the yellow wallpaper copy

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Dr. Leiby English 1B 7 March 2007 Analyzing Arguments “The Yellow Wallpaper” Analyzing Arguments The narrator has conflict with her husband John, a physician, that has disbelief in the narrator’s “so-called” illness. John does not believe that his wife is sick, and therefore keep her inside without activity, including writing, which she used as an escape, or release of her mind. The character slowly goes through internal conflict, an illness known as “nervous depression”, which eventually leads to insanity. The narrator, also the main attention of the story, by the end of the story grows to be the main attraction, and interest. From the beginning, this woman was belittled, and ignored. As the underdog character, her level of interest and level of insanity had a direct relationship, which elevated. As she was kept in her room, without relief of writing, she began to look for other mental escapes; the story goes into intricate detail of her mindset. The story is told by the insane narrator.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ENGLISH ? taught by Professor Dowden,hindman,welsh,leiby during the Fall '07 term at El Camino.

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