses It is so yellow it reeks ofllow It is the [...]

    2. Khanh (the meanie) on said:

      If a physician of high standing, and one s own husband, assures friends and relatives that there is really nothing the matter with one but temporary nervous depression a slight hysterical tendency what is one to do This may not be a ghost story, but it is a tale of horror just the same The most frightening books do not make me cower underneath my covers in the dark They give the feeling of despair, they make the reader empathize with the darkness and emotional turmoil of the narrator They make o [...]

    3. Brina on said:

      The Yellow Wall Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman written in 1892 is considered a story that is a leading feminist view about a woman s place in a traditional marriage during that time period Gilman herself was an intellectual voice and staunch supporter of women s rights in marriage Most leading magazines refused to publish this story and it was lost for many years Once recovered, it has become an often talked about story in many literary anthologies The protagonist of this story is taken to th [...]

    4. Cecily on said:

      My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death One or the other of us has to go Oscar Wilde s alleged final words International Women s Day is perfect for reviewing this chilling short story, written by a utopian feminist in 1890 Yes, I opened with Wilde, but I couldn t resist, and he was also a victim of sexually related prejudice The Story John s wife Jennie s sister in law A baby s mother She is anonymous She writes furtively She is physically and mentally weak from temporary nervous dep [...]

    5. Jaline on said:

      This is not a happy story not even in the slightest Our protagonist and her husband and sister in law are spending 3 months in a rented home during renovations of their own home The woman recently had a baby and has not been able to recover her energy nor the will to accomplish anything She is a writer but her husband, a physician, tells her not to write because it will only add to her fanciful state of being.On the one hand, he is very controlling and his wife sees that as a display of love On [...]

    6. Bookdragon Sean on said:

      Here follows the diary of a moronic Victorian husband Three days before treatment I ve got a great idea My wife is suffering from low mood So I, being an extremely practical Victorian man, have decided that the best solution for the problem is to restrain her in the house This isclearlya brilliant idea Our marriage simply doesn t restrain her faculties enough.It makes sense you see I got the idea from the prestigious Dr Silas Mitchell He describing what he calls his rest cure for hysterical wome [...]

    7. Lisa on said:

      He says that with my imaginative power and habit of story making, a nervous weakness like mine is sure to lead to all manner of excited fancies, and that I ought to use my will and good sense to check the tendency So I try Read in conjunction with Ibsen s A Doll s House, this short story takes a darker turn than the play, refusing to offer a way out of a dilemma in 19th century traditional society.The story of a young married woman with an infant, who is patronised and controlled by her husband [...]

    8. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ on said:

      The first time I read this 1892 short story, years ago, in a collection of horror stories, I thought awful and very creepy things were really happening to the main character i.e weird fungus growing wallpaper and a weirder lady actually hiding in the wallpaper pattern of a young wife s room in their vacation home I was a little young and often oblivious to subtext.On second read, it s clear that the horror is of a different sort the main character, a young wife suffering from anxiety or depressi [...]

    9. Jessica on said:

      This has got to be one of the most impressive short stories ever written, up there with the very best Written in the late 1800 s, it is surprisingly modern in its form content When I was an undergraduate, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was an undiscovered writer, but thankfully she s been very much discovered now I ve read her nonfiction Women and Economics very forward thinking re communal kitchens and daycare and her utopian novel, Herland She also has some other terrific short stories, If I Were a [...]

    10. Jean on said:

      The Yellow Wallpaper is a short novella from 1892, which has become a classic of the genre It is a claustrophobic depiction of what would then be described as a woman s descent into madness, but now sounds like severe post natal depression The story consists of passages from a secret journal, kept by the woman, Jane, who is losing her grip on reality The narrator is confined to the upstairs bedroom of a house by her doctor husband, John, who diagnoses a temporary nervous depression a slight hys [...]

    11. J.L. Sutton on said:

      The Yellow Wallpaper is a short but powerful masterpiece in which Charlotte Perkins Gilman offers insight into oppression and madness It remains despite being written in 1892 as relevant as it is haunting Many people know the story of how Gilman s narrator is forbidden to write by her husband doctor and fights for autonomy in the patterns of wallpaper Liberation from his and society s oppression of women is only available in this internal struggle which ultimately leads to a mental breakdown and [...]

    12. Elyse on said:

      I debated about saying anythingbut here goes Many of my favorite people love this book I thought this 99 cent book was oddeven borders on being a horror storys creepy weird Plus, right from the start I felt like I was reading a laundry list I was being talked at I found it irritating This is actually one of those books I wish I didn t read I didn t like how I felt and I don t think the book was that worthy that I needed to feel so yucky after Read other reviews or just spend the 99 cents to disc [...]

    13. Greta on said:

      Clever, eerie little story, which I highly recommend to anyone who thinks that depending on a caring spouse is all you need to be happy Sometimes it s not, and it even can be harmful especially if your wallpaper happens to be yellow.

    14. Lynn on said:

      I typed the title into the search just to see if it would come up I had no idea that this was a classic work I never could recall the author s name, but from the reviews, I can see that I am not alone in how it still sits with me decades later I was only 13 or 14 years old when I sat in on my aunt s college literature class I sat in the back, and the teacher gave me a black and white copy of the text so I could read along with the class I remember the debate raged on in the class, but we read ve [...]

    15. Bradley on said:

      I was reminded of this little piece by a fellow reviewer and while I read it way back in college, several things still stick in my mind.First, the prevalent psychology of Freud during the time period This novel portrays the kind of circular thinking that could happen to anyone in that particular time and station Any person of a protected, apparently weak, and especially underclass station could find the confines so stifling that it might break their mind Of course, this isn t to say that every w [...]

    16. María on said:

      Excepcional cuento feminista donde la ALUCINANTE Charlotte muestra el papel opresivo y sumiso que viv an las mujeres burguesas Cu nto me alegra que haya salido Arrastr ndose s , pero salido al fin y al cabo Qu bien sienta la libertad Adem s, es una dura cr tica al tratamiento psiqui trico al que ella misma fue sometida y que casi la lleva a la locura Chap.

    17. Kaylin on said:

      4 Stars It does not do to trust people too much Wow I was stuck in traffic, so I started this audio book and an hour later when I finally pulled in my driveway, this was me Not sure what I expected, but this ended up a fascinating look at mental illness and women s hysteria Taking place at the end of the 19th century, the story is written as woman s secret journal She s married to a physician who has his own treatment plans regarding her depression, or as he refers to it her nervous disposition [...]

    18. Vanessa on said:

      After seeing two recent reviews from two reviewers I respect and getting different perspectives with complete opposing views made me want to pick up this short novella, at 64 pages long it was not much of a stretch to fit it into my day I m so glad I picked it up, it really is a peculiar story It captures a real horror of a woman trapped by her nervous disposition as she describes her condition, you really get a real sense of dread at her fixation with the yellow wallpaper in the room where she [...]

    19. ☘Misericordia☘⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ❂❤❣ on said:

      A story on how some well meant intentions can have the worst possible consequences What I didn t like here was the too sinuous structure of the plot we see a lot of raving, some fantasies and a bit of reflection of real life Still, we have no background on anything and this book could have a lot of different twists hidden from us Due to this it read a bit weird some gal going crazy about wallpapers supposedly doing sneaky stuff, some guy forbidding his supposedly healthy wife any sort of social [...]

    20. mark monday on said:

      There are so many insightful reviews already out there that analyze this absorbing 1892 short story I fear I have nothing new to add Gilman s perfectly sustained masterpiece is a treasure trove and there are many things to contemplate its proto feminism and sharp, sharp commentary on how good men such as husbands and brothers and their female allies strive to keep women passive its ingenious first person narrative featuring an increasingly unhinged and very unreliable narrator its delicate balan [...]

    21. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) on said:

      This is my second read of this story, and I gave it four stars this time It s a very well written story Ms Gil crafted this tale in such a way that you feel as twisted as the narrator does It s clear that mental illness plays a major role in the mindset of the narrator But, there is a little shred of doubt at least in my mind that there might be some otherworldly component It s hard to tell, because we are seeing things through her perceptions, which are clearly not rational.I think there is a p [...]

    22. Rae Meadows on said:

      I m not sure I have much to add about this story from 1892, but I had never read it and was glad to finally do so It is an incredibly sad story of a woman s descent into mental illness hastened by a rest cure imposed by her physician husband There are different layers, one being an early feminist critique of women s subjectivity in a marriage, through the story of a woman whose agency has been taken away by her husband There are a couple of eerie mentions of a baby in another room taken care of [...]

    23. Bonnie on said:

      This paper looks to me as if it KNEW what a vicious influence it had There is a recurrent spot where the pattern lolls like a broken neck and two bulbous eyes stare at you upside down I get positively angry with the impertinence of it and the everlastingness Up and down and sideways they crawl, and those absurd, unblinking eyes are everywhere There is one place where two breadths didn t match, and the eyes go all up and down the line, one a little higher than the other Man, that yellow wallpaper [...]

    24. ♛Tash on said:

      Published in the early 1900s, The Yellow Wallpaper is one of the first recognized feminist pieces It is the story of a woman who is considered to be of delicate disposition and health so she is isolated from everything In her isolation, she fixates on the crawling headless human shapes she sees in the tattered yellow wallpaper of her bedroom shudders It s easy to see why this is considered to be a feminist piece It details a very infuriating treatment of a woman who has suffered some sort of bre [...]

    25. Adam on said:

      This book stands out in my mind mainly because of an argument I had with our English teacher that lasted the length of an entire English class, over whether or not the room was actually originally a childrens playroom, or some kind of sinister crazy wife locking up room.My argument She s an unreliable narrator And why would a children s playroom have weird metal rings on the walls and bars on the windows Her argument Yes, but she says it s a childrens playroom My counter argument BUT YOU SAID SH [...]

    26. Sara on said:

      Wow, this is a powerful short story that makes quite a statement about insanity, the need of a woman to have choices and independence, and the unintentional cruelties of those who fail to listen or acknowledge another s suffering I was stunned by how much Gilman managed to say in so few pages.

    27. Iris on said:

      Just like peeling back layers of wall paper, this concise, succinct and haunting classic has intricate patterns of meaning, which will continue to enthral and capture the imagination and reflection of my mind This book is also universally relevant today as a poignant exposure of mental health, its surrounding stigmatisation and of inequality.

    28. ❀Julie on said:

      This powerful little book completely changed my perspective of short stories It was a super quick but fascinating read, and I was amazed at how the author managed to create such a deep, dark escape in so few pages The narrator is suffering from a nervous depression or what would likely be known today as postpartum depression but her patronizing physician husband dismisses her concerns, leading to her confinement in a room with the yellow wallpaper where her imagination runs wild I loved it for i [...]

    29. Stacey on said:

      The Yellow Wallpaper gives us a peek at attitudes toward women in the 19th century That s a horror story right there In this writing we have a glimpse at the slow descent of a woman suffering from mental illness and the misunderstanding of postpartum depression The husband, John, is a doctor and what his wife needs is to be confined in a room in the country to get some air The room is covered in peeling, patterned yellow wallpaper and it is here she starts to get delusional and sees women creepi [...]

    30. Adita ✨The Slumbering Insomniac✨ on said:

      10 10 You would think you are doing womankind a favor by imprisoning her within the confines of the four walls You call that protecting her from the evil eyes of the society You would think brute strength is all that is needed to conquer your enemy and a woman lacks that very thing, and therefore is incapable of extricating herself from untoward situations You would believe that all the problems in the world require none of that delicate handling that a soft fabric stuck in the thorns would need [...]

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