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By Veronika Sage
dont be worried, i dont have rips in my wallpaper...but do you?
Close-reading analysis of Charlotte Perkins-Gilman's short story, "The Yellow Wallpaper," done in my first year of university.
By Cosmic Crow
Gilman demonstrates through the restrictive era, the main character personnel environment, and repressive family members that without challenging oneâ€™s barriers well-being becomes illusive.
When faced with a decision the best
outcome is the one we wanted -
The next best thing is that it didn't
work out - the worst thing is that we
took no action at all. Wall flower took
a chance and got dissapointed - his hearts
desire was with someone else - However the
Shrinking Violet was...
Lillith, an average girl, enters her final seminars in a class of 30. The numbers soon dwindle to 10 after the vanishing of the professor trips a projector driven female to lead the class into a dizzying dance to David Bowie's