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Essay heading: A Look into the Life of Charlotte Perkins Gilman and "The Yellow Wall-paper"
 
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Date added: June 14, 1997
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It must have been easy for Charlotte to write this literary work. Not only did Charlotte have all the time in the world, but she was also a feminist (Hudak). When a person has enough time, and a just cause, wonderful literary works can happen. There is no better way to get emotions, ideas, and worries out into society than writing about what you believe in...
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There is no better way to get emotions, ideas, and worries out into society than writing about what you believe in. This story is almost an autobiographical account of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's life. Charlotte suffered from years of continuous nervous breakdowns and depression. Charlotte had to stay in her home all day every day (Suess)...
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