The Yellow Wallpaper. Relationship between narrator and house.
Escaping the Yellow Wallpaper
<Tab/>In "The Yellow Wallpaper", the narrator's condition is much like that of the house. The narrator, as well as the house she is being kept in, is being isolated. As she is left in that room, her condition deteriorates. Being left in that room, her condition deteriorates. She came to the house along with her husband, John. He is an extremely opinionated physician, what makes sense to him is the only option. The narrator believes she is ill, but her husband, however, believes otherwise. She is battling ongoing issues within herself. As…
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