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The Yellow Wallpaper

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

This short story is set in the mind of a woman trapped in post-partem depression who meets the challenges of desperate women in a society that always renders them disabled.

It is wildly descriptive, creative, and ultimately thought-provoking. While the story is interesting in itself, anyone who enjoys studying writers and the stylistic elements that bring their stories together would enjoy this.

Reviewed on 2006.12.14

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