The aim of this paper is to comment on one of these trauma narratives, Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wall-Paper" which is a multilayered story that narrates a traumatized middle-class woman's acting out the symptoms of trauma caused by the social imposition of reductive models of femininity on her.
nalyzes the importance of language and text in the book 'The Yellow Wallpaper,' by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Psychoanalysis of book by Jacques Lacan; Description of self-constitution in terms of confrontation; Representation of patriarchy in the book; Details on the characterization of the protagonist of the story.
Focuses on the emotional impact of the book 'The Yellow Wallpaper,' by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Citation of the social condition of women; Interpretation of the novel-reading habit among women; Reflection on the destructive consequences of solitary reading for purpose of escape.
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