The narrator in "The Yellow Wallpaper" writes about her experience in dealing with depression. As a result her husband, a physician, decided that it would be a good idea for them to take a trip to the country for the summer where she could get the rest and isolation that she needs. In the beginning the woman becomes increasingly unhappy as she is forced to occupy a room that she despises. She describes the wallpaper in the room as being, "one of those sprawling flamboyant patterns committing every artistic sin." She disliked everything about it including the color and the patterns. However, as the story continues, the woman's attitude changes toward the wallpaper.
Through given belittling comments, often disguised as cute nick-names, John was able to settle any doubts, yet maintain his suppression over her. Such examples are "Bless her little heart! She shall be as sick as she pleases! And talk about it in the morning!" Unfortunately, because she was... [continues]
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