The Yellow Wallpaper

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      Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” a seminal work of feminist literature published in 1892, immerses readers in the unsettling world of a woman grappling with confinement, mental illness, and societal oppression. Through a gripping first-person narrative, Gilman masterfully unravels the inner turmoil of a character confronted with the confines of a room adorned with yellow wallpaper. The story unfolds with haunting intensity, as her struggles against a dismissive husband, prescribed rest cure, and the enigmatic patterns of the wallpaper blur the lines between reality and hallucination. As the narrative progresses, Gilman delves into the psychological depths of her character, shedding light on the damaging effects of patriarchal authority and the stifling limitations imposed upon women in 19th-century society.


      Gilman employs vivid descriptions and haunting imagery to portray the oppressive nature of the wallpaper as a metaphor for the societal constraints placed upon women. The yellow wallpaper becomes a symbol of her entrapment, mirroring her struggles for autonomy and self-expression within the confines of a patriarchal marriage. Through her writing, Gilman confronts the damaging effects of the medical and societal treatment of women during the 19th century, shedding light on the detrimental impact of denying women agency over their own lives and bodies.

      “The Yellow Wallpaper” continues to captivate readers with its powerful portrayal of the female experience and its critique of societal norms. Gilman’s unflinching exploration of the psyche offers a poignant commentary on the stifling effects of gender roles and the importance of self-expression and autonomy. With its enduring relevance and evocative prose, “The Yellow Wallpaper” remains a timeless classic, challenging readers to confront the complexities of gender, mental health, and societal expectations.

      Numbered eBooks: 1,000

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      The Yellow Wallpaper

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      First Publication Date : 1892

      Author : Charlotte Perkins Gilman

      Genres: Classics, Feminist Fiction, Fiction, Gothic Fiction, Mental Health, Short Story

      Language : English

      Word Count : 7,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Cardano Retail Price : 11 ADA

      Cardano Policy ID : 578a576ee209f0c33cd45b14dea41e15deae9a66cd44a25e354d9266

      Author Info

      Charlotte Perkins Gilman

      Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935), emerged as a prominent figure in American literature, known for her pioneering contributions to feminist thought and fiction. Growing up in a tumultuous household, Gilman experienced firsthand the stifling effects of gender roles and societal expectations, which heavily influenced her later writings. Despite facing personal struggles, including a difficult marriage and battles with depression, Gilman channeled her experiences into her work, becoming a vocal … Read More

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