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The narrator a new mother has been brought to a country house with her husband two ordinary people just taking a vacation The setting that makes the people seem ordinary is the way the narrator describes the home they just rented She seems to be an ordinary housewife When the narrator starts talking about her husband she sounds more on the lines like someone who can not think for herself example John is a physician and perhaps - I would not say it to a living soul of course but this is dead paper and a great relief to my mind - perhaps that is one reason I do not get well faster You see he does not believe I am sick And what can one do If a physician of high standing and ones own husband assures friends and relatives that there is really nothing the matter with one but temporary nervous depression - a slight hysterical tendency - what is one to do 5 She states that the paper she is writing is a dead paper and it will not help her get well The treatment she states she used is phosphates or phosphites - whichever it is and tonics and journeys and air and exercise and am absolutely forbidden to work until she is well again The husbands attitude toward his wife is that he treats her like a child She was in a prison and her husband kept insisting that she stay there She was even kept away from her child At first she listens to him and does whatever he tells her to do but after awhile she gets tired of the it all Her husband was a tyrant who abused her emotionally by keeping her isolated from the freedoms of human enlightenment by essentially taking everything away from her which ultimately made her crazy Its quite disturbing to watch her gradually losing grip on her sanity and getting more
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