At one point, she startles Jennie, who had been touching the wallpaper and who mentions that she had found yellow stains on their clothes. Besides, I don't want anybody to get that woman out at night but myself.
It only interests me, but I feel sure John and Jennie are secretly affected by it. He is frequently absent from the home, and she is often too exhausted to write and too nervous to see their child, who is cared for by a nanny.
Terry is not so wise, and out of frustration attempts to rape Alima. The sub-pattern now clearly resembles a woman who is trying to get out from behind the main pattern. In addition to breeding-out parts of nature, the women of Herland will breed-out individuals in their society who are defiant and not virtuous.
Such a peculiar odor, too! Out of one window I can see the garden, those mysterious deepshaded arbors, the riotous old-fashioned flowers, and bushes and gnarly trees. So I walk a little in the garden or down that lovely lane, sit on the porch under the roses, and lie down up here a good deal. But there is something else about that paper-- the smell!
I should hate it myself if I had to live in this room long. It dwells in my mind so!
I am sitting by the window now, up in this atrocious nursery, and there is nothing to hinder my writing as much as I please, save lack of strength.
The all-female society operates heavily surrounding the child-rearing process. This paper looks to me as if it knew what a vicious influence it had! I will take a nap I guess.
How he does call and pound! But he said I wasn't able to go, nor able to stand it after I got there; and I did not make out a very good case for myself, for I was crying before I had finished.
She limits her physical activity and spends more time lying down in her room.
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born on July 3,in Hartford, Connecticut. She published her best-known short story "The Yellow Wall-Paper" in Born: Jul 03, Nov 13, · This is a biographical report on the life of Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the comparisons and contrasts between her real life and the life of The Yellow Wallpapers narrator.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, "Why I Wrote The Yellow Wallpaper" () This article originally appeared in the October issue of The Forerunner.
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