3. Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wall-paper" 1. Did John, her husband, actually love her? Please explain your answer with supporting evidence.In my opinion, the love that John had for her was very much apparent and real. His love for her came in the form of a solution that probably wasn't the best for her, but I still believe that he loved her. The reason why I believe that is because of the things that he was willing to do for her even though he had his own life and responsibilities to handle. For example, he moved his entire household to one suitable for her conditions, he went out and did the work while she remained home and literally did nothing. Now even though I do believe that he loved her I also believe that John didn't fully put himself into the shoes of his wife and also thought of a quick solution in order to keep her from going into full depression, but he did in fact truly love her.
Works CitedMavis Guydish, Erin. “‘It Gets Better:’ A Short History of Feminism, Body Policing, and Women’s Suicide.” Critical Insights: Social Justice & American Literature, Dec. 2017, pp. 150–163. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=lkh&AN=130930171&site=lrc-plus.