Who was Charlotte Perkins Gilman?Charlotte Perkins Gilman was an author of several books and a pioneer woman of suffrage reform. 2.
Which of her writings is considered her most famous work?Her writing that is considered her most famous work is Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Relations 3.
What year was "The Yellow Wallpaper" written? “The Yellow Wallpaper' was written in 1892. 4.
What years did Gilman's writing career span?Gilman's writing career spanned from 1891 to 1935 5.
What do most critics suggest "The Yellow Wallpaper" is about?Most critics suggest “The Yellow Wallpaper” is about a condemnation of the androcentric[->0] of the 19th-century medical profession. 6.
What does the title mean? The title means that it is what the whole story is about the yellow wallpaper in the rental summer house where she was locked up in a top room and it seemed the wallpaper was beckoning to her and finally at the the end she only felt safe in the yellow wallpaper. 7.
What type of environment is the narrator in?The environment the narrator is in that of a room prison where she is locked in. 8.
How does the narrator's writing change as the story evolves?The narrator's writing changed as the story evolves by becoming more Gothic Literature. 9.
What is the outcome of the story for the narrator?The outcome of the story for the narrator is that she manages to lock the woman in the room. 10.
How does the story relate to issues of the time period in which it was written? The story relates to issues of the time period in which it was written because at the time women was suppressed and held captive by man like she was.|
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