|PDF Title :||The Yellow Wallpaper|
|Total Page :||22 Pages|
|Author:||Charlotte Perkins Gilman|
|PDF Size :||345 KB|
|Genre :||Classic Novel|
|PDF Link :||Available|
In her memoir, The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman tells the story of a woman who is confined to her room by her husband because of a mental illness. She is not allowed to leave for fear that she will hurt herself or others. The woman spends her time painting and writing, but the monotony of her confinement wears on her. One day, she makes a shocking discovery: the walls in her room are painted yellow.
Born in 1860, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was an American writer and feminist. She is best known for her novel, The Yellow Wallpaper, which explores the experience of a woman who is confined to a padded room in her own home due to a mental illness. Gilman also wrote poetry and essays on feminism and other topics. In 1914, she became the first woman to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
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