The Yellow Wallpaper Book Report
...oppression of the feminine gender during the period. These issues are still controversial, as the medical community has only recently begun to explore the depths of post partum depression. However, the stereotype of women as highly emotional, and bordering on hysterical, has continued to endure. As women are given greater equality, respect, and dignity in society, the yellow paper falls to the floor, the world is less hideous, and the women behind are freed to enter society as equal partners.
Gilman, Charlotte P. The Yellow Wallpaper. Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1901. Google Book. 17 May 2009.... The Yellow Wallpaper When Charlotte Perkins Gilman wrote the short...